This page is devoted to utilities that you can use to make the game easier or more fun to play.
Universal Head’s Rules Reference and Player Aid
The most useful utility for Arkham Horror ever made. So fundamental that I even listed it before the FAQ.
The Fabled FAQ
Your first port of call for any questions or rules disputes during the game.
Struggling for table space? Not if you use this board…
Credits: Paul Mond
Credits: Jeffery Schwark
If you play with multiple Arkham expansions there exists the possibility that one board receives all the action whereas another one is practically ignored. Although this might adequately represent the indifference of a cosmic universe, it doesn’t make for a very good game, and whilst the problem is effectively resolved with the Miskatonic Horror expansion, those without it will need to come up with another solution. Thankfully, if you’ve got access to a deck of playing cards, this shouldn’t be too tricky to resolve…
Credits: Jacob Busby
A play mat will help you organise your investigator and their equipment in a timelier fashion. Two sample play mats are given below.
Credits: Eliot Hochberg and Mirza.
If a play mat is designed to organise your investigators, the Mythos Tracker helps you organise the Mythos cards.
Credits: Bob Le Blanc
Hypnos Alternative Location Track
This utility is somewhat redundant with the Miskatonic Horror expansion, but those playing with other boards who do not have that expansion may find it invaluable. Whenever you draw a Hypnos card, check this card as well. If the card indicates a location on a separate sub-board roll a dice. On a 1-3 use the result in the left hand column, on a 4-6 use the result in the right hand column instead.
Has martial law been declared in Innsmouth yet? Now you can tell at a glance. Place this double-sided token at the centre of the Deep One Uprising Track (between the Fed Track and Deep One Track) with the Stars and Stripes side upwards. Flip the token to the Ctuhlhu side once Martial Law has been declared.
Credits: Jacob Busby
Arkham Horror Suitcase
Instructions for creating a case to hold all your Arkham Horror material.
Credits: Marco Riemann
Credits: James Barnes
Credits: Philip Gooch, Christopher Moore and Chris Thibodeaux.
It should go without saying but, just in case there is a lawyer with a common-sense bypass reading this, this money is not legal tender!
Credits: Sean McLaughlin.