Original "Fantasy" Munchkin

Munchkin
Contents: 1 six-sided die, 94 door cards, 74 treasure cards, and a rulesheet.

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Munchkin Deluxe
Contents: 1 six-sided die, 94 door cards, 74 treasure cards, 12 pawns with plastic stands, a 20”x10” mounted gameboard, and a rulesheet.

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Munchkin (Foil Edition)
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Go down in the dungeon. Fight every monster you meet. Stab your rivals in the back and steal their stuff. Grab the treasure and run! Munchkin is the zany card game of dungeon crawling and backstabbing. Kick down the door and you'll be looting rooms in no time! Millions of games sold! Billions of monsters slain!
Munchkin 2: Unnatural Axe
Contents: 64 door cards, 44 treasure cards, 2 blank door cards and 2 blank treasure cards.

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The first expansion
Munchkin Unnatural Axe
Contents: 64 door cards, 44 treasure cards, 2 blank door cards, 2 blank treasure cards, and 6 Unnatural Axe female pawns

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An enhanced and re-packaged version of Munchkin 2: Unnatural Axe.
Munchkin 3: Clerical Errors
Contents: 66 door cards and 46 treasure cards

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The second Munchkin expansion
Munchkin 3.5: Clerical Errata
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A misprint of Clerical Errors, containing cards printed with the wrong card back (e.g. door rather than treasure, or vice versa). By popular demand, a limited public release was made, with rules for using the misprints in a regular game.
Munchkin 4: The Need for Steed
Contents: 78 door cards and 34 treasure cards

First Published: 2006

The third expansion. This included a new type of card, Steeds, such as a dragon, an eagle and a turtle.
Munchkin 5: De-Ranged
Contents: 60 door cards and 52 treasure cards

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The fourth expansion
Munchkin 6: Demented Dungeons
Contents: 20 double-sized Dungeon cards and 16 Portal cards

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The fifth expansion
Munchkin 7: More Good Cards
Contents: 30 door cards and 26 treasure cards

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The original sixth expansion. Consists of reprints from Munchkin Blender with new art and a number of extra cards chosen by polling Munchkin fans.
Munchkin 7: Cheat With Both Hands
Contents: 112 cards

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The alternate sixth expansion. Cards replaces More Good Cards and Munchkin Blender. This is meant to be used between two or more games, because of the variety of cards (Ultra Munchkin, 1/3-Breed, Cheat With Both Hands, etc.).
Munchkin 8: Half Horse, Will Travel
Contents: 77 door cards and 35 treasure cards

First Published: March 2012

The seventh expansion
Munchkin Fairy Dust
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: OOP

The first in a series of "booster packs", cards that benefit players who help each other. The cards are full color (unlike the other base Munchkin cards) with pink and silver glitter ("Fairy Dust") worked into the printing. Munchkin Fairy Dust was recalled because of an issue with the pink foil on the back causing the cards to bend. The publisher released a new, foil-less version in 2010.
Munchkin Waiting For Santa
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: OOP

Booster pack, with a Christmas theme. Cards are in full color, like Fairy Dust, but with red and green "shiny ornament" enhancements. It features Santa Claus and various "Santa" monsters (a new monster type for the game), as well as new Christmas-themed treasures (such as Missile Toe, Fruitcake, and a Santa Hat that gives the player an extra hand). Munchkin Santa was recalled because of an issue with the green foil on the back causing the cards to bend. The publisher released a new, foil-less version in 2010.
Munchkin Marked For Death
Contents: 19 cards

First Published: June 2010

Booster with 17 all-new and 2 corrected cards. The 17 new cards can be used as a demo for the full game or can be added to any Munchkin set. The two corrected cards replace two misprinted cards from More Good Cards.
Munchkin Santa's Revenge
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: October 2010, OOP

