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RUNES & REGULATIONS: NEFARIOUS NEIGHBOR EXPANSION allows you to play RUNES & REGULATIONS with up to 8 players! With a new evil warlock in the neighborhood, things are about to take a dark turn. Not only are there new Creatures, Spells, and Runes, but there are also new Role cards that give different players a new secret goal. With Corrupted Beasts and forbidden magic in play, you'll have to keep a sharp eye on your neighbors to stay ahead!
- 1 Forbidden Deck (including 8 Sacrificial Creature cards, 15 Corrupted Beast cards, and 17 Curse cards).
- 1 Forbidden Rune Deck (including 10 Forbidden Rune cards)
- 3 Standard Reference Cards
- 1 Nefarious Neighbor Reference Card
- 10 Role Cards
- 3 Fences
- 1 Nefarious Fence
- 15 Additional Shrub Tokens
- 11 Additional Creature Cards
- 9 Additional Spell Cards
- 20 Additional Rune Cards
Start by taking the Nefarious Neighbor Role card out of the box. Shuffle the remaining Role cards face down, then take the number of those cards equal tot he number of players minus one and leave the rest of the Role cards in the box. It is important that you keep the Tole cards that won't be used face down in the box: No player should know which roles are included in the game!
Add the Nefarious Neighbor Role card to the ones you kept out of the box, give them one more shuffle, then deal a Role card to each player. The player who receives the Nefarious Neighbor card must declare it and flip it face up; everyone else keeps their card face down and their role secret.
Hand the Nefarious Fence to the Nefarious Neighbor and a regular Fence to each other player. The player who has the Nefarious Neighbor Role card must shuffle the Forbidden deck and draw 5 cards, then shuffle the Forbidden Rune deck and add the top 3 cards to their Fence. Place those two decks in the Nefarious Neighbor's play area.
Add the grey-backed cards from the expansion to the Main deck and the orange-backed cards to the Rune deck. Shuffle the Main deck and deal 5 cards to each player to add to their hand, then shuffle the Rune deck and deal 3 Rune cards to each player to add to their Fence. Finally, shuffle the Regulation deck and flip over the top card, which becomes the first active Regulation.
The player to the left of the Nefarious Neighbor goes first. Play proceeds clockwise.