Arkham Horror LCG: The Essex County Express Mythos Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
In Essex County Express, the second Mythos Pack in The Dunwich Legacy Cycle for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, you`ll find new player cards along with a thrilling new scenario in which your investigations lead you outside the town of Arkham. While the train you take may offer the fastest transit to your next lead, it may not offer the safest! When the train rumbles, shakes, and lurches to a halt, you and your fellow investigators must race from your car to the engine through a randomized set of locations!
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