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Waldo's Weekly - Love is a Battlefield


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Hey Wyrdos!
Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and that means chocolate, flowers, and candle-lit dinners. For everyone except us, of course. Waldo has proclaimed himself our office Cupid. We’ve been dodging his crossbow bolts all week; only those chalky candy hearts have been able to keep him occupied. He’s currently crunching away at a handful, so we have a little bit of time to take part in the festivities:


Ah, star-crossed love. Is there anything more beautifully tragic? Technically yes, as this new Scheme for Malifaux is sure to set hearts aflutter (and make them go still quickly after). Lover’s Dilemma can be added to any Scheme Pool, so you can be sure to have a Valentine’s Day massacre wherever you are.

How Lover’s Dilemma becomes part of the Scheme pool is intentionally left open-ended. If you’d like to add this only if a Joker is flipped, or replace a Scheme that you don’t particularly enjoy, feel free! Just make sure that both players are ready for the holiday-themed fun.

To download the Lover’s Dilemma Scheme, just click this link!


Half-price candy is always good, but love potions are even better! This free Through the Breach Augment lets you introduce Aphrodina Trott, a strange but enthusiastic peddler of love potions. Most of these drinks are just tasty, but some have a peculiar bit of magic-infused into them. Have the Fated take a drink and see what happens!

To download this Augment and use it in your next adventure, just click this link here!
That’s all for this week, Wyrdos. Enjoy the festivities and get some good games in over the weekend. We need to restock on candy hearts and boxes of chocolate; the cardboard has been helpful in keeping Waldo’s ‘bolts of love’ from causing much more than a few flesh wounds…

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On 2/16/2020 at 3:02 PM, StefMcGlen said:

1. can the scheme be added to the app in some capacity. It’s cool, I like it.


Please have it added. It seems like a great scheme that could fit quite well into regular play. I know you can't fit every and all story schemes, but this one appears to be quite useful and more generic than most. 

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