As I’ve written in previous articles, I really like the nuances of nemesis sets. I remember first playing the game out the core box and being disappointed at having to set aside some great villain names that might never see play. In fact, I’m pretty sure that for my lesser played heroes, their arch rivals have never seen the light of a playmat yet. That being said the nemesis sets can often wreak havoc particularly in solo games where their impacts are felt more.
This is the third and final film in the Blade trilogy, and a few cancelled future projects later, the rights to the character have now transferred back to Marvel. Marvel has said that a new "Blade" is in development starring Mahershala Ali, but back in 2004 Wesley Snipes was still shooting the silver bullets. After stopping the Blood God and Nomak, Blade is now up against his deadliest enemy: Dracula himself.
I’ve talked about Stella Clark, the Letter Carrier’s backstory before, and how she is a very welcome addition to the Arkham Horror Files roster, so let’s jump right in and talk about her deck.
The first few episodes of WandaVision did a great job building up the questions. Ever since Wanda's confrontation with Hayward, we seem to have made a turn, getting a trickle of answers with each episode. In this episode we met a new villain and watched our heroes wrestle with who they are, what they have done, and what the future holds. Every episode leaves us wanting more, and this one was no exception.
Welcome back. I hope you've all brought your floatation devices, because we are once again crossing the streams. This week we will be focusing on stream crossing cards in the Protection aspect. You know, the green cards that help you prevent damage and heal up you hero? So grab a shield, or better yet an energy barrier, and follow me down the rabbit hole of design in Marvel Champions.