History VideoGame / MarvelAvengersAlliance

9th Sep '17 10:37:00 AM GrammarNavi
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* AnagramBin: The various Limited Edition scrolls are anagrams of famous meats.

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* AnagramBin: JustForFun/AnagramBin: The various Limited Edition scrolls are anagrams of famous meats.
8th Aug '17 6:46:05 AM JamesAustin
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** Spec Ops 16 (Iceman): Comicbook/AgeofApocalypse and FourHorsemen themed gear.

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** Spec Ops 16 (Iceman): Comicbook/AgeofApocalypse and FourHorsemen themed HorsemenOfTheApocalypse-themed gear.
25th Jun '17 2:01:09 PM nombretomado
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** Spec Ops 30 has your player team up with Spitfire and HeelFaceTurn Baron Mordo against Morgan le Fay, Hela, Umar, and Dracula. The fight against the three witches is a nod to HocusPocus.

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** Spec Ops 30 has your player team up with Spitfire and HeelFaceTurn Baron Mordo against Morgan le Fay, Hela, Umar, and Dracula. The fight against the three witches is a nod to HocusPocus.''Film/HocusPocus''.
21st Apr '17 2:08:15 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BrokenStreak: [=SpecOps=] 6 started the trend of PVP heroes being a RequiredPartyMember with Deadpool. [=SpecOps=] 14 bucked this tradition by instead using previous [=SpecOps=] heroes, Mockingbird and Valkyrie. When [=SpecOps=] 15 rolled around, both a PVP hero and a [=SpecOps=] hero (Bishop and Emma Frost, respectively) became the requisites, both following the previous trend and presumably starting a new one at the same time. The setback in 14 may have something to do with the controversial results of PVP season 9 where virtually all PVP participants in that tournament were awarded Angel.
25th Mar '17 2:50:14 PM Gosicrystal
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** You can get Mockingbird for FREE when you defeat ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} three times consecutively (without retreating) in Captain America's story. You will know you have accomplished this task if you get "Free As A Bird" achievement in Avengers Initiative. At least, it was like that until Initiative got sunsetted in April 2014 - which makes these prizes LostForever. The costume and Mockingbird can be bought for Command Points, but the Marvel XP rewards are no longer obtainable.

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** You can get Mockingbird for FREE when you defeat ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} three times consecutively (without retreating) in Captain America's story. You will know you have accomplished this task if you get "Free As A Bird" achievement in Avengers Initiative. At least, it was like that until Initiative got sunsetted in April 2014 - which makes these prizes LostForever.a case of TemporaryOnlineContent. The costume and Mockingbird can be bought for Command Points, but the Marvel XP rewards are no longer obtainable.



* LostForever: Limited Edition equipment and items that are only available after research as a Spec Op or PVP task (aka the "Blueprint" research items), as well as Spec Op boss rewards. Certain limited-edition costumes (notably the ones for ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and the [[ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen Phoenix Five]]) are lost to those who didn't buy them but occasionally become available for purchase.
** Averted with the Spec Op and [=PvP=] tournament heroes, who are always released for purchase at some point (albeit with a hefty CP price tag).
** This seems to be the case with the Lockbox heroes. Playdom is slowly expiring the oldest lockbox sets to be replaced by new collections. Those who have no interest or postponed unlocking these heroes won't be able to do so anymore ''(at least not without paying a hefty fee in Gold, as the older lockboxes occassionally pop up in PvP Roulette Spins every now and again.)''
** ''The game itself'' will be this after September 30th 2016.