Booster. It adds Santa monsters like Harold Angel (as in, HARK!) and the Anti-Clause. It goes especially well with Waiting for Santa, but you do not need WFS to enjoy Santa's Revenge.
Munchkinomicon
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: OOP

Booster. It's the ultimate book of spells, the Munchkinomicon. But beware! If you are not munchkinly enough, the Munchkinomicon will slip away and find a more suitable host. This set includes the Munchkinomicon and 14 of its deviously cheesy spells, like United I Stand, Eldritch Cleaver, and Unnatural Compulsion. The Munchkinomicon will trade owners to someone who dies, discards three cards, successfully curses someone or sacrifices a level.
Munchkin Reloaded!
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First Published: OOP

All your favorite cards have returned: the Race modifiers Dark and High, the class modifier Master, and of course the Reloaded Die (and we threw in an extra one, too!). This set also features the classic card Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies, from the virtual pages of Randy Milholland's hit webcomic Something*Positive.
Munchkin Monster Enhancers
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: OOP

Booster contains 15 new monster enhancer cards. With 13 favorites from More Good Cards, now in full color, plus two brand-new cards, Hollywood and Ultimate, this set is a monster's dream and a player's nightmare.
Munchkin Reindeer Games
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First Published: Novermber 2011

Booster Christmas themed. Reindeer Games is also available as part of the compilation Munchkin Holiday Surprise.
Munchkin Naughty & Nice
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First Published: November 2012

Booster Christmas themed. Naughty & Nice is also available as part of the compilation Munchkin Holiday Surprise.
Munchkin Conan the Barbarian
Contents: 6 door cards and 9 treasure cards

First Published: September 2011

Booster based on the 2011 Conan the Barbarian movie.
Munchkin The Guild
Contents: 8 door cards and 7 treasure cards

First Published: May 2012

Booster based on The Guild, a web series about a group of online gamers.
Munchkin Penny Arcade
Contents: 15 cards

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Booster based on Jerry Holkins' and Mike Krahulik's webcomic Penny Arcade.
Munchkin Dragons
Contents: 15 cards

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Booster focused on dragon Monster cards.
Munchkin Easter Eggs
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: March 2013

Booster with an Easter theme.
Munchkin Tricky Treats
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: October 2013

Booster with a Halloween theme.
Munchkin Skullkickers
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: 2012

Booster based on the Image Comics title Skullkickers.
Munchkin Gets Promoted
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is a 15-card booster consisting of 12 previously released Munchkin Promo Cards and three new cards: "Billiard Ball of Nonexistence", "Get A Head" and "Get Promoted!". Released in December 2013.
Munchkin Princesses
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: August 2014

Booster
Munchkin Holidazed
Contents: 15 cards, a candy-cane-themed Level counter and a set of six Munchkin dice; three red and three green

First Published: November 2014

Booster themed on Christmas. It includes reprints of the 4 bonus cards included in the Munchkin Holiday Surprise set, plus 11 new cards.
Munchkin Love Shark Baby
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First Published: January 2015

Booster themed on Valentine's Day, illustrated by Katie Cook.
Munchkin Kobolds Ate My Baby!
Contents: 15 cards

First Published: February 2015

Booster themed on the Kobolds Ate My Baby! roleplaying game.


Star Munchkin

Star Munchkin
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First Published: 2002

It was the first non-"Fantasy" base version of Munchkin. It parodies science-fiction in general, with an emphasis on the Star Trek and Star Wars franchises. It won the 2002 Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game.[6] Sidekicks are introduced in this game.
Star Munchkin Deluxe
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Star Munchkin 2: The Clown Wars
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is an expansion for Star Munchkin. It introduces Rooms and the Bug Race and the Space Ranger Class. 20th level Epic Munchkin rules are also provided.
Star Munchkin 3: Diplomatic Impunity
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is an expansion for Star Munchkin currently in production. It includes additional Ships, the Ambassador Class and the Veggie Race.[10] It was announced Nov. 24, 2014 with an anticipated release for summer 2015.[11]
Space Ships
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is a booster for Star Munchkin. It introduced Ships (similar to Steeds) to the world of Star Munchkin. Contents 15 cards.


