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Ask for all the Munchkin sets and expansions at your local game or comic store – find it using our Store Finder, gamerfinder.sjgames.com – but if you don’t have a local store, we’ll be happy to sell them directly to you at . Turn it up to EPIC! Playing to Level 10 just isn’t enough for some people. To satisfy their insane cravings, we’ve created Epic Munchkin , a new set of rules that gives all your Munchkin sets that high-octane boost you need to make it up to Level 20! Look for it on our online PDF store, e23.sjgames.com – it’s completely, absolutely FREE! All of the above!!! Faster Play Rules For a faster game, you can add a “phase 0” called Listen At The Door . At the start of your turn, draw a face-down Door card, which you may play or not. Then arrange cards and Kick Open The Door normally. If you Loot The Room, draw a face-down Treasure , not a Door. You can also allow shared victories – if a player reaches Level 10 in a fight where he had a helper, the helper also wins the game, no matter what Level he is. 6 More Munchkin! Visit for news, errata, updates, Q&A, and much more. To discuss Munchkin with our staff and your fellow munchkins, join our Web forums at forums.sjgames.com . Or head over to for reference cards, play mats, and dozens of links. Other ways to connect to the Munchkin social network: Twitter . Our Twitter feed often has Munchkin news (or bonus rules!): twitter.com/SJGames . Facebook . Connect with other fans on our pages for Munchkin ( ) and Steve Jackson Games ( ). If you combine Munchkin Conan with other sets: Cards that affect Hirelings, Sidekicks, etc., also affect Comrades, and vice versa. Traps and Curses are the same thing. Birthrights are not the same as anything else. next combat” Curse on you while you are in combat, it counts in that combat! (Curse cards you keep as a reminder may not be discarded to power Class abilities. Nice try!) If a Curse can apply to more than one Item, the victim decides which Item is lost or Cursed. If a Curse applies to something you don’t have, ignore it. For instance, if you draw Lose Your Armor and you have no armor, nothing happens; discard the card. There will be times when it will help you to play a Curse or Monster on yourself, or to “help” another player in a way that costs him treasure. This is very munchkinly. Do it. Classes, Races, and Birthrights These cards may be played to the table as soon as you get them, or at any time during your own turn. The same is true for Super Munchkin and Half-Breed , but you must already have a Class to play Super Munchkin or a Race to play Half-Breed . C R SS VERS This set crosses over seamlessly with basic Munchkin – the card backs are the same! The four Races in this set are all “human” in Munchkin terms, but with a Half-Breed card, you can be an elf Stygian or a halfling Zamoran or whatever . . .
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  • Fall '09
  • Playing card, munchkin, Steve Jackson Games, Munchkin Conan

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