A Game of Thrones LCG—2nd Edition: Watchers on the Wall Expansion
Fantasy Flight Games
Travel north and join the Night's Watch with Watchers on the Wall, a deluxe expansion for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game. Within this expansion, you'll dicsover new ways to defend the Wall and conscript your opponent's characters, along with new versions of iconic characters like Jon Snow, Old Bear Mormont, Maester Aemon, and Samwell Tarly. You'll also find two new non-loyal cards for every other faction, an assortment of neutral cards portraying the Wildlings, and seven new plots that offer new pathways to victory for every deck.
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