Author Matt Pritchard
Howdy VS-verse, as you may have seen the Build Phase league play Try Hard Season 2 has been running over the last couple of months and it came to a glorious conclusion with an all Scoop UK final between myself and Ryan Millhollin but before we get into that I will go through a short run down of the rounds leading up to this.
Author Garry Hewitt
We have now seen the new Leviathon team for the VS2PCG game that comes out in the Monsters Unleashed set in all its scaly, tentacle, fire-breathing, building smashing glory, and frankly, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the new team… and it has almost nothing to do with the power level of the cards.
I look for a number of things from new cards or a new set:
But without a doubt, as a single team, the Leviathons have given me the most cause for introspection and arguably excitement… on each of the above points, the team is, IMO, a home run.
Author Tom Watabiki
The one of a kind cards are a big part of the new theme in the monsters team, as a competitive card game player who focuses on the stats of deck building, this is guaranteed to give me a head ache. But due to the nature of how absurd some of these cards are; this does give a good reason to play the cards if not in the theme they are designed for.
The card I am unveiling today is The Leviathan Tide. This is one of 3 plot twists that the archetype has (which will all be loyalty based). Unlike the majority of cards for the themed deck, you will be able to play up to 4 copies of these so these are the cards that have got to count to make this deck continue to be strong. Which The Leviathan Tide does not disappoint.
Today I have the honour of revealing the next addition to an already powerful Inhumans team--Gorgon. In the comics universe, Gorgon really has it all. Superhuman strength, superhuman durability, superhuman...well, you get the point. But what really sets him apart are his kinetic shockwaves he can create by stomping the ground or kicking someone, and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing with Gorgon in this universe as well.
When discussing in our group who would be taking the baton this week it was a no brainer for me to throw my hat into the ring. Thankfully the guys were willing to let me have my say.
Author Robert Geller
So two main characters was a really cool opportunity to try some wombo combos that we normally don’t get to experiment with. There was possible turn 1 hilarity with Rocket & Newborn (6/5 Ranged and 6/6). That’s a scary thought. Dark Phoenix & Groot is another one with Groot leveling up on turn 2 and then standing in front of DP for the rest of the game with an army of huge 6-8 drops. Heck, mono or not, Captain Marvel & She-Hulk has so much meat that it’s terrifying!
But no. I went with a main character used primarily in gimmick decks and a main that people say is “Unplayable”.
Author Ryan Millhollin
Welcome back to week 4 of the Kitchen Table Series. This week we take a look at another alternate format given to us by Danny and Ben-- Valentine’s Day.
Each player will have two Main Characters, if either one of them gets KO’d, that player loses.
Deck Building Rules
- Choose two Main Characters and build your deck to support them.
- If an effect needs to know something about your main character, you choose which one to use
Hello again VS fans! Ross and Ashley here again bringing you another hot hot spoiler!
Today we're going to try something a little different, so Ashley and I are going to have a little back and forth talking about some game concepts that lead into our spoiler card. I know, I know, we're such villains making you wait like this!