Asmodee Seasons Path of Destiny

The battle between the kingdom's most powerful sorcerers rages on, as each is convinced of his glorious triumph. Master fickle fate, command new and exciting magic and claim your rightful title as ruler of the Path of Destiny! Path of Desti...ny is the second expansion for Seasons and adds new powers, enchantments, special abilities and the powerful Die of Destiny. New combinations and brilliant strategies await your discovery. Act fast to claim the exclusive promo card found only in the first printing. Note: This is not a standalone game. You must have the Seasons base game in order to play this expansion. Read More

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$448.95 $359.16 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Limestone 6-Person 3-Season Tent isn't really something you want toss on your back and head out on the trail with, but ...for car camping or backyard excursions, it's the perfect shelter for the whole family (provided you're not trying to single-handedly repopulate a desolate planet). It sleeps six without trouble, and is tall enough (6ft 3in!) that an adult can stand up without bumping their head on the ceiling. Two horizontal poles provide tons of horizontal head room, too, and the Limestone sets up in minutes, as the four DAC aluminum poles, clips, and sleeves are color-coded to avoid confusion. Once it's pitched, the whole crew will dig the space, which is boosted by two doors with giant vestibules so you don't have to bring gear, or Spot the Newfoundland, inside if it's wet. Nor will you have to worry about water getting in, since the Limestone's polyester fly, nylon floor, and polyester walls have fully taped seams and DWR coatings to repel moisture. The mesh walls and fly vents work together to keep air circulating even if the skies open up, and the reflective guy-out points keep you from tripping and bringing the whole shebang down in heap when you make a mad nighttime dash to the bathroom. Read More

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$368.95 $258.26 at Backcountry.com

At just 3. 5 pounds, the Marmot Eclipse 2 Tent is an ideal choice for fast-and-light three-season backpacking excursions and multi...-day cycling trips for two. The highly breathable No-See-Um-Net canopy material keeps your sleep space free of blood-guzzling alpine mosquitoes, and the Easy Pitch pole clips make set-up quick and intuitive for you and your hiking partner. Read More

Marmot
$178.95 at Backcountry.com

Backpacking the JMT solo can be uncomfortable at times, especially when an afternoon thunder shower rolls through the high country.... But with the Marmot Tungsten 1-Person Tent in your pack, you can hike ahead knowing you can take shelter from the storm anytime, anywhere. Marmot's new line of Tungsten tents utilize a volume optimizing design to increase the living space from previous X-206 frame tents by 35%. Sleeping zone pre-bends create vertical sidewalls that not only help shed rain, but increase the tent's sleeping area. The rain fly is comprised of a durable, fully seam taped 68D polyester fabric treated with a PU coating. A No-See-Um mesh canopy allows for a bug-free sleep under the stars on clear nights, and a tough, seam taped PU-coated floor prevents water from working through on rainy nights. Color coded Easy Pitch clips make setting the tent up by headlamp a cinch, and an interior headlamp pocket provides ambient light to do some reading by once you're hunkered down for the night. One D-shaped door makes your morning pee shuffle that much easier, and a single vestibule space provides adequate space to store your pack or to boil a quick pot of water. Read More

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$458.95 $321.26 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Astral 3 Tent uses a mostly mesh canopy to give you plenty of ventilation when warm weather and close quarters call for... lots of fresh air. If wet weather shows its face, the silicone-treated fly shields you from the rain so you and your two buddies stay dry. Read More

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$438.95 $307.26 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Eclipse 3 Tent shelters you and two of your backpacking buddies without weighing down your pack. The Eclipse 3 smartly ...uses space so you can cut down to one sturdy shelterrather than haul three bivies or a two-person and a separate solo tentfor three-person, three-season enjoyment. Read More

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$649.95 $519.96 at Backcountry.com

If your house isn't big enough for all the people in your life, get the ginormous Marmot Limestone 8-Person 3-Season tent, sell th...e house, and invite all the in-laws to live with you in spacious, durable, waterproof comfort. It doesn't have a bathroom or running water, but the Limestone has plenty of things your old house didn't, like a waterproof polyester fly with fully taped seams, breathable no-see-um mesh, and rugged polyester and nylon walls and floors that can stand up the abuse that's an inevitable part of living outside. It's also ridiculously easy to set up, needing only five DAC aluminum poles that pair with color-coded clips and sleeves, and comes with two doors and vestibules for storage space, so you don't have to bring wet gear inside with youthink of them as your new dual mudrooms. If the youngsters get rowdy, or the grown-ups need some alone time, you can set up the removable room divider and tell the kids to go to their room. They'll have plenty to do, since the interior pockets will probably be packed full of games, books, and snacks. There are other thoughtful touches, too, like reflective guy-out points so you don't trip over the lines at night, and jingle-free zippers so the breeze doesn't make a wind-chimey racket. Maybe it doesn't have a dishwasher, but it's better than your old house in every other way. Kind of. Read More

