Friday, November 9, 2018

What's New at Labyrinth: 11/09/18

What's New at Labyrinth: 11/09/18
Hey guys! Thanksgaming is upon us, so if you're dropping by to donate cans and try some pie, check out our new arrivals!

Betrayal: Legacy
Betrayal: Legacy takes the classic favorite Betrayal at the House on the Hill to new heights. Each player represents a family, returning to the house, again and again, each time jumping forward a few decades in time. Over the course of the game you will change the house, and the house will change you. Even after you complete the fourteen session campaign and uncover the final mysteries, you'll be left with a fully playable, customized, and unique game of Betrayal you can play with dozens of new haunts. This game is absolutely worth a look.

D&D: Dungeon of the Mad Mage, Maps, and Dice
In the legendary city of Waterdeep lies the famed tavern, the Yawning Portal, so named for the gaping black well in the center of the establishment. 140 feet below the light and laughter of the inn lies the entrance to the Undermountain, a vast and sprawling dungeon that even the bravest spelunkers fear. Lurking in the shadows, giggling insanely, is the Mad Mage himself, the deranged architect of the labyrinth. Vast wealth and power lie below, but those who go in search of it rarely return...

Dungeon of the Mad Mage is a gigantic adventure path for characters levels 5 to 20, set in the megadungeon of Underhill. With dozens of detailed encounters and beautiful illustrations, it's a whole campaign worth of material for any dungeon-delving party! Along with the book, we also have a maps pack, with an array of dry-erase maps printed with the various environs of the dungeon, and custom Waterdeep dice for those really looking for the full experience. 

D&D: Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, Maps, and Dice
Ravnica, the City of Guilds. A vast, planet-spanning metropolis, Ravnica is home to billions of citizens and ruled by the byzantine politics of the Guilds. Angelic police forces, undead spies, draconic mad scientists: the vast city is a place of wonder and terror, a natural home of adventure. Wizards of the Coast has opened this vast landscape up to us with the Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, a sourcebook made for playing D&D 5th Edition in Ravnica. With maps, NPCs, monsters and more, this is everything a GM could want to run the City of Guilds.
And just like Dungeon of the Mad Mage, the Guildmaster's Guide has released alongside a map pack and custom set of dice. These are super helpful for any group who like using maps!

Ice Cool 2
Ice Cool 2 is a standalone expansion for the original Ice Cool, adding a whole new set of mission cards and rooms to the game. You can assemble and play it on its own, or combine it with the first game to form a massive labyrinth to send your penguins skating through. 

Potato Pirates
Potato Pirates is a hilarious new card game from Thinkfun, where players battle it out as potatoes on the high seas. The gimmick: Your attacks must be programmed, using things like conditionals, loops, and functions to execute your plans. Balancing logic, strategy and hilarity, Potato Pirates promises to be a new favorite. 

Bards Dispense Profanity & Dick
If you're a fan of the inappropriate, madcap humor of Cards Against Humanity, but want to season it with something more sophisticated, Why So Ever Games has come out with two games to scratch that itch: Bards Dispense Profanity and Dick. Based, respectively, on the collected works of Shakespeare and Moby Dick, these games juxtapose quotes of these classic works with modern questions and problems, with hilarious (and filthy) results. An excellent game for any geeky grown-up party.

And that's all we've got for this week. Check back in next week for more What's New at Labyrinth!

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