Munchkin Fu

Munchkin Fu
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another standalone version, was released in 2003 and parodies Asian martial arts movies. It introduces a new concept, Styles, which represent different fighting styles the player can use. Munchkin Fu won the 2003 Gamers' Choice Card Game Award.[12] Munchkin Fu was illustrated by Greg Hyland, (creator of Lethargic Lad) in a style inspired by John Kovalic, not by John Kovalic himself.[13] This core set is out of print, although a reprint was recently made available.[14]
Munchkin Fu 2: Monky Business
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an expansion to Munchkin Fu, was released early in 2005. It was also illustrated by Greg Hyland in the same Kovalic-inspired style.[15] This set is out of print.


Munchkin Bites

Munchkin Bites!
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(containing 106 door cards and 52 treasure cards) is the fourth standalone version, released in 2004. It parodies horror role-playing games, such as the games set in the World of Darkness universe, and horror fiction and movies in general.
Munchkin Bites! 2: Pants Macabre
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is an expansion for Munchkin Bites, and was released in late 2005. This set added the Mummy Race.


Super Munchkin

Super Munchkin
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(containing 106 door cards and 62 treasure cards) is the fifth standalone version, released in the summer of 2005 and is a parody on Superhero comics.
Super Munchkin 2: The Narrow S Cape
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is an expansion for Super Munchkin, released in the summer of 2006. The Brain Class was added, and Capes were added as a new type of Treasure.


Munchkin Impossible

Munchkin Impossible
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the sixth standalone version, was released in late 2006 and parodies secret agent stories such as those of Mission: Impossible and James Bond. Besides the usual Classes, each character can have one or more Loyalties during the game. To date, this is the oldest variant of Munchkin to not have expansions made for it.
Munchkin Impossible 2: Munchkins Are Forever
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Munchkin Cthulhu

Munchkin Cthulhu
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the seventh standalone version, released in March 2007, lampoons Lovecraft's Mythos and the horror gaming that surrounds it, summoning classic monsters from outside reality.
Munchkin Cthulhu: Cursed Demo
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the seventh standalone version, released in March 2007, lampoons Lovecraft's Mythos and the horror gaming that surrounds it, summoning classic monsters from outside reality.
Munchkin Cthulhu 2: Call of Cowthulhu
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is an expansion for Munchkin Cthulhu. Released in September 2007, this 56-card set introduces Madness cards (a variation on Curses).
Munchkin Cthulhu 3: The Unspeakable Vault
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is the second 56 card expansion for Munchkin Cthulhu, released in January 2008.
Munchkin Cthulhu 4: Crazed Caverns
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is the third expansion for Munchkin Cthulhu, bringing 20 double-sized dungeon cards that act the same as in Demented Dungeons and 16 standard-sized portal cards.


The Good, The Bad, And The Munchkin

The Good, The Bad, And The Munchkin
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is the eighth standalone version, was released in November 2007, and is meant to make fun of Western and cowboy-themed movies such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
The Good, The Bad, And The Munchkin 2: Beating a Dead Horse
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is a 56-card expansion for The Good, The Bad, and The Munchkin. Released April 2012.


Munchkin Booty

Munchkin Booty
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the ninth standalone game, focuses on pirates and was released in September 2008.[16]
Munchkin Booty 2: Jump the Shark
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is an expansion for Munchkin Booty and was released in March 2009.[17]
Munchkin Booty Fish & Ships
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is a booster for Munchkin Booty and was released in September 2010. It Contents 15 cards.[17]


