Cursed Court

Courtesans and Kings, Dukes and Jesters. The intrigues of the realm's greater nobility are a subject of fixation, even obsession, for the minor nobles whose fortunes can be elevated - or shattered - by what happens at court.

In Cursed Court, players wager their limited influence across the courtly seasons. As the machinations of the nine key nobles are progressively revealed, their fortunes rise and fall. After three years, a winner is crowned.


Cursed Court

SKU: ATG 1400

Munchkin Magical Mess

Munchkin Magical Mess

SKU: SJG 1566

SRP: $29.95

Make Mincemeat of Mixed-Up Monsters like the Chimpanzebra, Escarghost, and Chupacobra! Acquire more Mashed-Up Treasure and Weapons like the Butterfly Knife, Snailgun, and Shark-Head Hammer! And Moop... he may just help you win!

Featuring hilarious, brilliant artwork by Ian McGinty, Magical Mess brings the magical mess-maker, Moop, back to Munchkin! Magical Mess comes complete with 168 full-color cards, one six-sided die, 12 player standies with plastic stands, a mounted gameboard, and a rulesheet.

Eldritch Horror: Masks of Nyarlathotep

Masks of Nyarlathotep Is Now Available for Eldritch Horror

“A sense of monstrous guilt was upon the land, and out of the abysses between the stars swept chill currents that made men shiver in dark and lonely places. There was a daemoniac alteration in the sequence of the seasons[...], and everyone felt that the world and perhaps the universe had passed from the control of known gods or forces to that of gods or forces which were unknown.”
H.P. Lovecraft, Nyarlathotep

 There is very little light in the cavern, and you’re certain that he hasn’t noticed you following him. You shiver as the silhouette of Nyarlathotep himself stands before the round, dark pool of liquid not more than twenty feet from where you are hiding. For a moment, he looks like a normal man as he sets the tips of his fingers to the surface of the pool. A sour-smelling phosphor seeps out from his touch and spreads across the liquid. The sickly light deepens shadows and casts a lurid sheen into the dank corners of the cave. Voices echo on all sides as the water ripples and flexes, and you can see Nyarlathotep’s form shift and flow effortlessly from one grotesque visage to the next. Its head snaps, stretches, and gibbers at each shadow in its turn. You lose track of how long the barrage of uncanny sound continues, when suddenly, silence reigns. Acutely aware of your labored breathing, you try to calm your fraying nerves and remain hidden. “It won’t matter, you know,” says Nyarlathotep crisply, and your mouth goes dry. It's hard to tell in the darkness, but you're sure he’s looking directly at you. “You can struggle and rage against their arrival, but they will come. Your world is forfeit… but I will savor your pathetic efforts.” With that, you can just see the figure Nyarlathotep bend bonelessly and slip into the inky pool as you sprint towards the cavern’s exit.

When the Ancient Ones have occasionally turned their attention to our tiny corner of the universe, it has often been due to a small subset of wrongheaded worshippers calling out to the cosmos for power. Now, the stars have aligned to amplify this call in Masks of Nyarlathotep, the newest expansion for Eldritch Horror, now available to purchase in our shop!

A Game of Thrones: Favor of the Old Gods

Favor of the Old Gods Is Now Available for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game

“The glass candle is meant to represent truth and learning, rare and beautiful and fragile things. It is made in the shape of a candle to remind us that a maester must cast light wherever he serves, and it is sharp to remind us that knowledge can be dangerous. Wise men may grow arrogant in their wisdom, but a maester must always remain humble.”
–Armen the Acolyte, A Feast for Crows

There are many sources of wisdom in A Song of Ice and Fire. Some, like the maesters, find wisdom crying out among the ancient books and scrolls of Oldtown. Others look to their gods for guidance, whether it’s the Drowned God of the Iron Isles, the old gods in the north, or the fiery faith of R’hllor. And some carry the weight of tradition, of history stretching back to Old Valyria, and use that tradition to claim wisdom. No matter what the source, you have the chance to prove your own cleverness and wisdom with new cards for A Game of Thrones: The Card Game—the Favor of the Old Gods Chapter Pack is now available to purchase in our shop!

The Flight of Crows cycle takes players on a journey through the events of A Feast for Crows, adding new cards with the bestow keyword and new incentives for players to build decks using the Banner agendas to bring two factions together. A new agenda invites players to explore what they will do with knowledge of the future, while characters like Selyse Baratheon and Ser Balon Swann lend their own strength to their factions. No matter which part of Westeros or Essos you’ve sworn fealty to, you’ll find new cards to support your faction in Favor of the Old Gods!

