Crusade of the Forgotten

Crusade of the Forgotten is an Act I rumor from Crusade of the Forgotten expansion made of a single encounter.


Crusade of the Forgotten – Encounter 1

Crusade of the ForgottenSummary: there are 5 villagers. The Heroes must rescue 3 of them and the Overlord must sacrifice 3 of them.

Monsters: Medusae, Barghests, 1 open group.

Rewards: if the Overlord wins, he gets the Forgotten Sorcery Overlord card.

Golem

Golem - Act II - Front - Crusade of the Forgotten Golem - Act II - Back - Crusade of the Forgotten


Golem - Act I - Front - Conversion Kit

Golem - Act I - Back - Conversion KitGolem - Act II - Front - Conversion Kit

Description

Relics of a previous age, many now wonder free, their bodies having outlasted their bonds. Their minute sentience is easy to manipulate, giving many upstart mages illusions of grandeur, only to be swiftly crushed by a temperamental whim. Forged with runic stones, only a seasoned mage can master these magical constructs.

Sorcerer

Sorcerer - Act II - Front - Crusade of the ForgottenSorcerer - Act II - Back - Crusade of the Forgotten


Sorcerer - Act I - Front - Conversion Kit

Sorcerer - Act I - Back - Conversion KitSorcerer - Act II - Front - Conversion Kit

Description

Every practitioner of the dark arts knows that there is a pit from which they cannot return, a threshold across which they cannot retreat. A sorcerer has embraced this fate, surrendering his humanity for greater power and knowledge. no longer bound by the laws of man, a sorcerer can tap into magic not intended for the mortals he abandoned.

Medusa

Medusa - Act II - Front - Crusade of the Forgotten Medusa - Act II - Back - Crusade of the Forgotten


Medusa - Act I - Front - Conversion Kit

Medusa - Act I - Back - Conversion KitMedusa - Act II - Front - Conversion Kit

Description

Years ago, a den of medusae spun a myth that their gaze could turn a man to stone. Since that time, many a fool has entered the lairs of these serpent demons, wielding ineffectual shields of glass or stumbling forward with their eyes closed tight. The complicated hexes of the medusae are weaved with ease upon men who refuse to watch.