Runebound (Third Edition): Fall of the Dark Star Scenario Pack Expansion
Fantasy Flight Games
The Fall of the Dark Star Scenario Pack introduces an entirely new scenario to your games of Runebound, offering a substantially different experience with thirty new adventure cards: ten for each of the three archetypes. You may battle a Starborn Specter or travel to the Howling Valley in search of a fallen dark shard, but no matter where you go a new deck of story cards continues to raise the stakes as you search for the dark shards that fall from the heavens. Finally, you`ll find an entirely new hero, Zyla, a being from the Aenlong realm whose otherworldly powers have led her to become a hero of Terrinoth.
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