Star Wars: Destiny - Rivals

The Rivals Draft Pack for Star Wars: Destiny is Available Now

"The Sith and the Jedi are similar in almost every way, including their quest for greater power."
   –Chancellor Palpatine, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith

A new style of play has opened up for you to explore. The Rivals Draft Set for Star Wars™: Destiny is on sale now in our shop!

Darth Maul and Boba Fett take on Rey and Qui-Gon Jinn on the frozen tundra of Hoth. General Grievous and Grand Moff Tarkin do battle with Finn and Wedge Antilles on the volcanic planet of Mustafar. Star Wars™: Destiny has always allowed you to play out what-if battles in the Star Wars galaxy. Now, prepare for a new way to play with the Rivals Draft Set!

Rivals introduces an entirely new way to play Star Wars: Destiny, using a Rivals Draft Set for any number of draft or sealed format games! Draft lets you compete against your friends to build the best deck from a shared pool of cards. Each player will have a single Rivals Draft Set, along with a pool of booster packs from any set (six per player).  Players select individual cards from booster packs to mix with their Rivals Draft Set to create a deck.

In the sealed format, on the other hand, players open all of their packs and their copy of the Rivals Draft Set at once and construct a deck from their unique pool of fifty cards. Sealed and draft play present a fresh new way to experience Star Wars: Destiny, and once you own a copy of the Rivals Draft Set, you will always be able to use it to participate in either of these unique formats.

After deck construction, players will play a series of games, using their new decks to see how they stack up against each other. While the cards from your booster packs will make up much of your deck, the heart of the experience lies in the cards found in Rivals.

A Conflicted Warrior

Every card featured in Rivals is neutral, including the characters. Few exemplify this conflict between the light and the dark like Anakin Skywalker, Conflicted Apprentice  (Rivals, 1). Able to team up with either Heroes or Villains, he gains a unique ability based on which side he supports. This flexibility makes him a very versatile character, and his low-point cost allows him to team up with many different characters (with the exception of Darth Vader).

Blue also gets a new weapon in the form of the Crafted Lightsaber  (Rivals, 6). With melee damage and resource sides, the Crafted Lightsaber is a focused weapon that can directly further your game plan with its undeniable consistency. The fact that it can only be played on an exhausted character means you won’t be able to use it the first turn you play it, but the investment is sure to pay large dividends in later turns.

Fearless and Inventive

The Black Sun Operative Ketsu Onyo (Rivals, 3) is a dangerous and resourceful Mandalorian. A former ally of Sabine Wren, Onyo knows what it takes to survive. That’s why in Star Wars: Destiny, Ketsu is able to collect the weapons of your defeated allies. With mixed forms of damage, Ketsu can synergize well with any weapon, and with a low point cost, she can fit into a wide variety of teams. For twenty-eight points, you may team Ketsu with General Grievous, collecting weapons with Grievous before moving them to Ketsu Onyo when he is defeated. If you want to go down the Hero route, teaming Ketsu with Sabine Wren can help you transfer Sabine’s thermal weapons to Ketsu once she is defeated, letting you get even more value out of them.

In fact, you may turn to one of the weapons found in Rivals itself. This is the Verpine Sniper Rifle (Rivals, 10). Incredibly accurate and piercing, the Sniper’s special symbol lets you do two unblockable damage to a character, bypassing shields and hitting your opponents’ characters where they really hurt.

Friendly Support

Cyborg Aide  Lobot (Rivals, 2) assisted Lando Calrissian during his time as an administrator on Cloud City. In Star Wars: Destiny, he looks to provide this same support to the other members of his team, whether they are Heroes or Villains.

While you control the battlefield, Lobot gains the Guardian keyword, allowing him to defend whatever powerful character he is teamed up with. Furthermore, his special symbol can increase the value of one of their dice by two. By teaming Lobot with a character like Palpatine  (Legacies, 4), you can protect the Sith Lord while greatly increasing his threat.

Red characters also get a supportive event in the Rivals Draft Set that takes the form of a Targeting Computer  (Rivals, 7). With the ability to turn a support or upgrade die to any side, Targeting Computer can give your team the consistency they need to put out big damage. However, the card can also be used to sabotage rolls by your opponent, turning their support and upgrade dice to blanks and making them a non-factor. Whatever you choose to use the Targeting Computer for, it is sure to put you in an advantageous situation.


Whether you are looking to participate in draft or want a way to expand your constructed collection, the Rivals Draft Set gives you the tools you need to succeed. Will you use these tools to follow the path of a hero or fall to villainy?

Choose your path and pick up Star Wars: Destiny Rivals (SWD06) from our shop today!