A Game of Thrones LCG 2nd Edition—War of Five Kings Cycle #3: For Family Honor Chapter Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
The War of Five Kings has already begun to shape the future of Westeros. Now, you can continue to follow the storyline of A Clash of Kings with For Family Honor, the third Chapter Pack in the War of Five Kings Cycle for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. Throughout this Chapter Pack, you`ll find new Kings and Crowns that invite you to stake your own claim to the Iron Throne, even as loyal cards rise in usefulness and importance. Finally, For Family Honor brings iconic characters to the game, including Ser Edmure Tully, a House Tyrell version of Renly Baratheon, and Hot Pie.
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