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** Limited Edition equipment and items that are only available after research as a Spec Op or PVP task (aka the "Blueprint" research items), as well as Spec Op boss rewards. Certain limited-edition costumes (notably the ones for ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and the [[ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen Phoenix Five]]) are lost to those who didn't buy them but occasionally become available for purchase.
** Averted with the Spec Op and [=PvP=] tournament heroes, who are always released for purchase at some point (albeit with a hefty CP price tag).
** This seems to be the case with the Lockbox heroes. Playdom is slowly expiring the oldest lockbox sets to be replaced by new collections. Those who have no interest or postponed unlocking these heroes won't be able to do so anymore ''(at least not without paying a hefty fee in Gold, as the older lockboxes occassionally pop up in PvP Roulette Spins every now and again.)''
** ''The game itself'' is this since September 30th 2016.
7th Mar '17 4:41:18 AM Amon_Ra
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** Christmas 2014: Just like the previous year, on December 25 you can open the lockboxes to get Hybrid. What's so special about this hero? The fact that it has five costumes (for each non-generalist class) for a total of six [=E-ISOs=] and twenty [=A-ISOs=]!
** Christmas 2015: Same as the last two years, this time the hero is ComicBook/HowardTheDuck!

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** Christmas 2014: Just jst like the previous year, on December 25 you can open the lockboxes to get Hybrid. What's so special about this hero? The fact that it has five costumes (for each non-generalist class) for a total of six [=E-ISOs=] and twenty [=A-ISOs=]!
** Christmas 2015: Same same as the last two years, this time the hero is ComicBook/HowardTheDuck!



* AssistCharacter: Part of some heroes' attacks (see the [[Characters/MarvelAvengersAlliance characters page]]). Also deployed by certain villains.

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* AssistCharacter: Part part of some heroes' attacks (see the [[Characters/MarvelAvengersAlliance characters page]]). Also deployed by certain villains.
7th Mar '17 4:08:31 AM Amon_Ra
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* GameBreakingBug: Combat Validation Errors. Earlier versions had battles cut off in the middle of a battle when there is an important update, forcing you to refresh the browser. Newer patches moved the force refresh at the end of the battle. Woe to players who are forced to refresh an important boss fight. The most frustrating part is these battles are marked as a total defeat, drastically reducing your gained mastery (in PVE) or your overall rating (in PVP). This is especially punishing in [=SpecOps=], where mastery progress is very crucial and wasting more Unstable Iso-8 just to have another whole chapter run.

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* GameBreakingBug: Combat Validation Errors. Earlier versions had battles cut off in the middle of a battle when there is an important update, forcing you to refresh the browser. Newer patches moved the force refresh at the end of the battle. Woe Sorrow to players who are forced to refresh an important boss fight. The most frustrating part is these battles are marked as a total defeat, drastically reducing your gained mastery (in PVE) or your overall rating (in PVP). This is especially punishing in [=SpecOps=], where mastery progress is very crucial and wasting more Unstable Iso-8 just to have another whole chapter run.
22nd Feb '17 2:39:15 PM Gosicrystal
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** Customized Weapons. Customized means that upon acquisition, the weapon level is set 5-10 levels above the agent's level. However, this means they can get obsolete. Consider the stamina costs to using the weapon and compare it to damage output while playing [=PvP=], Five-starred Missions, Spec Ops, Premium Missions, or Challenge Mode. Consider if the weapon is really worth using 15 levels later when the damage output is lower.
*** You can now reforge your Customized weapons. However, they cost gold, and in this case Patience is everything. The cost of reforging is as much as purchasing a Limited Edition weapon, and even then, it will eventually have to be reforged. The best strategy (unless you're willing to shell out Gold) is to wait until you're level 300 to reforge.

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** Customized Weapons. Customized means that upon acquisition, the weapon level is set 5-10 levels above the agent's level. However, this means they can get obsolete. Consider the stamina costs to using the weapon and compare it to damage output while playing [=PvP=], Five-starred Missions, Spec Ops, Premium Missions, or Challenge Mode. Consider if the weapon is really worth using 15 levels later when the damage output is lower.
*** You can now reforge your
lower. Customized weapons. However, weapons could then be reforged, but they cost gold, and in this case Patience is everything. The cost of reforging is as much as purchasing a Limited Edition weapon, and even then, it will eventually have to be reforged. The best strategy (unless you're willing to shell out Gold) is to wait until you're level 300 to reforge.



