Fiasco: Unknown Monsters Expansion Pack

RRP: £15.00
Now £12.15(SAVE 19%)
RRP £15.00
Expected Restock Date 30/04/2024
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Wedding planners and mysterious beast hunters have a lot in common—the stakes are high and one wrong turn spells disaster, usually at the hands of a hideous man-ape that smells like a skunk and flips cars for fun. Combined, a Sucker Creek wedding is going to be one for the ages! Contains 2x Fiasco Playsets – Regina’s Wedding & The Beast of Sucker Creek Regina̵…
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Wedding planners and mysterious beast hunters have a lot in common—the stakes are high and one wrong turn spells disaster, usually at the hands of a hideous man-ape that smells like a skunk and flips cars for fun. Combined, a Sucker Creek wedding is going to be one for the ages!

Contains 2x Fiasco Playsets – Regina’s Wedding & The Beast of Sucker Creek

Regina’s Wedding
Wedding bells are ringing, and Regina is finally tying the knot. She’s found her soul mate, and the wedding is going to be a real event. Two big families, scads of bridesmaids, a metric kegload of groomsmen, a catered reception, the whole frilly white nine yards. Of course everyone has a past, and everyone has an agenda, and even the happiest occasion can become a social—and literal—battlefield.

The Beast of Sucker Creek
For hundreds of years, reports of blood-chilling cries in the night and occasional sightings of the Beast have been a fixture of local gossip. Is it a hoax? A crazed bear? Something strange and wholly new to science? No one knows, but those who have crossed paths with it are convinced of one thing—the Beast of Sucker Creek is real, and you don’t want to make it angry.