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Release Date: Mar 6, 2015

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This content requires the base game Talisman: Digital Edition on Steam in order to play.

Buy Talisman: Digital Edition Season Pass

Includes all future DLC as described in the Season Pass page.

Buy Talisman: Digital Edition - Gold Pack

Includes Talisman Digital Edition, Talisman Prologue, and all future DLC as described in the Season Pass.


About This Content

Please note that all of the below DLC items will be available separately

This Season Pass contains the following -

The Reaper - expansion pack OUT NOW

A shadow has fallen across the countryside. Death himself wanders the land. Can the heroes fulfil their epic quests with the spectre of the Grim Reaper hounding their every move?

The Reaper expansion adds;
4 Characters
90 Adventure Cards
26 Spell Cards
12 Warlock Quest Cards
and the Grim Reaper, a dark figure that players manipulate against each other.

Runestone Cards - Complete Deck OUT NOW

A complete set of Runestone cards, which give your Talisman characters extra abilities, for use in online and offline game modes.

Important note - These Runestone cards can be unlocked through normal game progression.

Designed to speed up a game of Talisman, and also make your characters more powerful, Runestones are cards which you can attach to your characters to give them the advantage over their opponents.

The Frostmarch - expansion pack OUT NOW

A continent of ice dominates the horizon...
It is the Frostmarch, brought here across the northern waters by the Ice Queen. Armed with the Crown of Command, she is transforming the realm into a desolate, frozen wasteland.
Can you overcome the raging storms and strange creatures that inhabit this bitter land? Will your blood freeze when you behold the Ice Queen’s cold, cruel gaze?
The Frostmarch expansion offers 3 Alternative Ending Cards – including a final climactic battle with the Ice Queen!

The Frostmarch expansion adds;
4 Characters
84 Adventure Cards
3 Alternate Endings
24 Warlock Quest Cards
20 Spell Cards

Dungeon - expansion pack OUT NOW

The Dungeon adds a new Region to the game for heroes to explore.
A new board section and over 100 new cards bring this subterranean realm vividly to life. Five brand-new characters – the formidable Gladiator, noble Amazon, dashing Swashbuckler, enigmatic Gypsy, and sagacious Philosopher – offer fantastic new playing experiences.
Brave untold dangers, and discover what lies in the darkness beneath the world of Talisman!

The Dungeon expansion adds;
5 Characters
1 new board section
128 Dungeon Cards
10 Adventure Cards
10 Treasure Cards
20 Spell Cards

The Highland - expansion pack OUT NOW

Do you have what it takes to brave the Highland? All sorts of perils await you in those daunting peaks. Tread carefully, brave adventurers...
The Eagle King stirs.
The Highland adds a new Region to the game for heroes to explore. A new map board and over 100 new cards bring this mountainous realm vividly to life, while six brand-new characters offer fantastic new playing experiences.
Climb as high as you dare, and lay claim to the unimaginable wealth that awaits atop the tallest peak in the world of Talisman!

The Highland expansion adds;
6 Characters
1 new board section
142 Highland Cards
12 Adventure Cards
3 Alternate Endings
10 Spell Cards

The Sacred Pool OUT NOW

The Sacred Pool brings new excitement and tension to your quest for the Crown of Command! Four new playable characters join the race for power, and never-before-seen Alternate Ending cards ensure ample replayability. Meanwhile, Stable cards bring you useful equestrian followers, and Quest Reward cards give new incentives to complete the perilous Warlock Quests!

The Sacred Pool adds;
4 Characters
72 Adventure Cards
3 Alternate Endings
24 Quest Reward Cards
12 Stables Cards
16 Spell Cards

The City OUT NOW

The City provides those who live within it a chance to pursue their lives with a modicum of safety and comfort. However, though the outside world is kept outside, any alert adventurer strolling through the City Gate will feel the tension humming in the air.

The City, a new Region expansion board for Talisman, provides players with three alternative endings, its own deck, a host of shops for all your questing needs, and six new characters. Collect bounties listed on the Wanted Posters at the City Gate and fill your pockets with gold before doing some serious spending. Secure a steed from the Stables, pick up Pets or Potions, or head to the Armoury and the Magic Emporium.

