|Arkham Horror | Published 08 July 2011|
What lay behind our joint love of shadows and marvels was, no doubt, the ancient, mouldering, and subtly fearsome town in which we lived—witch-cursed, legend-haunted Arkham, whose huddled, sagging gambrel roofs and crumbling Georgian balustrades brood out the centuries beside the darkly muttering Miskatonic.
–The Thing on the Doorstep
Miskatonic Horror, the unique new expansion for Arkham Horror, is now on sale at your local retailer and on our webstore! This expansion is a great addition to your base game or a perfect enhancement for your collection of Arkham Horror expansions. Will you be able to defeat the Ancient One when the ultimate battle begins?
Can you withstand the unknowable Mythos?
Miskatonic Horror promises to put Arkham’s investigators to the ultimate test. This unique expansion for Arkham Horror provides a library of materials to augment every expansion as well as the base game. The mystery surrounding the small Massachusetts town is about to get increasingly more bizarre; the madness and horror faced by Miskatonic University professors will spread...promising an unforgettable experience.
Miskatonic Horror includes:
For more on this exciting expansion, see our recent previews: Echoes of Dunwich, A Glimmer of Pale Yellow, Guarding the Shores, To Strike a Hideous Bargain, and Deep Ones Rising. Then prepare to test your sanity and stamina when you pick up your copy of Miskatonic Horror today!
Arkham Horror is a board game of mystery and madness set in Arkham in the 1920's. 1-8 players cooperate to investigate the strange happenings about the town, and race to prevent ancient evil from surfacing.
Good it's on sale in England! I'm gonna order it asap!
Now on sale here in England too :)
I dont think it would be anything more than 2 weeks for anywhere else in the world.
Available in the US maybe - probably several more weeks for the rest of the globe. Must be patient....
I'm super excited for this, I just hope it's not the end of the line for AH though!
Finally! I've waited more than human beeing can endure. It severly injuired sanity of my mind, indeed. This were strange eons of waiting for the ultimate apocalypse. And now, waiting is over.