*** Speaking of which, you can get Blaster Iron Man Mark 5 costume for FREE by defeating the Hulkbuster in Hulk's story.
*** You can get Mockingbird for FREE when you defeat ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} three times consecutively (without retreating) in Captain America's story. You will know you have accomplished this task if you get "Free As A Bird" achievement in Avengers Initiative.
*** Not any more. Initiative got sunsetted in April 2014 - which makes these prizes LostForever. The costume and Mockingbird can be bought for Command Points, but the Marvel XP rewards are no longer obtainable.

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*** Speaking of which, you ** You can get Blaster Iron Man Mark 5 costume for FREE by defeating the Hulkbuster in Hulk's story.
*** ** You can get Mockingbird for FREE when you defeat ComicBook/{{Taskmaster}} three times consecutively (without retreating) in Captain America's story. You will know you have accomplished this task if you get "Free As A Bird" achievement in Avengers Initiative.
*** Not any more.
Initiative. At least, it was like that until Initiative got sunsetted in April 2014 - which makes these prizes LostForever. The costume and Mockingbird can be bought for Command Points, but the Marvel XP rewards are no longer obtainable.
8th Jan '17 2:49:47 PM nombretomado
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The game takes place in an alternate continuity that somewhat resembles the UltimateMarvel[=/=]Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, but is mostly based on the 616 comics. The storyline is split into seasons, which in turn were split into chapters comprising six missions apiece. Season 1 ran from March 2012 to April 2013, contained 12 Chapters, and took place almost entirely in [[BigApplesauce New York City]]. Season 2 (the current season) came out on August 1st, 2013, introduced a few new members of MissionControl (including fan-favorite Phil Coulson) and showed the SHIELD team branching out to deal with threats in the United Kingdom and Wakanda.

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The game takes place in an alternate continuity that somewhat resembles the UltimateMarvel[=/=]Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, ComicBook/UltimateMarvel[=/=]Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, but is mostly based on the 616 comics. The storyline is split into seasons, which in turn were split into chapters comprising six missions apiece. Season 1 ran from March 2012 to April 2013, contained 12 Chapters, and took place almost entirely in [[BigApplesauce New York City]]. Season 2 (the current season) came out on August 1st, 2013, introduced a few new members of MissionControl (including fan-favorite Phil Coulson) and showed the SHIELD team branching out to deal with threats in the United Kingdom and Wakanda.



* AdaptationDistillation: The game typically does its best to distill all of a character's various traits and relationships and powersets into one set of moves/passives and tone for their dialogues, occasionally veering into {{Flanderization}} or CharacterExaggeration ([[TropesAreNotBad though this isn't necessarily a bad thing]] considering some characters may only get a handful of dialogues to play with). It draws liberally from the classic continuity, the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, and the UltimateMarvel universe.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The game typically does its best to distill all of a character's various traits and relationships and powersets into one set of moves/passives and tone for their dialogues, occasionally veering into {{Flanderization}} or CharacterExaggeration ([[TropesAreNotBad though this isn't necessarily a bad thing]] considering some characters may only get a handful of dialogues to play with). It draws liberally from the classic continuity, the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, and the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe.
15th Dec '16 9:38:25 PM Doug86
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* MilitarySuperhero: Bonus points are granted if the Agent brings in a pair of heroes with military background. There are two of them, actually: "Proud to serve" and "War buddies", the latter is exclusively for three heroes who served Allied Forces in WorldWarII: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Union Jack, and ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.

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* MilitarySuperhero: Bonus points are granted if the Agent brings in a pair of heroes with military background. There are two of them, actually: "Proud to serve" and "War buddies", the latter is exclusively for three heroes who served Allied Forces in WorldWarII: UsefulNotes/WorldWarII: ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Union Jack, and ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}.
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