The flow of time itself is convoluted, and though you thought you had left the jungles of southern Mexico and the depths of Yoth behind you, it appears that they are not as far away as they might seem. Like a snake eating its own tail, the timeline is looping back around itself again…
With the Return to the Forgotten Age upgrade expansion for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, you’ll find new scenario cards and encounter sets that you can insert into every scenario of The Forgotten Age, mixing up your investigations with new dangers and new objectives. New player cards, representing upgraded versions of cards from The Forgotten Age give you new tools and options for upgrading your decks. And with a full assortment of card dividers, you’ll be able to easily sort and store your entire campaign. Will you venture once more into the jungle?
—description from the publisher
Solo, 2 Players
60m – 120m
Action Points, Cooperative Game, Deck, Bag, and Pool Building, Hand Management, Role Playing, Variable Player Powers
Card Game, Expansion for Base-game, Novel-based, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror
Maybe the best Return to expansion to date, fixing a lot of the problems with the base campaign and fixing some of the randomness with the explore mechanic.
Arkham Horror: the Card Game is an awesome crossover between RPG and card game, thriving in atmosphere and character development. No need to point out that expanding the card pool (both with new scenarios and new investigator cards) is a great way to keep it fresh and enticing! Return to The Forgotten Age is an expansion that expands and modifies the third long campaign, and includes a premium box to store that campaign cards.
Just making the Boundry Beyond not a complete kick in the teeth makes this worth it. But, they also improved Explore and made more the weaker supplies viable.