Talisman (fourth edition): The Dragon ExpansionIn-Store Pickup Only
Description from the publisher:
Playing with The Dragon expansion for Talisman, players will encounter even more choices and strategic challenges, including a new, dual-sided Inner Region for their heroes to conquer. The alternate sides allow players to face familiar terrain along a path that requires all new tactics, or to venture into the Dragon Tower, where a hero's every step meets opposition by the Dragon King's minions and leads him ever closer to an ultimate confrontation with the Dragon King, himself.
The Dragon brings to life six new characters to confront the draconic challenges that lie ahead. Over 300 new tokens and cards expand the Draconic Lords' influence over the land of Talisman and weave each Draconic Lord's story. New rules pace the increase of the draconic threat, and the heroes' quests become more and more dangerous as the dragons grow stronger. Now, for those brave adventurers who seek the Crown of Command, the quest means more than power and influence. It is a race to save the land from the Dragon King’'s tyrannical rule. Any hero who dares confront the Dragon King must be prepared for an epic battle!
Ages: 13 and upArtist: Even Mehl Amundsen, Tim Arney-O'Neil, Ryan Barger, Massimiliano Bertolini, Yoann Bissonnet, Eric Braddock, Christopher Burdett, Felicia Cano, Caravan Studios, Anna Christenson, Traci Cook, Trevor Cook, Julie Dillon, Drew Whitmore, Empty Room Studios, Szugyi Gabor, Tom Garden, Pavel Guzenko, Kelly Harris, Paul 'Prof' Herbert, Ralph Horsley, David Kegg, McLean Kendree, MuYoung Kim, Matt Larson, Brandon Leach, Chris Malidore, Jeremy McHugh, Brynn Metheney, Anna Mohrbacher, John Moriarty, Andrew Olson, Hector Ortiz, Grzegorz Pedrycz, Mark Poole, Arkady Roytman, Amanda Sartor, Thom Scott, Alexandr Shaldin, John Stanko, Allison Theus, Cory Turner, Frank Walls, Shane Watson, Joe Wilson, Mark WintersDesigner: John GoodenoughPublisher: Edge Entertainment, Fantasy Flight Games, Galakta, Giochi Uniti, Heidelberger Spieleverlag,Time: 90 minutesYear: 2011