This is a pre-order of the Expanded Acquaintance Expansion PDF Bundle. This bundle includes 4 expansions for Good Society, 2 mini-expansions, and a guide to hacking the game.
If you order this bundle you will instantly receive:
- Pride, Prejudice and Practical Magics PDF
- Sense, Sensibility and Swordsmanship PDF
- Downstairs at the Abbey PDF
- Emma, Forget Me Not PDF
- The Fae Courts Mini-Expansion PDF
- Swords, Magic and Servant Deck of Cards PDF
You will also receive by May 2020
- Lady Susan P.I. Mini-Expansion PDF
- Guide to Hacking Good Society
- All additional cards
This includes the 40 Secret Desire and Relationship cards for use with all these expansions of the game, as well as 65 Non-Player Gentry Cards across both expansion.
Please note, the base game of Good Society is required to play.
This pre-order is due for release in May 2020.
More about the Expansions
Pride, Prejudice and Practical Magics
As part of this campaign, backers unlocked and voted for a re-theme of Good Society. The winner was Pride, Prejudice and Practical Magics, inspired by fiction such as Jonathon Strange and Mr Norrell, Shades of Milk and Honey, and Sorcery and Cecelia.
In it, characters will take on new roles, desires, and relationships as they struggle with prophecies, glamour and incantations, all while maintaining an impeccable reputation, and finding a suitable match.
Sense, Sensibility and Swordsmanship
This re-theme pays homage to works such as the Scarlet Pimpernel, Zorro, and Sovay.
The key focus of the theme is on double lives – with each character having their regular Good Society play materials and concerns, as well as additional play materials that represent their secret bad-ass persona.
Materials from Good Society and both re-themes are completely compatible, which means, if you want sword fighting AND magic AND advantageous marriages now you can!
Downstairs at the Abbey
While those upstairs concern themselves with displays of wealth and the pursuit of marriage, what is happening downstairs? Inspired by Downton Abbey, Longbourn, and Girl with a Pearl Earring, this addition to Good Society explores the lives of servants as they deal with drama of their own. Tell stories of heartbreak and ambition in a world far harsher than genteel society can understand.
In this expansion you will tell two parallel stories of upstairs and downstairs, which cross and entangle in unexpected ways. Do you make compromises to move up the household ranks? Can you stand steadfast when your family depends on your wages?
Emma, Forget Me Not
Our duty and business call us away from the ones we love. To trade, to war, to pursue promotions or opportunities. And yet we never forget those we parted from.
Emma, Forget Me Not, is an expansion created to tell sprawling stories about the rise and fall of fortunes and careers, and the bittersweet taste of longing. Pursue a naval career, start a merchant empire, or represent the crown abroad. As you track your fortunes and failures, you will also explore changing relationships, from lost loves, to broken friendships and lasting feuds. When it’s time to return home, will those you loved still be who you remember?
The Fae Courts Mini-Expansion
In the Faerie Kingdom, Fae fight an endless struggle for power. The courts of Summer, Winter, Spring and Autumn locked in a contest for dominance as secrets, oaths, and powerful magics seethe below the surface. Above them all, the Queen reigns supreme with unknowable desires of her own.
In this mini-expansion, play as ambitious members of one of the four courts, scheming for power. Or play a mortal pulled into the Fae realm, lost in a web of promises, enchantments, and dark secrets. Beware what you touch, you eat, you speak, you hear. For none return from this place unchanged.
Lady Susan P.I Mini-Expansion
Of the twenty guests at Hennly Manor, twelve are old money. Eight are good marriage prospects, four have impeccable connections. And one, is a dead body.
Everyone has a motive, everyone an opportunity, but only one did this bloody deed. Unravel secrets and uncover the murderer before you find yourself accused of a crime you didn’t commit. Or a crime you did.