The City adds;
6 Characters
1 new board section
82 City Cards
3 Alternate Endings
12 Armoury Cards
16 Magic Emporium Cards
12 Pet Cards
16 Potion Cards
8 Stables Cards

The Nether Realm OUT NOW

Can you survive the Nether Realm?
The Nether Realm, where the most terrible beasts of fairy tales and nightmares live, once threatened to swallow up the world of men. Legends say that, thousands of years ago, a mighty wizard sealed the Nether Realm in a great golden box. But now, the box has been opened. The denizens of the Nether Realm are free to cross into this world and plunge those brave few who seek the Crown of Command into a living nightmare!
This expansion features three new alternative endings using Nether Cards, an exciting new deck of Adventure cards designed to challenge even the hardiest of adventurers!

The Nether Realm adds;
36 Nether Cards
3 Alternative Ending Cards

The Blood Moon OUT NOW

The Blood Moon adds a gripping layer of gothic horror to your quest for the Crown of Command. In addition to a host of new challenges, The Blood Moon introduces two engaging mechanics: time alternates between “Day” and “Night,” and a bloodthirsty Werewolf prowls the land. The new Time Card flips between its Day and Night sides to indicate the inexorable passage of time, introducing a range of engaging new game effects depending on its status. Meanwhile, a horrifying Werewolf preys on Adventurers who wander into his hunting grounds.

The Blood Moon expansion adds;
3 Characters
111 Adventure Cards
10 Spell Cards
1 Time Card
6 Lycanthrope Cards
3 Alternative Endings
1 Werewolf

The following expansion packs are not yet available and will be added to the Season Pass when released...

The Dragon

Three new Draconic Lords vie for rulership of the Firelands – Varthrax, Cadorus, and Grilipus. Talisman grows more dangerous as they struggle to claim dominance over their territory and the Crown of Command.
The Dragon expansion offers players even more choices and strategic challenges, including a new, dual-sided Inner Region for their heroes to conquer. The alternate sides allow you to face familiar terrain along a path that requires all new tactics, or to venture into the Dragon Tower, where a hero’s every step meets opposition by the Dragon King’s minions and leads him ever closer to an ultimate confrontation with the Dragon King, himself.
The Dragon brings the Draconic Lords and their legions of dragons to life with over 300 new cards and tokens, and six new characters are introduced.
Any hero who dares confront the Dragon King must be prepared for an epic battle!

The Dragon expansion adds;
6 Characters
1 new double-sided board section
168 Dragon Cards
3 Alternate Endings

The Firelands

The Ifrit – legendary beings, once enslaved to create the Crown of Command – have returned to exact vengeance upon the land of Talisman. Even as you quest to seize the Crown of Command, the Ifrit wage war against you and your fellow players, burning precious cards away and setting the land itself ablaze in a furious inferno. Can you escape their flames and triumph over the Ifrit? Only the greatest of heroes will rise above the fire and defeat the newest threat to the land.

The Firelands adds;
81 Adventure Cards
18 Spell Cards
20 Terrain Cards
3 Alternative Endings
4 Characters

The Woodland

Journey to the realm of the fae in The Woodland! In this expansion, you can walk your own path through the Woodland corner, encountering strange new creatures, events, and dangers. At the end of your path, a meeting with destiny awaits, transforming your character’s future and developing your story further.

Even more waits beneath the boughs of the Woodland, however. Redesigned rules for fate tokens allow you to either help yourself or interfere with others, and your fate will shape many of your interactions within the groves and glades of the Woodland.

The Woodlands adds;
A new corner section, depicting the wilds of the Woodland
5 characters
3 alternative endings
Nearly 150 new cards to bring the Woodland alive

The Harbinger

This expansion introduces the Harbinger, a mysterious figure of prophecy and doom who wanders the realm, with destruction following everywhere he walks. As the demons and plagues of the new Harbinger deck wreak havoc throughout Talisman, three new powerful characters seek the Crown of Command. That quest becomes more dangerous than ever before: cursed followers lie in wait for fresh prey, flames descend from the darkened skies, and the dead crawl from their tombs.

Four new Omen decks reveal the changing and dire effects of impending doom, counting down to its arrival. Terrain cards abruptly transform the ground beneath characters' feet, changing deserts into bogs, or farmland into ruins. You'll have to navigate these obstacles and numerous others if you want to seize victory before time runs out for the entire realm – and the true apocalypse begins.

The Harbinger adds;
The Harbinger figure and accompanying Harbinger deck
Three more characters seek the Crown of Command
Four Omen decks each unleash a unique scenario of doom
Terrain cards transform the landscape of the realm
Two apocalypse-themed alternate endings

The Cataclysm

Decades ago an apocalypse destroyed the world, wrecking its cities, ravaging the land, and devastating the population. Now, after more than a generation, a new age dawns with The Cataclysm. People are returning to establish settlements, nature is evolving in bizarre, unprecedented ways, and traces of the former civilization can be found everywhere. This is a time of chaos and possibility, of challenges and heroism.

