World of WarCraft: The Adventure Game - Rules Variants

last updated March 5th, 2017 — created March 5th, 2017

For balance reasons we decided to remove Grumbaz Crowsblood from the available characters to choose from during competitive play, he may still be used for solo play. We also printed a token to remove a space near Undercity.

Download the Space Remover Token File
This file is 300 DPI and can be used to print your own space-removal token.

World of WarCraft: The Adventure Game
Foam-Core Insert
We designed custom faction boxes for the character decks and tokens. We also made draw bins for challenge decks, and a neat drawer bin for discovery tokens.
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