You ever have one of those days where you wake up, get going with doing things, then look at the clock and are like, “Whoah! It’s already 7pm!! How’d that happen!?!” Yeah, that was my yesterday. I woke the same as any other day except a voice was in my head… Ok, no voices in my head, but I did get started on various things, then realized that goddamn, it was late! So you didn’t get your reviews yesterday. So I’m making up for it by posting them early today. Don’t worry, this won’t become a regular thing.
Anyway, today we have: Elder Sign: Omens of the Pharaoh, Zombicide: Green Horde, Batman: Gotham City Chronicles, Listit, Draconis Invasion, Dice Throne, Palm Island, City of Gears, Stuffed Fables, Pandemic: Rising Tide, V-Commandos: Secret Weapons, Planet of the Apes, Indian Summer, When I Dream, and Gaia Project.
With all the troubles in the world today, we all know that the true evil is… Ancient Egypt! *Imperial March plays*
At least, the minions of Nephren-Ka are evil, and they’re looking to bring the long-dead pharaoh back to life. You investigators will have to make sure that doesn’t happen. It’s what you’re tasked with doing in Omens of the Pharaoh, which is the new expansion for Elder Sign, available now.
Knowledge is power. That’s been known for quite some time (and thus, has been powerful for quite some time). Knowledge of one’s enemy in a conflict can certainly make the going easier. And when the enemy is an ageless deity looking to destroy the Earth, yeah, you might want to know what you’re going up against. Finding that knowledge is a key part of the upcoming Omens of the Pharaoh expansion for Elder Sign. Look at how that’ll work in this new preview from Fantasy Flight.
Once again, the true evil in the world rears its ugly head.
I, of course, am referring to… Ancient Egypt! *Imperial March plays over scene of the pyramids*
That’s where you’ll be headed (well, Egypt, anyway, not necessarily the “ancient” part) in Omens of the Pharaoh, a new expansion coming for Elder Sign. It would seem that the Great Old Ones liked sunshine and cats, too.
With all the things going on in the world, it would appear that the most-terrible thing facing us today is… Ancient Egypt! *holds up a picture of the pyramids while the Imperial March plays*
Yes, once more, Ancient Egypt rears its fantastically tanned and well-eyelinered head to threaten the daily balance. Long-forgotten burial chambers full of secrets might be enticing for archeologists, but ancient curses and forgotten deities are nothing to scoff at. You must be careful. And that’s what you’ll be doing in Omens of the Pharaoh, a new expansion coming for Eldritch Horror.