The Cataclysm introduces a new main board that opens up a reinvented, post-apocalyptic realm for your exploration. Those brave enough to inhabit this world are brought to life in the Denizens deck, while the Remnants deck fills spaces with lost treasures, broken artifacts, and the lingering after-effects of the apocalypse. Five more characters now seek the Crown of Command, including the Black Knight who once menaced the Middle Region, and four alternative endings shape your quests in this ever-changing world.


A whole host of new characters will be added to the game over time, offering new ways to play.
Exorcist - OUT NOW
Devil's Minion - OUT NOW
Genie - OUT NOW
Courtesan - OUT NOW
Martyr - OUT NOW
Black Witch - OUT NOW
Gambler - OUT NOW
Apprentice Mage - OUT NOW
Martial Artist
Witch Doctor
And many more!

Please note that the Shaman character is NOT included in the Season Pass.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
    • OS: 10.8
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256MB Video Memory
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
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83 of 91 people (91%) found this review helpful
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Posted: August 22, 2015
I absolutely recommend the Season Pass for anyone who loves Talisman: Digital Edition. It will give you access to all DLC with the exception of one character, the proceeds of which go to support a charity. Because of negative reviews, concerning the changing of the season pass description, I'll break my review into two parts.

Part One: Playability of DLC included with the Season Pass
Love it. My favorite has to be the alternate endings, however, the new characters and places are all good. If you enjoy Talisman: Digital Edition, you will also enjoy expansion packs and new characters.

Part Two: Change in Season Pass description
I definitely understand the point of view of those that have complained about the change in the description of the season pass. I had the same concerns. It's not about begrudging the charity, or that $1.99 is that big of deal, it's the idea that if they change the wording once, they could do it again. So I wrote Nomad Games and received a very prompt reply from the Director, Carl Jackson. After reading his reply, I now understand that Nomad was only trying to help out a very good charity, and found themselves in a bad position. If they included the Shaman in the season pass it would have cut heavily into the benefits for the charity. They also could not provide the Shaman to users who purchased the season pass before the change in wording because they are not given user information, so the company has no way of determining who those users might be. So in light of the following facts:
1. 100% of the proceeds from the Shaman character go to the charity.
2. Currently released materials represent $52.84 and as soon as the City is released the total will be $63.81, more than the $59.99 cost of the season pass.
3. The prompt reply from Nomad about my concerns.
4. The fact that on the Nomad website you can purchase the Shaman character for less if the cost is an issue for you.
I feel that the Season Pass is still a great deal and that the Nomad company is committed to creating a great product for their customers as well as being a good corporate citizen by supporting worthwhile charities.
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31 of 40 people (78%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Posted: January 10, 2015
This is a good deal, regardless of what its price is at the time. As some have presented, being unable to earn the runestones is a bit of a downside as the only house rules regarding runestones are "use them" and "don't use them".

You'll easily spend over $60 buying a physical copy of Talisman, and a mini-expansion, USED. Still worth the value for the physical game.

With the Season Pass you never have to be concerned with buying expansions separately. Please avoid asking "when is such and such expansion coming out" on the Digital Edition forums. Come to the store page and click the "More" link.

Each expansion is added automatically when it becomes available, and a menu button is added to the Expansion and Rules screen so you can select the bits you want to use.
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17 of 21 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: May 17, 2015
The DLC definitely gives the Digital Edition a lot of depth. Remember to enable the content in the settings, otherwise you will think you do not have access to this expanded content.
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24 of 35 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: October 11, 2014
Great Game. If you played the old school board game and liked it, you'll love this version.
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23 of 34 people (68%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Posted: March 12, 2015
If you buy this season pass, you'll get everything, released or not. Instead of dropping over 60 bucks later, drop it right here if you like this game

And for all the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t in the negative section of the review, all of you are idiots for dismissing a chance to pay for charity and still get in-game content
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24 of 38 people (63%) found this review helpful
16 people found this review funny
Posted: March 6, 2015
If you're buying Talisman: Digital Edition, you must get this season pass. It will open up whole new worlds and completely change your gameplay. NOT owning the season pass would be like staying in the same town you were born in your entire life.
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14 of 21 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: November 18, 2015
I don't understand the hate. No, they did not change any rules. People bashing on Season Pass not including characters need to get some facts straight. First it is only one character, which has special badge and description that follows:
** Nomad Games is donating its revenue from sales of this character pack to the UK charity SpecialEffect ** . This is the reason why it was sold separately. It was a charity action.