Munchkin Zombies

Munchkin Zombies
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is the tenth standalone set, and is played as the munchkin being a zombie, the monsters as regular people, and a few rogue zombies thrown in. In place of Races or Classes, Munchkin Zombies have Mojos (Atomic, Plague or Voodoo Zombie) and Powers (Smart, Strong, Fast, etc.). Powers are similar to those used in "Super Munchkin". It has been released in both regular and Deluxe editions; the latter includes a level-tracking gameboard and plastic player pawns with matching double-sided cards to mark the player's gender.
Munchkin Zombies: Deluxe
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Munchkin Zombies 2: Armed & Dangerous
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is an expansion for Munchkin Zombies and was released in mid-2011. It adds a new Patchwork Zombie Mojo to the game.[18]
Munchkin Zombies 3: Hideous Hideouts
Nowhere is safe from you!
This set includes 20 double-sized Dungeon cards for Munchkin Zombies... places where you can find more yummy braaaaaains! Fort Deadly, the Creepy Isolated Cabin of the Dead, ResurrectiCon... you get the idea. And 16 portals, like Breach the Perimeter and Walking in Circles, will keep your band of hungry undead on the move as you hunt for tasty, tasty survivors.

Contents: 20 Hideouts and 16 Doors

First Published: August 2012
Munchkin Zombies 4: Spare Parts
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was released April 2014 and is a 56-card expansion and introduces a new power: Solo.


Munchkin Axe Cop

Munchkin Axe Cop
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the eleventh standalone set, was released in October 2011. Unlike the other genre expansions, it is a licenced spin-off of the Axe Cop webcomic.[19]


Munchkin Conan

Munchkin Conan
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the twelfth standalone set. It is a licenced spin-off of the Conan the Barbarian franchise. The 101 door cards and 67 treasure cards in this 168-card set have the same door and treasure card backs as the original fantasy-themed Munchkin set. It introduces the new Birthright card type (Barbarian and Noble) and four new Races (Cimmerian, Stygian, Kushite, and Zamoran). Released in June 2012.[20]


Munchkin Apocalypse

Munchkin Apocalypse
It's the end of the world!
In Munchkin Apocalypse, every possible natural (and unnatural) disaster has happened . . . or will happen during the game. You are a rugged survivor in a world full of people -- and things -- that want to kill you and take your stuff. So do it to them first!
This set introduces four new classes and a new, yet eerily familiar, card type: Disasters! There's also a new way to end the game. You can reach Level 10, like always... or you can open seven seals!
Featuring a guest Monster from Ethan Nicolle (axe Cop, Bearmageddon).

Contents: and 12 seals

First Published: November 2012 The thirteenth standalone set.
Munchkin Apocalypse 2: Sheep Impact
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is a 106-card expansion and introduces a new class: Daredevil. Released May 2014.
Munchkin Apocalypse: Mars Attacks!
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a licensed spin-off of the 1962 Topps trading card set of the same name, is a 15-card booster for Munchkin Apocalypse, featuring additional Doors, Treasures and Seals. Released January 2014.


Munchkin Legends

Munchkin Legends
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is the fourteenth stand-alone set with a similar theme to the original, based on myths and legends. It was released as an exclusive for Target stores following the chain's agreement to carry Munchkin products, but has since been made available for sale at other outlets.
Munchkin Legends: Deluxe
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Munchkin Legends 2: Faun & Games
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is a 56-card expansion that adds a new race, Faun. Released August 2014.
Munchkin Legends 3: Myth Prints
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is a 56-card expansion that adds a new class, Gladiator. Released October 2014.


Munchkin Pathfinder

Munchkin Pathfinder
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Munchkin Pathfinder: Deluxe
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is the fifteenth stand-alone set, released in full in late October 2013. It was soft-released at GenCon 2013. This is a licensed spin-off of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.[22] It has been released in both regular and Deluxe editions; the latter includes a level-tracking gameboard and player standees.
Munchkin Pathfinder: Gobsmacked!
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is a 15-card booster for Munchkin Pathfinder, consisting mostly of additional Goblin-based cards.


