Yoga sothoth is not interested in destruction or conquest. It is simply the knower of all things. And while knowledge, in and of itself, is not dangerous, its application can be. The cultists that seek out yoga sothoth’s knowledge don't do so for enlightenment, but to push forward their nefarious schemes. For that, yoga sothoth must be destroyed. The Elder box: yoga sothoth introduces a new Elder one to games of Cthulhu: Death may die. Players can combine it with any Episode From the core box or expansions. Yoga sothoth enhances the experience by adding extra gates to the board that mirror normal gates increasing, the power of the next enemy summons. For example, yoga sothoth’s special monster, Wilbur whateley, adds a gate to the board every time It dies. But that doesn't mean that investigators are hopeless, gates may be attacked and destroyed, causing damage to enemies in the same space, which can be used to help contain the waves of monsters.
- New Terrors- the Elder box: yoga sothoth adds a new Elder one as well as its special Monster, Wilbur whateley to the game, represented by highly detailed miniature figures
- Gate hopping - investigators will have to deal with many more Portals on the board, creating new dangers during their investigation.
- Horror everywhere - the set can be used with any Episode from the core Cthulhu: Death may die box, as well as any expansion, meaning yoga sothoth can show up anywhere at any time.
- Number Of Players: 1 To 5