|A Game of Thrones LCG | Published 06 December 2010||Rating||21 votes|
“Let me use the spear; I ask no more.”
Obara Sand, A Song of Ice and Fire, Volume IV: A Feast for Crows
Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce that Of Snakes and Sand, the fifth Chapter Pack of the exciting and challenging Brotherhood Without Banners cycle of expansions, is now available at your Friendly Local Game Store and at the FFG Webstore.
Focusing on the Sand Snakes - the beautiful and deadly bastard daughters of Prince Oberyn Martell, the Red Viper - Of Snakes and Sand brings more synergistic character combos to your House Martell deck. Of Snakes and Sand also introduces new Brotherhood characters Jack-be-Lucky and Orphaned Recruit, as well as a wealth of cards to help boost all of the Great Houses of Westeros. Of Snakes and Sand will augment existing decks and add variety to the A Game of Thrones metagame.
For more on this exciting Chapter Pack, see our "card of the week" spotlights: Head Down to the Shop, Blood of My Blood, and Your New Orders, then, head to your local retailer and pick up your copy!
The Sand Snakes will have their vengeance for the honor of Dorne when they enter the Game of Thrones...
Based on George R.R. Martin's bestselling fantasy epic A Song of Ice and Fire, A Game of Thrones: The Card Game, playable by 2-4 players, brings the beloved heroes, villains, locations, and events of the world of Westeros to life through innovative game mechanics and the highly strategic game play. The Living Card Game format allows players to customize their gaming experience with monthly Chapter Pack expansions to the core game.
Un-nedly true, but it is a game and they needed more ways to expand the trait effects. It's also not nearly as bad as Son of the Red Viper, and in a way it's not much different than any of the various interactions players spin in a match, or any of the cards released now or in the past for characters or whatever that hadn't even appeared in the books yet or ever will in the case of non-unique characters.
Grrr...very un-nedly. Painfully so, almost as bad as Son of the Prince or whatever they printed a few sets ago.
It may not be Nedly, but put this on The Red Viper when his children are out and he gets amazing!