Munchkin Adventure Time

Munchkin Adventure Time
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is based on the Adventure Time series from Cartoon Network. It was announced at GenCon 2013 for a 2014 release [23] and will be distributed in conjunction with USAopoly, who hold the current overall game license for the show. [24] The set adds double-sided Character Cards for each of the eight AT Main Characters and their "fan fiction" counterparts (depending on if the player using it is male or female), each of which bestows an additional unique rule for the player using it. The set was released August 2014.
Munchkin Adventure Time 2: It's a Dungeon Crawl!
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is an expansion planned for release in Spring 2015. The expansion was announced at Gen Con 2014, and will also be a co-release with USAopoly. No details on the size of the expansion or any additional card types was released.[25]


Munchkin Steampunk

Munchkin Steampunk
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Munchkin Steampunk is based on the genre of steampunk adventure. The artwork for the set will be done by Phil Foglio. The set is scheduled for release in 2015. [26] The set will release in July in a retailer kit with 3 copies and 72 promo cards. It will be available through Warehouse 23 and other online retailers in September. [27]


Additional Munchkin Expansions

Epic Munchkin
Contents: Epic Munckin Rulebook

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Munchkin Level Playing Field includes a level board for Epic! is a set of rules for playing up to level 20 for all the Munchkin games. Players that reach the higher levels [10-19] gain 'Epic Powers' for each race and class (these powers are lost if the player is reduced to level 9 or lower). It is free, and can be downloaded as a PDF from the Munchkin website.
Munchkin Level Playing Field
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Munchkin Level Playing Field is a miniaturized version of the gameboard included in the Munchkin Deluxe base game, sized to fit in the standard size regular release Munchkin box. It includes 12 cardboard markers--six for the players to use on the board an six matching "+1 bonuses" for each player--and four additional cards (one Door and three Trasures). The board also has a flipside graphic allowing for Epic Munchkin play to Level 20. A similar mini-board called Munchkin Board of Health has been produced. It is a double-sided board for use with either Munchkin Cthulhu or Munchkin Zombies, and includes 24 cardboard markers (2 sets of 12 for each game, in similar fashion to the Level Playing Field markers) and eight extra cards (four for each game).
Munchkin Holiday Surprise
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Munchkin Holiday Surprise is a compilation box containing the cards from all four Christmas-themed boosters (Waiting for Santa, Santa's Revenge, Reindeer Games, and Naughty & Nice), two Christmas-themed cards from the Warehouse 23 boosters, two Christmas-themed promotional cards, and a Christmas-themed level counter. It was originally a Barnes & Noble exclusive release, but was then released for general sales. [3]
Munchkin Blender
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Munchkin Blender was a special set released in response to players combining the different versions of Munchkin. It was an expansion sized set of cards designed to enhance this type of game, in which a player could be an elven/mutant bounty hunter/ninja or a dwarven samurai. Also provided are rules for playing to the 20th level, also known as Epic Munchkin. The Blender pack of cards was not required in order to mix two or more different standalone versions together. It has since been replaced by Cheat With Both Hands and is out of print.
Munchkin Game Changers
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Munchkin Game Changers is a package exclusive to Barnes & Noble stores. It Contents all of the cards from the Fairy Dust, Munchkinomicon, Monster Enhancers and Reloaded! booster packs. As a bonus, they've included the cards from Munchkin Fairy Dust Dice and two big sparkly pink dice to go with them, plus four cards formerly only available directly from Steve Jackson Games. This set also introduces new Fairy Dust and Munchkinomicon-themed level counters.
Munchkin Boxes of Holding
