Munchkin Pathfinder—Playmat: Presents Unaccounted For
Steve Jackson Games
What do Munchkin games and Christmas have in common? Both are chances to amass a bunch of new loot! That's where this playmat comes in: It helps you keep your Munchkin loot organized when you play. There are spots for held items, headgear, footgear, Class, Race, and anything else. And with great art from comic artist Shane White, the playmat itself is a valuable piece of treasure, too!
As a bonus, there's a special rule for anyone playing with this mat: Once per game, except during combat, discard a Goblin from your hand to take as many Treasures as it is worth.
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