History TabletopGame / SentinelsOfTheMultiverse

19th Jul '17 10:15:56 PM Jeffcole2
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** For a long time, Citizen Dawn was considered incredibly hard to defeat because putting all of her Citizens in the trash flipped her to an invincible side that kept dealing damage until H-1 Citizens were out. What a lot of players didn't realize was that Citizen Dawn's card specifies that ''she'' is also considered a Citizen, and they forgot to include Dawn in the Citizen count before flipping her back over. As a result players would spend several unnecessary turns taking damage from multiple targets while waiting for another Citizen to come out.

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** For a long time, Citizen Dawn was considered incredibly hard to defeat because putting all five of her Citizens in the trash flipped her to an invincible side that kept dealing damage until H-1 Citizens were out. What a lot of players didn't realize was that Citizen Dawn's card specifies that ''she'' is also considered a Citizen, and they forgot to include Dawn in the Citizen count before flipping her back over. As a result players would spend several unnecessary turns taking damage from multiple targets while waiting for another Citizen to come out.
14th Jul '17 9:06:32 AM MrDeath
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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Downplayed, but still present because this is a comic book game and that sort of thing's a requirement. Almost none of the women are indecently dressed, but among the heroes, The Wraith's outfit has a cleavage window, the Visionary's has a belly-button window, Tachyon's costume only covers one shoulder, Expatriette [[BareYourMidriff bares her middriff]], and Unity's wearing a very short tank top. Of the men, Haka and Ra are bare-chested. For the most part, the villains avert this. (Except for minor villain Galactra, a [[GreenLantern Star Sapphire]] {{expy}}.)

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Downplayed, but still present because this is a comic book game and that sort of thing's a requirement. Almost none of the women are indecently dressed, but among the heroes, The Wraith's outfit has a cleavage window, the Visionary's has a belly-button window, Tachyon's costume only covers one shoulder, Expatriette [[BareYourMidriff bares her middriff]], and Unity's wearing a very short tank top. Of the men, Haka and Ra are bare-chested. For the most part, the villains avert this. (Except for minor villain Galactra, a [[GreenLantern Star Sapphire]] {{expy}}.)
10th Jul '17 6:22:19 PM arbane
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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Downplayed, but still present because this is a comic book game and that sort of thing's a requirement. Almost none of the women are indecently dressed, but among the heroes, The Wraith's outfit has a cleavage window, the Visionary's has a belly-button window, Tachyon's costume only covers one shoulder, Expatriette [[BareYourMidriff bares her middriff]], and Unity's wearing a very short tank top. Of the men, Haka and Ra are bare-chested. For the most part, the villains avert this.

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Downplayed, but still present because this is a comic book game and that sort of thing's a requirement. Almost none of the women are indecently dressed, but among the heroes, The Wraith's outfit has a cleavage window, the Visionary's has a belly-button window, Tachyon's costume only covers one shoulder, Expatriette [[BareYourMidriff bares her middriff]], and Unity's wearing a very short tank top. Of the men, Haka and Ra are bare-chested. For the most part, the villains avert this. (Except for minor villain Galactra, a [[GreenLantern Star Sapphire]] {{expy}}.)



* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Infinator, who, in addition to the powers his brother Captain Cosmic got, [[HearingVoices was also driven insane by the screams of voices from across the cosmos now in his head]].