Nevertheless all DLC are looking good so far and I highly reccomend the Season Pass, even though it price might look a little steep.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Posted: April 28
I picked this up when it was heavily discounted and I regret nothing. I constantly look forward to the new content released for this and even if I had paid full price for the Season Pass I'd say I've definitely got my money's worth, especially considering I intend to play more and more as the new content gets released. At first I was a little unsure when the one character was released outside of the Season Pass itself, but it was a minor infraction, and on their official site I picked up said character at a reduced price so I'm not left in a sour mood in the slightest.

If you have Talisman: Digital Edition and enjoy it greatly, but just want more from it, then invest in the Season Pass if it's in your budget, else wait for a big sale to go on and pick it up then. The amount of content it adds to the game, and knowing it's only going to add more is almost overwhelming.
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13 of 21 people (62%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: June 8, 2015
Absolute must have content addition for Talisman. The sooner you buy the Season Pass - the more you save.
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
Posted: September 14, 2015
The season pass for talisman digital edition is definitly worth it. You get all the content added later with the exception of a character made for charity. While the price may seem a bit high, the cost of buying each of these dlcs separately would be a lot more money. While the character packs are nice, the dlc expansions are a lot more fun. Each one adds new ways to change the game in fun ways. If you like talisman digital edition, then i recommend the season pass.
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Posted: July 2
No brainer, if you are going to get Talisman then get this.
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Posted: April 10
Note: This review is subject to change when/if the developers get off their asses and create a stable release schedule.

7 Months on, season pass has not been updated.

Until the developers get into a proper release schedule, this review will be negative. I love the game itself, however having bought the season pass and expecting releases as promised, they have essentially abandoned this version of the game to focus on "Horus Heresy" and their other versions.

The next DLC at time of writing should have taken 1-2 months minimum, adding a tiny section and very little else to the board (No new cards, characters, anything other than a new ending) So far it has taken 6-7 months.
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Posted: April 9
Don't let the people ♥♥♥♥♥ing about the whole "they are excluding dlc from the season pass" ♥♥♥♥. It was ONE character that was specifically made for a charity for disabled children (jusr goes to show how selfish the pieces of ♥♥♥♥ in this community are)....

The expansions add a HUGE amount of extra fun and excitement to the base game, I wish i could do a neutral review though because after YEARS the devs have yet to deliver even HALF of the dlc promised in this season pass, yet apparently have enough ♥♥♥♥ing time to make an entire new game.
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Posted: December 25, 2015
All these negative reviewers need to calm their tatas. "NO! HOW DARE THEY PUT MORE CONTENT IN THE GAME OUTSIDE OF THE SEASON PASS AND MAKE US PAY THEM MORE MONEY!" The only thing I've seen so far is the Shaman. Which to be honest is kind of lame since the description of the pass is ment to include EVERYTHING that releases including characters. HOWEVER, I really dont see it as a big deal. It is a miniscule amount of money for the Shaman whom from what I understand had to be modified from the original rules of the board game to be able to work properly in the digital version. Hence the reason why he wasn't included. Its a dumb excuse, but I can see the semi reasoning. It's not that big of a deal and some of these review I see are acting like this single instance makes Nomad the anti-christ and scum of the earth.

If you got the base game and enjoy it, then get this. It's good and adds a staggering amount of content to the game and will eventually add even MORE in the form of what appears to be 5 more expansions at the time of this review. I grabbed the gold edition for myself gave the extra copies I got to my friends. All of us had never played Talisman before and we spent a good 2+ hours playing on our first session and hadn't made it over the river into the inner area! So if you are a fan of medeival fantasy, and board games then you will most likely enjoy this.
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Posted: October 29, 2015
If you like Talisman, I would strongly recommend getting it. The sooner you do it, the more you'll save later. Concerning situation with Shaman character, I personally (after reading Nomad's response and assessing whole situation) willing to forgive. Mistakes happen, and it's your ability to understand them and take lesson from is important (IMHO, of course).
P.S.: I bought Shaman separately and don't regret it =)
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Posted: September 21, 2015
Talisman has been the Steam game I've recommended the most in the past. Going forward I won't recommend it at all. This makes me said but I'm now giving the Season Pass a NO vote. I don't care about the Shaman DLC one way or the other. I do care about being lied to though and the implication with the new wording that they can make any future DLC excuded from the Season Pass.
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