Arkham Horror LCG: The Labyrinths of Lunacy Expansion

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In The Labyrinths of Lunacy, you and your fellow investigators wake to find yourselves gathered in a strange place, with no memory of how you arrived. Your muscles are weak and uncooperative. Your vision is blurred. Simply rising to your feet takes a tremendous effort. Your legs are wobbly and can barely support your weight. With this unique, 80-card standalone scenario, you become …
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In The Labyrinths of Lunacy, you and your fellow investigators wake to find yourselves gathered in a strange place, with no memory of how you arrived. Your muscles are weak and uncooperative. Your vision is blurred. Simply rising to your feet takes a tremendous effort. Your legs are wobbly and can barely support your weight.

With this unique, 80-card standalone scenario for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, you become the prisoner of a mysterious mastermind, forced to take part in his cruel experiments. To escape, you and your fellow investigators will need to work together. You’ll need to piece together the clues to solve your captor’s twisted riddles. And you’ll need to hurry—you aren’t alone in this prison…

Unlike previous standalone scenarios, Curse of the Rougarou and Carnevale of HorrorsThe Labyrinths of Lunacy cannot be played as a side quest in your larger campaign, but it offers a tremendous range of play experiences, nonetheless.

Designed to accommodate as many as three separate groups of investigators, The Labyrinths of Lunacy introduces a massive Epic Multiplayer Mode that allows you to share your terrors with up to eleven other investigators. And while each group deals with its challenges separately, your successes or failures will impact the other groups—as will cards like Paradox Effect which create unique interactions between groups.