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Munchkin Boxes of Holding. Cardboard boxes to store cards in, but came with one unique Door and one unique Treasure card. A new "Boxes of Holding 2" set, which adds a third box for Dungeons and three new cards (one each Door, Treasure and Dungeon), was released in September 2013. [28] Similar box sets have been made available for Munchkin Zombies ("Meat Lockers") and Munchkin Cthulhu ("Crypts of Concealment").
Munchkin Meat Lockers
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Where do zombies store those tasty, tasty brains? Right here! The Munchkin Zombies Meat Lockers are sturdy cardboard boxes, one for Doors and one for Treasures, big enough to hold 500 Munchkin cards apiece! Bonus: This set includes two new Munchkin Zombies cards! Mmmm . . . more brains!
Munchkin Cthulhu Crypts Of Concealment
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The eldritch secrets of Munchkin Cthulhu deserve a special hiding place! The Munchkin Cthulhu Crypts of Concealment are sturdy cardboard, sized to hold 500 Munchkin cards apiece! One is labeled Doors, and one is for Treasures. Bonus: Two new Munchkin Cthulhu cards that are unique to this set!
Munchkin Duck Of Doom
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You should know better than to pick up a duck in a dungeon . . . but since you probably aren't in a dungeon right now, cuddle our plush Duck of Doom without fear! Includes two new Munchkin cards and a zippered pouch for storing your treasures!
Munchkin Duck of Gloom
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Why does the Duck of Gloom look so perky? He comes with a new Munchkin card and, by special arrangement with Atlas Games, a new Munchkin-flavored Gloom card as well! Plus a zippered pouch to hide all your hopes and dreams from an uncaring world. Or to keep your keys in. Whatever.
Munchkin—Go Up A Level
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includes cards across the existing sets that were revised for the May 2010 "19th printing", meant to clarify rules and make play easier. The 132 cards included in the set are intended to replace cards from the original Munchkin set and its expansions that had errors, inconsistencies or that required clarification. The full list of updated cards and the sets they were originally published in can be found at the World of Munchkin site on this page. Munchkin came out in 2001. Since then, we've published eight more core games and over a dozen expansion sets. We've learned a lot in the last nine years, and new printings of Munchkin and its sequels will change some cards for clarity or balance. But we don't expect our fans to buy their Munchkin collection all over again. Instead, we created Munchkin: Go Up a Level. This box contains 132 updated cards. They span every Munchkin set except Munchkin 6 Demented Dungeons, Munchkin Dice, and the Fairy Dust and Waiting for Santa boosters . . . none of which needs any updating.
Munchkin Quest
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Munchkin Quest: The Munchkin Boardgame Kill the monster, grab the treasure, stab your buddy. That's what it's all about. Now Munchkin Quest brings you a giant full-color dungeon, never the same twice, full of monsters and loot. Cooperate with your fellow munchkins to destroy the big monsters and split their stuff . . . or go your own way and keep all the loot. When you open a door, you add a new room to the dungeon, and you meet a new monster. It could be the Potted Plant - or the Plutonium Dragon! Kill them or run away, but beware - the monsters can move, too, and they may come after you! Every room in the dungeon has its own special effects. Some are good, some are bad, and some depend on your character type. If you wander far enough, you might find a room that gives you bonuses for both your Class and Race. Some rooms even offer you a Deal! The Hospital, for instance, gives munchkins a cheap place to heal up. And even if there isn't a Deal, you can search for treasure. Gather magic items and gold to power up your munchkin, but the One True Goal is . . . Levels! Reach Level 10, and then try to get out alive. You'll need to fight your way past the Boss Monster, but that shouldn't be a problem. After all, it's only level 20 . . . This Game Includes 200 Cards, 27 Health Tokens, 69 Gold Pieces, 12 Dropped Item Tokens, 15 Move Tokens, 12 Search Result Tokens, 4 Level Counters, 4 Plastic Munchkins, 12 Monster Bases, 24 Room Tiles, 1 Entrance Tile, 73 Links, 38 Monster Standies, 8 6-Sided Dice, 1 10-Sided Die, 1 six-colored Monster Die, and the 20-page rulebook.
Munchkin Quest 2 - Looking for Trouble
Contents: 100 Cards, 37 Tokens, 17 Gold Pieces, 2 Level Counters, 2 Munchkins, 6 Monster Bases, 9 Room Tiles 27 Links, 13 Monster Standies, 4 6-Sided dice, rules

