The Spoils: Seed II—Gloamspike's Revenge Booster
Gloamspike, the Emperor's sinister adviser, stirs unrest amongst the inhabitants of Marduun. Gideon begins his final descent into madness, the Mau are cast out of the city and forced to wander the desert, and Rogue clans continue their hedonistic exploits, while the Gearsmith dabble in the experimental field of runic circuitry.
Exploring the climax of the Seed era and the emergence of the trades seen in The Spoils First Edition, Seed II - Gloamspike's Revenge adds 120 new cards to The Spoils universe with new characters, items, gear, locations, and tactics. 13 cards per pack / 12 packs per display.
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