Munchkin Pathfinder: Gobsmacked! Expansion Single
Steve Jackson Games
After we finished Munchkin Pathfinder, we found another hob of goblins hiding under the desk . . . so we made a booster out of ’em. Fight off the Goblin Babies, Cog Goblin, and Goblin Hood with the Gobliterator! Just don’t get Gobsmacked . . .
15 cards for Munchkin Pathfinder, developed by Andrew Hackard and illustrated by John Kovalic.
This is an expansion for Munchkin Pathfinder. It is not a stand-alone game. This is NOT a collectible or randomized set. Every Munchkin Pathfinder: Gobsmacked! pack is the same as every other.
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