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$248.95 at Backcountry.com

A bivy isn't always the best idea. They can feel like you're sleeping in a coffin. Your home away from home should be lightweight ...and easy to carry, but also roomy enough that you can sit up and read if the weather turns nasty. Marmot designed the Eos 1-Person Tent for lightweight travel without the claustrophobic, cramped feeling of a bivy, so it's easy to carry and easy to live with if you're stuck waiting out a storm. Read More

Marmot
$528.95 at Backcountry.com

When winter's worst comes down upon your head with the strength of a thousand Thors, there's only one thing to do: hunker down in ...the Marmot Hammer 2-Person 4-Season Tent and be patient. After all, Thors tend to blow themselves out eventually. Everything should pass by pretty quickly when you're holed up in the Hammer, since even the Thors' anger is no match for the 50D Trevira polyester, ripstop nylon, and silicone and PU coatings that shelter you from the elements. Apparently, Marmot made a deal with Loki to mess with Thor, because the single-wall Hammer's also incredibly breathable, so it doesn't turn into an accidental steam room, and superlight, so you don't have to compromise your objectives because your pack's too heavy. The Hammer has a removable vestibule (with snow flaps, naturally), so you can keep your gear dry or shave extra ounces, and has fully-taped seams to seal out even the sneakiest of moisture. Setup's easy, too, courtesy of an internal guy system and easy two-pole design (the vestibule requires one more small crosspiece), and Marmot even tossed in reflective points so you don't trip over your shelter in the dark. Add in small touches like jingle-free zippers and interior pockets, and you might decide to just stay inside, even after the sky's gone blue. Read More

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$248.95 $186.71 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Tungsten 3p 3-Season tent allows you, a friend, and another friend to get out and enjoy a night in the wilderness unsca...thed by the elements. With a design that maximizes living space, this roomy tent won't leave you feeling like you're sharing a bivy sack with two other musky campers. Two D-shaped doors make for stealthy ins and outs throughout the night, and two vestibules provide plenty of dry storage space for you and both your friends' camping gear. With an emphasis on durability, Marmot used a seam taped, PU coated, 68-denier polyester fabric for the floor and fly of the tent. It then backed the fly with a No-See-Um mesh canopy for a bug-free night out under the stars. Three DAC Press-Fit poles make for a secure setup and are color coded with the fly and clips. A lampshade pocket is designed to disperse light from a headlamp for well lit space once the sun sets, and small interior pockets are a great place to keep your small essentials close at hand. Read More

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$298.95 at Backcountry.com

There are two ways to approach a storm: you can turn tail and run away like knights being chased by a bloodthirsty bunny, or you c...an hunker down in the Marmot Stormlight 2-Person 3-Season Tent and laugh in the storm's face as it blows itself out in a vain attempt to send you packing. One of Marmot's new generation of backpacking tents, the superlight Stormlight builds on the design of the classic Limelight, adding inverted head and foot technology for increased living space and trimming weight and increasing ventilation by using a fully mesh body. The Stormlight's fly has been upgraded as well, with sonically welded seams and a UV-resistant treatment to prevent long-term degradation caused by the sun. It also sets up faster than you can say Man, I wish this tent were pitched already, thanks to easily-assembled DAC Pressfit aluminum poles, a color-coded clip system, and reflective guy-out points that make it easy to get things done up, even if the sun's slipping behind the peaks as you're working. Just toss your gear in one of the two vestibules, crawl in through the D-shaped doors (or leave the body at home and use the ultralight fast-pitch option), and snuggle down with your blankie for a night of adventure-filled dreams. Read More

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$288.95 at Backcountry.com

See the night sky, but stay protected from the elements in Marmot's Starlight 2P Two-Person Three-Season Tent. At just 2. 75 pound...s, it's designed for backpacking trips where shaving weight and packing small is seriously important, but it doesn't give up durability, protection, or comfort to do it. Two DAC Featherlite NSL poles with color-coded clips mean it's super easy to set up this cylindrical-style shelter, and the low profile means it stays hidden from the wind better than a traditional cross-pole design. The back half of the tent is constructed from solid waterproof fabric, so the fly only needs to cover the upper mesh half of the tent, which saves further weight, while vents at the foot of the tent and in the fly keep air circulating even when you've battened down the hatches against foul weather. Marmot also taped all the seams to keep sneaky moisture from sogging up your shelter, included a capacious vestibule for your boots and packs, threw in a few interior pockets, and decked the the body and fly out with reflective details to keep you from tearing down your tent during a moment of midnight confusion. Read More

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$298.95 at Backcountry.com

With plenty of head room for the height inclined camper, the Marmot Argent 4p 4-Person 3-Season Tent will give you and three of yo...ur camping partners plenty of wiggle room whether you're camped out on the beach or car camping at your favorite bouldering zone. In addition to its ample head space, the Argent 4p is fitted with a huge front door. Oversized foot vents help prevent condensation from accumulating along the inside walls of the tent. The rain fly is treated with a PU coating to keep rain out, and the seam taped floor prevents any water from seeping in throughout the night. Interior pockets allow you to secure small pieces of gear, and color coded Easy Pitch clips and poles make set p relatively painless. Read More

