Call of Cthulhu—The Card Game: Seekers of Knowledge Expansion
Fantasy Flight Games
Seekers of Knowledge is the third deluxe expansion for Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game. Its 165 cards (three copies each of fifty-five individual cards) lend new strength to Miskatonic University, and its bookworms go further afield than ever to uncover lost civilizations and decipher ominous prophecies. Meanwhile, the other factions are represented by five Ancient Ones, powerful characters, and new events. Seekers of Knowledge is a rich expansion for all Call of Cthulhu players and a perfect stepping stone for fans of Miskatonic University.
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