In 2013, when Obama proposed a military response to Assad's chemical weapon attacks, Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, and other Republican hypocrites opposed the move. Suddenly it's 2017, and the same double-dealing scam artists need a distraction from the Russia scandal and their healthcare incompetence, so they're all for it.
"Remember when a white man in Boston, spouting Trump slogans, beat up a homeless man outside a subway station? Trump responded: 'People who are following me are very passionate. They love this country and they want this country to be great again.' Remember when a Trump supporter punched an African American man at a rally? Trump said that his follower 'obviously loves his country.' Remember when the alt-right provoked violence in Charlottesville? Trump pronounced some white nationalists to be 'very fine people.'"
— Michael Gerson in the Washington Post
Haunt of the Watchers
Board game remix
Haunt of the Watchers is a free 'remix' of the popular board game Arkham Horror. Though it makes use of the Arkham Horror components, Haunt is in no way affiliated with or authorized by the makers of that game.
Haunt differs from Arkham Horror in many ways:
The rationale behind many of the changes is detailed in the Design Notes section of the Haunt PDF. A session report is available here.
To play, download the Haunt of the Watchers PDF (revision 1.0, 507KB).
The first twenty-two pages contain the Haunt rules and play summary, all of which are needed to play. The last six pages contain Addenda, including the Haunt design notes. Skip the last page if you are not duplex printing.