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* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Infinator, Infinitor, who, in addition to the powers his brother Captain Cosmic got, [[HearingVoices was also driven insane by the screams of voices from across the cosmos now in his head]].
9th Jul '17 6:54:33 PM MrDeath
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*** Kismet's Hapless Strike has the highest HP hero hit the lowest HP hero -- but depicts the Argent Adept (24 base HP) hitting Fanatic (31 base HP).
*** Pervasive Red Dust in the Wagner Mars Base destroys equipment cards -- but depicts Visionary, who doesn't have any equipment in her deck.
7th Jul '17 8:01:36 AM MrDeath
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** The big exception to this is villains and heroes who are alternate versions of the same person. (The Dreamer and the Visionary, Legacy and Iron Legacy etc)

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** The big exception to this is villains and heroes who are alternate versions of the same person. (The Dreamer and the Visionary, Legacy and Iron Legacy etc) Legacy, all the hero decks coming in [=OblivAeon=], etc.)
** Omnitron offers another aversion. You can play a game against Omnitron (the villain deck) using Omnitron-X (the hero deck) inside Omnitron-IV (the environment deck).
1st Jul '17 5:31:40 PM ROTHY
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** The Celestial Tribunal has Representative of Earth. A Hero from the box is put into play as a 10 HP target. If they are ever incapacitated, the Earth is sentenced to destruction.
1st Jul '17 3:04:07 AM RonnieArmitage
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* PlayerArchetypes: Two informal ones have cropped up in the fandom: Jeremys, who like playing in ways that [[{{Catchphrase}} do all the damage]], and Johns, who like figuring out the most painstakingly optimal strategy. Named after the two Handelabra employees who are the main hosts of an official Let's Play of the game each week, where they have those respective playstyles.



** Played straight with the villains who are fighting OblivAeon, who all have reduced HP in their hero decks.

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** Played straight with the villains who are fighting OblivAeon, [=OblivAeon=], who all have reduced HP in their hero decks.
26th Jun '17 7:08:14 PM SpectralTime
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** While many of the heroes - especially the Freedom Five - come from the United States (Legacy, Bunker, Tachyon, Absolute Zero, Argent Adept, Nightmist, Setback, Chrono-Ranger, etc) many more come from other countries. Fanatic is from Brazil, Unity from Israel, Haka from New Zealand, KNYFE from Scotland, Naturalist from an unspecified Africa nation, Visionary from China, and Sky-Scraper and Tempest from outside of Earth.

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** While many of the heroes - especially the Freedom Five - come from the United States (Legacy, Bunker, Tachyon, Absolute Zero, Argent Adept, Nightmist, Setback, Chrono-Ranger, etc) many more come from other countries. Fanatic is from Brazil, Unity from Israel, Haka from New Zealand, KNYFE from Scotland, the Naturalist from an unspecified Africa nation, Nigeria, Visionary from China, and Sky-Scraper and Tempest from outside of Earth.
26th Jun '17 4:08:45 PM Zaptech
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** For a long time, Citizen Dawn was considered incredibly hard to defeat because putting all of her Citizens in the trash flipped her to an invincible side that kept dealing damage until H-1 Citizens were out. What a lot of players didn't realize was that Citizen Dawn's card specifies that ''she'' is also considered a Citizen, and they forgot to include Dawn in the Citizen count before flipping her back over. As a result players would spend several unnecessary turns taking damage from multiple targets while waiting for another Citizen to come out.
26th Jun '17 4:03:38 PM Zaptech
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* EqualOpportunityEvil: Villain teams and their minions are quite open and inclusive. Citizen Dawn is the only one who openly discriminates, and it's less about skin color or gender and more about whether or not you have powers.


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* MultinationalTeam: The various heroes ''and'' villains come from a huge range of nations.
** While many of the heroes - especially the Freedom Five - come from the United States (Legacy, Bunker, Tachyon, Absolute Zero, Argent Adept, Nightmist, Setback, Chrono-Ranger, etc) many more come from other countries. Fanatic is from Brazil, Unity from Israel, Haka from New Zealand, KNYFE from Scotland, Naturalist from an unspecified Africa nation, Visionary from China, and Sky-Scraper and Tempest from outside of Earth.
** The villains are just as diverse. Outside of the obvious nonhuman ones, there's Baron Blade, who hails from a [[{{Ruritania}} a small fictional eastern European country]], Ambuscade from France, the Operative from the Philippines, and La Capitan from colonial Spain.
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