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‘Grimslingers: The Northern Territory’ Arrives February 7th

Grimslingers: The Northern Territory (GreenBrier Games)Fans of the story driven, card dueling Weird West game Grimslingers will be pleased to know a new expansion is arriving next month from GreenBrier Games. Grimslingers: The Northern Territory will bring plenty of new features to the core game including creatures and villains, solo and co-op options, and locations to adventure. The expansion arrives at your FLGS on February 7th and will carry an MSRP of $29.95.

From GreenBrier:

The Northern Territory contains some of the Forgotten Wests’ strangest and most prolific spectacles, secrets and adventures. Resist the siren songs of the Red Maidens as you traverse the treacherous paths of the Red River. Brave the unforgiving cavernous interiors of the border wall known as Gates of Hell. Help or hinder newcomers to the Forgotten West in The Northern Outskirts. Delve into the cryptid, creature-filled depths of The Down Under and uncover ancient secrets in The Great Deep. Explore the Valley of Death anew, and more as you set out into the Northern Territory.

Grimslingers: The Northern Territory is an expansion to the Grimslingers core game, which refines and redefines all aspects of the game, while adding more of what players love. Better and deeper player-versus-player gameplay, along with a plethora of new solo/co-op content for players to delve into for many hours.

Kickstarter backers should anticipate tracking notices within the month for their treasure chests of spoils from the Forgotten West. In February, the Northern Territory will make its way to local game stores. As the reviews come in this Spring, stay tuned for a downloadable bonus campaign that digs even deeper into the mysteries of the Grimslingers and the Iron Witch.

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