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The Unspeakable Pages - Call of Cthulhu LCG

£11.99

Murder, madness, and terrible realities haunt the pages of the Necronomicon. As rival factions seek to make use of the different translations they have secured, the ignorant masses continue their mundane routines, blissfully unaware of the Ancient Ones, those who worship them in secret cults, and those who risk insanity in order to safeguard the world. While the key to the fate of the world may lie in the Necronomicon, the Revelations cycle moves toward its climactic finale as Cultists, Lunatics, and Investigators all delve into The Unspeakable Pages!

The Unspeakable Pages introduces four versions of the dread Necronomicon as well as a host of new characters who seek to gain power from the secrets contained within Abdul Alhazred's horrifying Tome. The 60 cards (3 copies each of 20 new cards) in The Unspeakable Pages bring insanity and death to those who heedlessly venture too far into unknown realms. As the Revelations cycle builds the conflicts between the game's factions toward a terrifying climax, The Unspeakable Pages of the Necronomicon and other cards provide rival factions tremendous new resources to steer the fate of the world!

Contains cards 81-100 of the Revelations cycle. This is not a standalone deck; you must have additional Call of Cthulhu LCG cards to play.

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A lovely gentle game

Our kids (10 & 7) love this game. It was recommended to us by the lovely staff in Athena.

A great collaboration game

A great little game where you have to work as a team to get the treasure... until one of you goes rogue!

The best sleeves for MTG

Tough, durable and they feel great

Ticket to Ride: Nordic Countries

Packs arrived on time and in good condition, one or two seemed to be possibly resealed but I have faith that they weren't.

Would order again