Sleeping Gods $86.22, Expeditions $75.94, Arkham Horror TCG: The Forgotten Age Campaign Expansion $71.97 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Arkham Horror The Card Game The Forgotten Age Campaign Expansion $71.97
Expeditions $75.94

Some pretty decent prices on some highly rated games. I think they have all been cheaper before at some stage but these prices aren't bad if you really want to get them now. I'm probably going to wait for them to get cheaper. I need to play some of the games I've already bought. There are actually some more deals I haven't listed here. Maybe others can highlight some of the other good deals.

Sleeping Gods

"Are the stars unfamiliar here?" she asked, and the sky grew suddenly dark, the star's patterns alien and exotic. "This is the Wandering Sea. The gods have brought you here, and you must wake them if you wish to return home."

In Sleeping Gods, you and up to 3 friends become Captain Sofi Odessa and her crew, lost in a strange world in 1929 on your steamship, the Manticore. You must work together to survive, exploring exotic islands, meeting new characters, and seeking out the totems of the gods so that you can return home.

Sleeping Gods is a campaign game. Each session can last as long as you want. When you are ready to take a break, you mark your progress on a journey log sheet, making it easy to return to the same place in the game the next time you play. You can play solo or with friends throughout your campaign. It's easy to swap players in and out at will. Your goal is to find at least fourteen totems hidden throughout the world. Like reading a book, you'll complete this journey one or two hours at a time, discovering new lands, stories, and challenges along the way.

Sleeping Gods is an atlas game. Each page of the atlas represents only a small portion of the world you can explore. When you reach the edge of a page and you want to continue in the same direction, you simply turn to a new page and sail onward.

Sleeping Gods is a storybook game. Each new location holds wild adventure, hidden treasures, and vivid characters. Your choices affect the characters and the plot of the game, and may help or hinder your chances of getting home!

Welcome to a vast world. Your journey starts now.

Currently rated 8.2 at BGG
Price history at BGO

Arkham Horror: The Card Game – The Forgotten Age: Campaign Expansion

We think we know the history of the Earth, but there are secrets that lie beyond our ken and truths that threaten to undo our understanding of the universe. When renowned historian Alejandro Vela discovers one of these secrets—the ruins of an ancient and forgotten Aztec city—it sets into motion a plot that could unravel the very fabric of time itself.

In The Forgotten Age Campaign Expansion, one to four investigators join an expedition to explore these ruins, venturing deep into perilous rainforests and forbidden caverns. Will they survive this dangerous journey, or will it be their undoing?

This expansion combines all of the campaign and scenario content from the original The Forgotten Age cycle, which was the third cycle of expansions for Arkham Horror: The Card Game. Players only need a copy of the Arkham Horror: The Card Game Revised Core Set to dive into the story.

Rated 8.6 at BGG
Price history at BGO


The sequel to Scythe sends players on a new adventure into Siberia, where a massive meteorite crashed near the Tunguska River, awakening ancient corruption. An expedition led by Dr. Tarkovsky ventures into the taiga to learn about the meteorite and its impact on the land. Itching for adventure, heroes from the war privately fund their own expeditions to Siberia, hoping to find artifacts, overcome challenges, and ultimately achieve glory. Expeditions has completely different mechanisms than Scythe, though the goal was to capture some of the same feelings that Scythe evokes, with a slightly darker, more supernatural theme.

Expeditions is a competitive, card-driven, engine-building game of exploration. Play cards to gain power, guile, and unique worker abilities; move your mech to mysterious locations and gain cards found among the tiles; use workers, items, meteorites, and quests to enhance your mech; and use power and guile to vanquish corruption.

Currently rated 7.7 at BGG
Price history at BGO

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  • Nice - also just found the Red Rising Board Game appears to be at about it's cheapest ever Red Rising

  • +1

    Looks like Ierusalem Anno Domini is at an ATL. I've never heard of it but it's pretty new and has a decent rating. Looks like the game is language independent too, a bit like The Castles of Burgundy.

    Jerusalem, spring 33 AD: A crowd gathers at the city gates to welcome Jesus of Nazareth as he prepares to celebrate the Passover seder with his apostles and followers. With a revolutionary message, he has garnered supporters everywhere but also looks of suspicion among religious authorities. The Last Supper will soon be celebrated, and the fate of one of the most influential characters in human history will be sealed.

    In Ierusalem: Anno Domini, we represent one of the communities of followers of Jesus of Nazareth who, coming to Jerusalem from nearby towns and villages, want to approach the place of the Last Supper and position ourselves as close as possible to the seats of Jesus and his apostles. The closer we are, the more points we earn at game's end. We also score for offering tokens and parable tiles we've accumulated.

    Different locations are shown on the board: the market, the desert, the mountain, the lake, and the temple. After sending our followers to one of these locations, we obtain stones, bread, and fish, as well as denarii or cards that allow us to do more than one action. Among these actions, players can choose between listening to a parable, going to the table, changing seats, or doing a favor, among other things. All this happens while the patience of the Sanhedrin runs out. When this happens, as symbolized by a tile moving in a marker, the endgame is triggered.

    However, the main element of the game is the cards. Each card has a symbol corresponding to one of five key locations in the game. As we play them, we form combinations that allow us to bring the apostles to the table of the Last Supper. The optimal placement of our followers around Jesus and the apostles will also be done through the management of letters, as well as various resources at our disposal.

    Behind a very immersive theme, Ierusalem: Anno Domini will not disappoint lovers of good challenges. Players have a wide range of possibilities at their fingertips and multiple ways to earn points. Preparing the best strategies to get the most out of your followers will be one of the keys to victory. Devout gamers don't need to look further: Here is your game!

    Rated 7.7 at BGG
    BGO Price History

  • +1

    $40.70 is an incredible price for Planted!

    By Aussie board game designer Phil Walker-Harding.

    Rated 7.3 on BGG.

    • Looks like a nice game. I'll definitely be keeping an eye on it. I just don't have people to play it with for now.

      • I bought it just for the art, goes well in modern room with other plants lol

  • Arhkham Horror lcg expansions are just card packs, how is it $100+ does it have some in demand card?…


    The old packs were like $30 on sale. The base game is less. They really gouging on the updated version.

    • It's actually a cheaper RRP as you only need 1 investigator expansion and 1 campaign expansion per cycle.

    • The old packs were the investigator + scenario cards for the first 2 or 3 missions in the cycle. Then there were 6 blisters which were around $20 each - totalling $150 per cycle. The new packs are instead broken into investigator or scenario packs, currently the Edge of the Earth sets are $55.00 and $40 respectively, which is a lot cheaper than previously. Scarlet Keys is $74 and $59 (still a bit cheaper) Feast of Hemlock is $110 and $62 (much more expensive but is basically RRP since it only released a couple of months ago)

      • This is why I just bought Arkham Horror Board game, much cheaper.

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