Wars: Force and Destiny: Nexus of Power
place gives me the creeps. Still… there’s something familiar about this place.
I don’t know…”
certain places throughout the galaxy, known as vergences, the Force is
extraordinarily strong. The most renowned Jedi temples rest atop these sites.
Many have been quarantined by the Empire in their quest to suppress all
knowledge about the Force. Some planets are also unusually strong with the
Force, such as Ilum, Dagobah, and legendary Ossus. Such planets were once
centers of Jedi learning and mysticism. Now, they may conceal Force sensitive
exiles, ruined temples, or caches of precious and powerful artifacts.
Nexus of Power, a supplement for the Star Wars:
Force and Destiny roleplaying game, opens up for your exploration numerous
vergences, Jedi temples, and worlds strong with the Force. Within its 144
pages, players and Game Masters will find in-depth descriptions of iconic
locations such as the Jedi temple on Coruscant, the Outer Rim planet of Lothal,
and the mysterious, dreamlike world of Mortis. Nexus of Power also introduces
four new playable species, along with vehicles and gear specially suited to
Force users, and features eight modular encounters which can be played as
single-session adventures or used as launching points for full campaigns.
Wars LCG: The Forest Moon
the weapon systems on this Death Star are not yet operational, the Death Star
does have a strong defense mechanism. It is protected by an energy shield which
is generated from the nearby forest moon of Endor.”
–Admiral Ackbar, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Forest Moon forms the next piece of the Endor cycle, and provides more cards to
fit into the climax of Return of the Jedi. Here, you’ll find ten new objective
sets (two copies each of five distinct sets) that offer new versions of iconic characters
and vehicles like Home One, Lobot, and the Super Star Destroyer, Executor. Take
advantage of new fate cards to revolutionize your edge battles, and prepare for
thrilling adventure on the Sanctuary Moon and in the skies above it.
battle for the Sanctuary Moon has begun to rage – on the forest floor and in
the space surrounding the Empire’s new Death Star. Whether you command the
Rebel or Imperial fleets, work with the Ewoks to destroy stormtroopers, or plot
the demise of the Rebel Alliance with the Emperor, you can enter the climax of
Return of the Jedi with The Forest Moon.
is not a stand-alone deck. A Star Wars: The Card Game Core Set is required to
Game of Thrones LCG 2nd Edition: The King’s Peace
must have the gold cloaks. The City Watch is two thousand strong, sworn to
defend the castle, the city, and the king’s peace.”
–George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones
Stark has arrived at King’s Landing to serve as the Hand of the King, but
even as knights journey across Westeros to participate in the Tourney of the
Hand, insidious characters gather in the shadows. Join battles and intrigues
surrounding the tourney with memorable characters like Ser Rodrik Cassel, Ser
Alliser Thorne, and Ser Gregor Clegane. Two new plots; one neutral and one
loyal to House Baratheon, offer new deck building opportunities and this
Chapter Pack includes a brand-new agenda that’s sure to inspire entirely new
types of decks.
Tourney for the Hand begins in King’s Landing, but even among this show of
martial expertise, intrigue abounds. Join the combatants and summon your most
loyal knights; in this expansion, each player chooses whether he will keep or
break The King’s Peace.
is not a stand-alone deck. A copy of the A Game of Thrones: The Card Game
Core Set is required to play.
Netrunner LCG: Democracy and Dogma
on a need-to-know basis. I need to know everything.”
and Dogma is the third Data Pack in the Mumbad Cycle for Android: Netrunner,
and its sixty new cards (including a complete playset of nineteen different
cards) are full of snooping, blackmail, coercion, and seedy political
dealings as all the game’s major players look for ways to take advantage of
the chaos surrounding the Indian Union's heated national elections. At the
heart of it all is the information broker and new Criminal Runner, Nero
Severn, who arrives with his new console, consumer-grade hardware, and
network of informants.
Jinteki struggles to reshape the dialogue surrounding the issue of clone
rights, and Haas-Bioroid launches a clone suffrage movement and voting
machine initiative to capitalize on their rival’s moment of weakness. Nero
Severn finds himself in a unique position to exercise his skills for
gathering and monetizing everyone’s dirty secrets, and there’s no shortage of
targets. In the heart of Mumbad’s political sector, clone rights advocate
Akshara Sareen, local councilmen, Jinteki’s PR division, and other players
are all hard at work, vying for the population's hearts, minds, and votes.
is not a stand-alone deck. A copy of the Android: Netrunner Core Set is
required to play.
of the Rings LCG: Flight of the Stormcaller
with the crew of the Dream-chaser, several of Middle-earth’s greatest heroes
must once more sail the wild seas south of the Grey Havens. Their journey
will take them through jagged reefs and raging squalls. They will confront
corsairs and risk falling overboard, and all in a desperate effort to reclaim
a stolen relic…
greatest heroes set sail to regain a stolen relic in Flight of the
Stormcaller, the first Adventure Pack in the Dream-chaser cycle for The Lord
of the Rings: The Card Game!
all-new scenario pits your heroes against a crew of Corsairs in a desperate
high-seas chase and heated naval battles, and its new Leadership hero and
player cards introduce new deck-building strategies. Several cards allow your
group to pay extra for bonus effects, and the Noldor trait gains further
support with powerful abilities that you trigger by discarding cards from
is not a stand-alone deck. A copy of The Lord of the Rings Core Set is
required to play.
40,000: Conquest LCG: Deadly Salvage
swarm of mechanised locusts sweeping over the land, stripping it bare of
resources, bringing death and destruction to anything that stands in its
path. Emperor preserve us against the predations of these so-called Orkish
Cults of Speed.”
–Cardinal Nomura at the Conclave of Hessen
out of the wastelands with a warband of scavenger Orks in Deadly Salvage, the
third War Pack in the Planetfall cycle for Warhammer 40,000: Conquest!
new cards continue to add meaning to the planet type symbols that support
your faction’s goals. Additionally, Deadly Salvage introduces new army units,
supports, attachments, and events for every faction, including the Tyranids.
Meanwhile, a new Ork warlord allows you to change the fundamentals of
deck-building and uncover completely new decks. Explore new boundaries and
claim the Traxis sector as Deadly Salvage!
is not a stand-alone deck. A copy of the Warhammer 40,000: Conquest Core Set
is required to play.