Wander Through Reality In Upcoming Arkham Horror Scenario

October 25, 2021 by fcostin

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I don't think I have had enough time to say Spooky Season this month, so it is a good job that Fantasy Flight has got us covered with Arkham Horror into the new year. There is a brand new standalone Scenario Pack for Arkham Horror LCG, and players are headed on the hunt for scientists missing in time. Making its way onto our tabletops on January 21st 2022.

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Machinations Through Time Scenario Pack // Arkham Horror LCG

Machinations through Time puts players on a trip through reality. Hunting down a lost band of prolific scientists in the past, present and future, players must locate the stolen geniuses before the time-space continuum becomes all kinds of no. However, this isn't just jumping in your spaceship and gathering for tea at the end of a hard day. The minions of Tindalos are at work, hoping to make this scenario as difficult as possible when returning these scientists back to their rightful place.

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Card Preview // Machinations Through Time Scenario Pack

Whether you are looking to expand your current campaign of up to four players into the midst of past, present and future or are looking for a singular standalone experience and can take roughly 45 minutes to playthrough. However, if players are looking to expand the scenario into full-fledged investigations of 12 hungry detectives wanting a piece of the pie, three copies of the scenario will ensure an invasive multiplayer mode.

If you are just looking to enter the world of Arkham Horror, the revised edition of the Core Set has just been released. Providing players with game-changing organisation inside the box and some improvements to the all-around quality of life. Now is the perfect time to get stuck into a card game that truly is alive!

Have you played the revised core box of Arkham Horror? 

"if players are looking to expand the scenario into full-fledged investigations of 12 hungry detectives wanting a piece of the pie, three copies of the scenario will ensure an invasive multiplayer mode."

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