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Beyond the Veil - Arkham Horror Card Game: Forgotten Age - Threads of Fate

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16 Jan 2020 12:00 #306372 by thegiantbrain
You have returned to Arkham after your adventures in the...

This article will look at an individual scenario of Arkham Horror: The Card Game. These will be my impressions after playing through the scenario and will be focusing on the mechanics and how those reinforce the story elements of a given scenario. These articles will contain extensive spoilers and assume a familiarity with the terms and mechanics of the game. Please do not read on if you have not played the scenario in the title yet.

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18 Jan 2020 21:08 #306373 by DarthJoJo
This is a top five all-time scenario. The fundamentals are solid, and the gimmick is great. Perhaps germane to the recent discussion here concerning Arkham Horror Second Edition, it's scenarios like Threads and Midnight Masks (which, as you noted, this is clearly modeled on and inspired by) that transform the card game into an adventure game like its namesake. Your goal is wide, your time is thin, do the best you can. And sometimes you can feel clever by advancing and completing acts that line up just right to save you a bunch of time running back and forth.
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