Shadowrift Eve of the Sickle Moon Expansion

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Face two new factions : Lycanthropes and The Harrowood


Eve of the Sickle Moon is the first direct expansion for the second edition of Shadowrift. This expansion adds two new monster factions Harrowood and Lycanthropes. To fight them, you'll need the eight new hero cards, three new villagers, and an optional wall to bolster the defenses of Haven Town.


"Shadowrift is a great game for people that want to have a little more complexity in their cooperative deckbuilder. I really enjoy how the monsters work and how each faction is very different from one another. I also appreciate that although there is no way to destroy cards in your deck, this is mitigated by the Heroism you earn during the game. I cannot describe to you how cool I think the villager cards are, as it adds a different facet to the game. 8.25/10."

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Contents & Credits


119 Cards (26 Harrowood Cards, 31 Lycanthrope Cards, 24 Elementalist Hero Cards, 24 Druid Hero Cards, 3 Villager Cards, 1 Wall, 10 Randomizers, 2 Card Dividers



Game Design: Jeremy Anderson

Art Direction: Dann May and Jeremy Anderson

Graphic Design: Dann May with R Jay McCarty

Art: Enggar Adirasa, Sabine van Apeldoorn, Kristen Brown, Collin Epstien, Ross Grams, Tomasz Jedruszek, Nicholas Kay, Tom Kelly, Phil X. Liu, Jose Munoz, Othon Nikolaidis, Elin Pettersson, Levente Ruckert, and Thomas Williams.

Executive Producer: Dan Yarrington

"I’ve played with all of the different monsters again, and I love the way that they feel so different from each other because of the way that their powers work. The strategy that worked with one of them may not work with another. But, most importantly: it’s fun. When you play, you can feel a story playing out, though you don’t know whether it’ll have a happy ending until you finish. Or a gruesome ending... Win or lose, I always have a good time playing Shadowrift."


"Shadowrift is one of the better deck building games that we’ve played... You’ll want to buy Shadowrift 2nd Edition if you like fantasy games, co-op deck builders, and/or want to try out a cooperative game that introduces a couple unique mechanisms. In our collective opinion, Shadowrift is a keeper!"

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