|Path of the Serpent|
|Once per round, you may move 1 space before or after performing an explore action or resolving the effects of a Sight token.|
|TFA-2: Ursula Downs|
"Discovery is easy.
Understanding is the hard part."
|After you move to a location: Take an investigate action. (Limit once per round.)|
|+1. After this test ends, you may move to a connecting location.|
Options: Seeker cards () level 0–5, Relic cards level 0–4, Neutral cards level 0–5.
Requirements: Jake Williams, Call of the Unknown, 1 random basic weakness.
Ursula Downs is an Investigator that appears in the Arkham Horror Second Edition Innsmouth Horror, Mansions of Madness Second Edition Path of the Serpent, Elder Sign Omens of Ice and Arkham Nights promo set for 2017, and Arkham Horror: The Card Game The Forgotten Age.
The Story So FarEdit
Not so many people can say that they've climbed a mountain on every continent that has one. Fewer still can say they've stolen a golden idol from a tribe of cannibals. Among women in a male-dominated society, Ursula is probably unique in being able to make these sorts of claims.
Ever since she was a small girl, Ursula had broken the rules set down for her: climbing trees, playing in the mud, exploring the woods, and plenty of other things "that a proper young lady shouldn't have been doing."
After all, she was as good as any man. When she was accepted to Boston University, she set out to prove it, excelling and exceeding the other students in Archaeology. She graduated top of her class and used her inheritance to set herself up as an explorer, roaming all over the world and writing articles for magazines.
Now her path has brought her here to Arkham, following a shipment of stolen relics, a cult that seems to have members in every corner of the world, and a trail of corpses. Smiling to herself, Ursula thinks, "Now THIS is an adventure."
As a young girl, Ursula was constantly scrambling up trees, scaling rock walls, and using her art supplies to map caves. Any hopes that she might settle down and begin exhibiting more "lady-like" behavior as she grew older were dashed when she procured a degree in archaeology and began traveling the world.
Not many people can say that they've climbed a mountain on every continent. Fewer still can say they've stolen a golden idol from a cannibalistic cult. For Ursula, these achievements are just the beginning.
Not many people can say that they've climbed a mountain on every continent. Fewer still can say they've stolen a golden idol from a tribe of cannibals. Among women in a male-dominated society, Ursula is unique in being able to make these sorts of claims. Ever since she was a small girl, Ursula has broken the rules set down for her, climbing trees, playing in the mud, exploring the woods, and doing plenty of other things that a "proper young lady shouldn't be doing." Since getting a degree in archaeology in Boston, she has been traveling the world searching for forgotten civilizations.