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Gary Tanner
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Out of the print on demand expansions, which ones are your favorites? What adventures are especially good? What do you like about them?

I own 3 of the expansions right now, but I've only played one of them so far and haven't really read up on the others. Just curious about what other people like and why.
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Nicola Zee
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House of Fears
Good atmosphere
Good theme (1920's film)
Good narrative
Reasonably balanced (except for one objective)
Does not drag on to long (usually about 2 hours)
No instant death

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Jarek W
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I own them all and most fun for me to play were: Mansions of Madness: The Yellow Sign and mentioned above Mansions of Madness: House of Fears.
Both introduce some unique mechanics, which add something new to well known base game.

Mansions of Madness: Season of the Witch apart from having two separate maps is pretty much similar to vanila game scenarios, just like Mansions of Madness: The Silver Tablet and Mansions of Madness: ‘Til Death Do Us Part.
And it seems to me the Silver Tablet has most wasted potential, it could be thrilling adventure, but it's more combat oriented.

Well, I don't regret buying any of those Print on Demand expansions, better or worse, all were fun to play, because all were ... Mansions of Madness! Mwahahahaha!!!
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