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$348.95 $226.82 at Backcountry.com

Traveling light is best done with a traveling companion. Aside from the conversation, it's nice to have someone to carrying half t...he tent; although when the tent is as light as the Marmot Pulsar 2, it really isn't even necessary. The Pulsar 2 weighs less than four pounds fully kitted out, so you can pull the old 'you carry the food, I'll carry the tent' trick and come out way ahead. Read More

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$198.95 $149.21 at Backcountry.com

Tough as nails and roomy as hell, the Marmot Tungsten 2p 2-Person 3-Season Tent will be your go-to backpacking tent when durabilit...y is a must. Utilizing Marmot's space optimizing design, the Tungsten has an efficient living space that utilizes pre-bent sleeping zones that create vertical side walls for a spacious feel once inside. Two D-shaped doors allow for either person to easily enter or exit the tent without disturbing the other, and vestibules on either side of the tent allow for plenty of dry storage space for gear and packs. The rain fly is seam taped and made with a tough PU coated polyester taffeta fabric. A No-See-Um mesh canopy keeps the skeeters out, and an included footprint makes for a bombproof base to the tent. Color coded Easy Pitch clips make setup by headlamp a cinch, while a lamp shade packet helps disperse light from a headlamp for a well lit space once the sun sets. Read More

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$388.95 at Backcountry.com

No matter what your relationship is with your backpacking partner, it's nice to have a little space while sleeping in a tent, espe...cially once morning breath sets in. With its volume optimizing design, the Marmot Force 2p 2-Person 3-Season Tent strikes a balance between light and spacious for a comfortable sleeping and hiking experience. The new twin tip floor design increases the overall durability of the tent by placing two additional DAC poles at either end. It also increases space within the tent by more efficiently utilizing head and foot areas. Dual doors and vestibules allow for easy ins and outs without having to roll over your partner in the middle of the night. Interior pockets allow you to stash small pieces of gear, and a headlamp pocket helps diffuse light within the tent for nice, homey feel once inside. The fly of the Force 2p is made with a 30D silicone nylon ripstop fabric treated with a PU coating for additional protection from sleet and rain. A No-See-Um mesh canopy behind that keeps the bugs out when you want sleep under the stars, and a ripstop floor with PU coating makes for a solid base. An additional footprint (sold separately) can be purchased for a bare bones setup option. Color coded Easy Pitch clips and poles reduce your fumble time when setting up camp after sundown, and light reflective points make finding your tent after a moonlight hike a little bit easier. Read More

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$338.95 at Backcountry.com

Mashing two adults, two children, and a dog into a regular four-person tent could be called quality family time, or it could be ca...lled Timmy and Sally make each other cry, Sparkles pees on a sleeping bag, and Mom and Dad vow never to take camping trip ever again. If a standard four-person's a little cramped, try the Marmot Limestone 4 Four-Person Three-Season Tent, which uses four DAC aluminum poles and color-coded clips and sleeves to pitch quickly, stand solidly, and provide plenty of room for the whole family to sleep without making each other miserable. Two of the poles run horizontally for tons of headroom, and the mesh body lets plenty of air in so things don't get too smelly or feel too stuffy. Although it's a family shelter, the Limestone is still built with all the ruggedness you'd expect of a Marmot tent. The fly is made of polyester ripstop, the walls and floor of tough polyester and nylon, and all the seams are fully taped to keep water from getting you and your gear soggy. The fly's vented, too, to keep air moving even if it's rainy, and the internal pockets help the whole gang stay (somewhat) organized. It's been made with other thoughtful details, too, like an Arona blue interior to simulate blue sky, jingle-free nylon zipper pulls, and reflective guy-out points so you don't trip and bring the whole tent down in the dark. The family will love you for that. Read More

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$218.95 at Backcountry.com

Halfway between a bivy and a tent, the Marmot Starlight 1 Tent is an ultralight, ultra-simple above-ground burrow for solo backpac...king and long-distance trail missions. With a body that's part mesh and part rugged PU- and silicone-coated nylon, it keeps the water at bay and lets you look at the stars as you fall asleep if skies are clear. If they aren't, you can stick on the partial fly and vestibule to keep both your head and your gear dry, and make like a badger for a good night's sleep. With two DAC Featherlite aluminum poles, taped seams, and 16 square feet of sleeping space, the whole package weighs in at just over two pounds, so you won't even notice it in your pack, and comes complete with internal pockets, color-coded clips, and reflective guy-out points that you'd expect to find in a larger, more expensive tent. Even the zipper pulls are made of non-jingling nylon, so a breeze won't make you feel like you're sleeping in the middle of a wind chime orchestra. Read More

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