Médaillon de l'Homme Vert
L'Heure de la Chasseuse

Soutien. Accessoire

Objet. Relique.

Cost: 1.
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Deck de Jenny Barnes uniquement. Remplacement.

Dépensez jusqu'à 3 ressources et inclinez le Médaillon de l'Homme Vert : placez ces ressources sur cette carte, en tant qu'offrande.

Quand vous abandonnez ou que la partie se termine : pour chaque groupe de 6 offrandes sur le Médaillon de l'Homme Vert, réduisez de 1 le coût en expérience de la prochaine carte que vous récupérez pour le prochain scénario.

David Griffith
Hour of the Huntress #2.
Médaillon de l'Homme Vert

Jenny likes spending XP (who doesn't?), and she is good at generating resources, so there is a good chance that she will pick up a decent "discount" every scenario where this gets played. Since it's a discount on one card as opposed to bonus XP, you will want to have a good idea of what you are intending to buy and, therefore, the maximum resources you want to stack on this in any given scenario. It does eat up a lot of resources, but Jenny is primed to provide them, and it's a fast action to charge the medallion, which makes it more playable. While Jenny's other signature asset takes up both coveted hand slots, it's not like doesn't have some good accessories. Additionally, if you are a gambler, Charon's Obol is probably a more efficient way to do much the same thing as the medallion, although there is no reason you can't run both for some ridiculous XP purchases.

Asset-wise, the two sets are pretty similar, while the "box" signature weakness is worse. Players who like Jenny might get the novel and try out the "book" set for a bit of relief. No one will want to play both, I think.