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Trouble Is Good! Trouble means gold. Trouble means leveling up. And now you can look for trouble with up to six players. More help against the monsters! More friends to backstab! More competition for the loot! Whoops, forget we said that last bit. And now the dungeon has Traps. Axes and arrows, flames and falling rocks . . . Maybe you can dodge. Maybe you can push your buddy in front of you. Explore 18 new rooms . . . the Tomb Room! The Doom Room! The Chamber of Horrors! If you survive, spend your gold at Ye Swankie Donjon Shoppe . . . or Ye Cheape Donjon Shoppe, if you're not picky. Shake off those pesky monsters in the Sun Room, and get healed at the Temple of Generic Niceness. And new monsters! Flee the stomping power of Bigfoot! Fear the tiny terror that is the Fright Sprite! Fight the sticky menace of the Gummi Golem! Plus more weapons, scrolls, and potions to equip your character, new curses to inflict on your fellow munchkins, and a new kind of passageway that lets you grab gold between rooms.
Munchkin Quest: Portal Kombat
Contents: 10 cards, 24 links, and a rulesheet in a hangtag bag.

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Go Ahead, Split the Party! Portals are magical gates between rooms. With the 24 Portal links and 10 new cards in this set, you can move to the other side of the dungeon in the blink of an eye or stay where you are and throw potions across the board! You can play this with just the original Munchkin Quest game or add in Munchkin Quest 2: Looking for Trouble for extra mayhem!
Munchkin Panic
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The Munchkin Monsters have invaded the Castle Panic Towers and are on the rampage! Anne-Marie De Witt has designed a crazy, clever, and addictive new game based on designs by Justin De Witt (Castle Panic) and Steve Jackson (Munchkin) in what is a semi-cooperative game of all-for-one meets all-for-me! Players combine cards to hit Monsters before they destroy the Castle. Each defeated Monster becomes a Trophy and gives up its Treasure to the victor. If players work together to defeat the Monsters, they up their chances of survival and the player with the highest point count becomes the Master Munchkin. However, if players get too greedy, the Monsters will stomp the Castle to the ground while players are busy fighting over Treasure! Two worlds collide in this game of hopeful, desperate, and addictive twists featuring the iconic Munchkin art by John Kovalic and the innovative play design of Fireside Games and Steve Jackson Games.
Munchkin Triple Play: Set 1
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Triple Play Set 1 includes: Naughty & Nice: Add some holiday spirit to your Munchkin game! Skullkickers: The hit Image comic comes to Munchkin! Fish & Ships: More Ships and more Sharks for Munchkin Booty!
Munchkin Triple Play: Set 2
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Triple Play Set 2 includes: Easter Eggs: Bunnies and chocolate and monsters and treasure! Penny Arcade: The hit webcomic comes to Munchkin! Space Ships: Just what every Star Munchkin needs: Ships!
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Halloween Pack
Munchkin Dice is a supplement which Contents six oversized 10-sided dice. The dice are designed for use as level counters. Also included are 14 cards for the original Munchkin (Race/Class modifiers, most notably) and rules for rolling a Munchkin die for random game benefits. This item is now out of print, but the cards were reissued in the Reloaded! booster. In 2013, six new Munchkin Dice were released for individual sale through Warehouse 23.
Exclusive Warehouse 23 Munchkin Boosters are, as their name proclaims, exclusive sets of cards covering most of the Munchkin versions; available only from SJGames' "Warehouse 23" online store or from Steve Jackson representatives at shows and conventions. The original pack was released in 2010 (10 cards, 9 new and a color reprint of the promo 'Pegasus Steed'), with four more packs being released in 2011 (17 cards), 2012 (19 cards), 2013 (15 cards), and 2014 (22 cards).
Munchkin Gloom