|Death Angel | Published 29 June 2011||Rating||16 votes|
Lorenzo held the trigger down, scything the bolts back and forth as the deck plating gave away below him and he tumbled forward. He sank into the crawlspace up to his waist, clutched at by alien talons. Even as his sword hewed through the Genestealers in a blizzard of limbs and ichor, their claws lashed out, drawing deep gouges through his armour.
Space Hulk: Death Angel - The Card Game is back in stock at your local retailer and our webstore! This cooperative card game is set in the grim darkness of Warhammer 40,000, and pits 1-6 Space Marines against the vicious Genestealers.
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The Space Hulk called Sin of Damnation has been infested by horrible creatures who crawl through vents, lurk in shadows, and silently stalk their prey. Your mission is to assemble your terminator squad and exterminate the alien menace.
Expect heavy resistance.
When the odds are overwhelming, and there is an 86% chance of squad casualties, the only course for survival is to cooperate with your fellow Space Marine to complete your objective.
To win at least one player must survive and complete the objective; protecting your battle brothers is essential. While prowling through the darkened halls of the Sin of Damnation with your Combat team you will experience tensely exciting gameplay. In each location you will encounter Genestealers, choose actions, resolve fights, withstand their response, find a new location...and then it’s back into battle! Can you thin out the swarm?
Hold your ground!
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Space Hulk: Death Angel - The Card Game is a cooperative card game for 1-6 players. Set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, players take on the roles of Space Marines pitted against the increasing hordes of Genestealers.
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well, they are like a half of what they used to be imo.its quite dissapointing
When I buy FFG products I buy them expecting top notch quality, first the print on demand and now this is starting to become disapointing. Are the thinner cards really that much fragile?
am I the only one with wierd and quite thinner cards (same as in the Mansions of Madness)...when I compare it with those in Arkham Horror for example, they are quite thinner and more fragile...
Is this reprint exactly the same? No changes to the cards and the cards have a linen finish?
Or does it include some of the slight changes speculated about here and at BGG?
-no linen finish to match POD cards
-faction symbols on the color-coded tactics cards (like the POD cards)
Dang it, I didn't read the subtitle and got all excited that there was more PoD coming. Which, if you announce at GenCon, I am fine with. Please.