Eldritch Horror: Cities in Ruin (Expansion)


Eldritch Horror: Cities in Ruin is an expansion for the medium intensity, co-operative, Lovecraftian themed board game Eldritch Horror.

You feel it just below the surface. Something gnawing at the edges of society, an ancient being that could so easily erase the steady march of machines and concrete that have come to be recognized as progress in the modern world. Your visions show you a desolate future, where all that remains is dust, ash, and those who have long-slumbered.

Violent earthquakes contort cities to unrecognizable ruin, torrential typhoons eradicate coastlines, and deep below the the Earth, something ancient stirs.

Shudde M’ell, The Cataclysm from Below, approaches with destruction and ruin as his heralds.

Cities in Ruin brings four new investigators, and a slew of new monster and encounter cards to the world of Eldritch Horror.  New Ancient One Shudde M’ell’s presence brings a destructive twist to the game in the form of deadly disasters.

Designer: Nikki Valens
Fantasy Flight Games
Player numbers: 
1 – 8
Recommended Age: 
Game Time:
  120 – 240 mins

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Product Contents:

  • 1 Rulesheet
  • 4 Investigator Sheets & Matching Tokens
  • 1 Ancient One Sheet
  • 6 Mystery Cards
  • 76 Encounter Cards
  • 24 Mythos Cards
  • 16 Disaster Cards
  • 4 Prelude Cards
  • 4 Artifact Cards
  • 16 Asset Cards
  • 20 Condition Cards
  • 12 Spell Cards
  • 24 Unique Asset Cards
  • 10 Monster Cards
  • 8 Devastation Tokens
  • 14 Health & Sanity Tokens
  • 8 Eldritch Tokens
  • 4 Plastic Stands

Card sleeve information if you wish to sleeve the cards in this product:

3 x packs: Fantasy Flight sleeve size: Standard American – Green (FFS03, 50/pack) – (2-1/4” x 3-1/2″ – 57 x 89mm)

2 x packs: Fantasy Flight sleeve size: Mini American – Yellow (FFS01, 50/pack) – (1-5/8” x 2-1/2” – 41 x 63mm)

This is not a stand alone product and requires a copy of Eldritch Horror to play.


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