All of this can occur in Ragnarok: Fate of the Norns. This Kickstarter funded roleplaying game is set in a Viking realm, deep and rich with epic grandeur of Norse mythology. Made for two to eight players, Ragnarok relies not on dice rolls, but special rune icons (included with the game).
The far-flung future of the Numenera RPG gains its second supplemental book for the game, The Devil’s Spine. Containing a set of linked adventures, Devil’s Spine can be used to supply singular adventures for the system or the beginnings of a full-on campaign.
Warmachine’s Iron Kingdoms roleplaying system gains a fancy, metal token set this weekend. The set contains focus, spell, feat, cripple, fire, and many more tokens, all of which are dry-erase compatible, allowing you to mark on them without permanent effect.
This special edition of the game comes complete with entirely new, remastered artwork as well as the To Boldly Go expansion. For those unfamiliar with the game, each player takes on the role of a starship captain attempting to eliminate all of their own redshirts before any other player can.
King of Tokyo: Halloween is another new expansion for the hit monster-battle game. This expansion contains two new monsters, each creepy and Halloween themed, as well as special costume cards that enhance each monster.
If you’ve ever thought that what the hit deception game, Bang!, was missing is vampires, Blood Bound is the game for you!
Though the company missed out on a huge opportunity to name the game Fang!, Blood Bound is still an awesome group experience where players attempt to figure out who is a vampire and who is a human (among other designations).
Adding more treasures to its booby trapped vault, Fortune and Glory: The Cliffhanger Game gains an expansion in Rise of the Crimson Hand. This expansion adds cards to the game decks, detailed villain miniatures, epic city events, and dangers like never before, including the new “deadly tests” option. Inspired by pulpy adventurers and Indiana Jones, Fortune and Glory is for fans of classic adventure stories.
The Mage Knight board game adds a new ultra baddie in the form of Krang. Krang is a Orc Chaos Shaman, who is a completely playable character coming complete with a miniature, tokens, and cards.
The second Numenera related game to appear tonight, Thunderstone: Numenera is an entirely stand-alone version of the Thunderstone Advanced system, but set in the world of Numenera, an Earth a billion years in the future.
Family drama increases in Gloom: Unquiet Dead.
In the game of darkly humored fratricide, players compete to kill their family members in the most horrific ways. Unquiet Dead adds stories (a new way to kill family members), undead (abilities that let your family become fantastic creatures like werewolves and vampires), and timing symbols (a new feature that effects when actions take place).
Famed game designer Martin Wallace delivers yet another game set in the Discworld of Terry Pratchett. The Witches: A Discworld Game has players taking on the roles of trainee witches in either solo, cooperative, or competitive gameplay modes.
Yes, folks, Munchkin Pathfinder is here!
This new base edition of Munchkin comes with Pathfinder-related characters, monsters, items, and other goodies. And imagine all of that paired with the classic Munchkin wit and John Kovalic’s recognizable artwork.