We’ve nearly reached the end of this fantastic journey, just three days to go until the end of the campaign.
As usual, we tend to leave the best for last, so in this update we are pleased to present the latest Add-ons and the All-in bundles.
Two new familiars will join the other pets to give you more choice during play. Just like the other two, these families too have a somewhat “friendlier” aspect compared to the general tones of the game. This choice is linked to the concept these familiars need to represent: the pet baby animals of mages. An angry kitten or poisonous wasp wouldn't have scared anyone anyway.
The cubs of this powerful mythological being are highly sought after by the mages of destruction. In fact, in addition to increasing the physical damage inflicted by the mage when the pet is in contact with its owner, they also come with another skill, somewhat annoying for the enemies: when released by their owner, the Cerberus cubs are able to channel their owner’s magic and send it back to the target, disproportionately increasing their ability to find the target without exposing themselves.
The cubs of this extremely powerful being, believed in medieval times to be an incarnation of the devil itself, offer their mage enormous destructive power. When this pet is in contact with the mage, it increases all wounds inflicted by combat spells by 1, and when far away, it can create instability in whichever room it’s found when activated.
These fantastic sleeves have a special back for spell cards. Each pack contains 250 sleeves, which is enough for all the spell cards of the six schools and the forgotten magic that come with the core box. To make sure you have enough for all the Add-ons and SGs, we recommend 4 packs.
The mini sleeves, which also come in packs of 250, are clear. This is because the cards that use them have different backs which need to be recognisable. One pack is sufficient for the core box and Crono, and with two packs you’ll have enough for all the materials.
As previously announced, two All-in packages will be available, one for the game materials only and one inclusive of all the published Add-ons.
In the first you’ll find: Inferno, Hidden Thornes, and the 4 sets of familiars for $102
In the second you’ll find: Inferno, Hidden Thornes, the 4 sets of familiars, 6 bowls, 3 card holders and the art book for $160.
The only things you’ll need to add are the sleeves, which cost $12 for a standard pack and $5 for the minis (each of 250 cards sleeves). The sleeve bundle includes 4 packs for standard cards and 2 packs for minis for $50.
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