en the game was first announced, I'm not sure any of the players knew what was on the horizon. We've had a lot of fun surprises and a lot of great content. So, I'll touch on the big areas of the game so far and see what we can learn from our first two years of the game.
Watcher. Comics fans will remember Uatu, a member of the race of Watchers, immortal beings of great power whose duty is to observe events, but never intervenes. In this episode, however, The Watcher not only observes events but finds himself participating when Ultron threatens the existence of every universe. The Watcher becomes a character rather than simply a narrator, and must decide whether or not to violate his Prime Directive.
Greetings programs!! We have a new set out in the world, and it's our third time visiting the gothic-horror plane of Innistrad. Midnight Haunt focuses on the Werewolf side of things, and the upcoming Crimson Vow set is built around a vampire wedding. I wanted to take a look at the new set and see what cards I thought would be strong in Modern, as well as the usual chunk of cards that are questionable or really need things to align for them to do much. I've been avoiding other articles and results so I can give my opinions untainted. Let's go ahead and dive in. You can see the whole set here on the Mothership or over at Scryfall.
With the introduction of Trish Scarborough in The Innsmouth Conspiracy (TIC) deluxe expansion, I believe many of us in the AH:LCG community were already deck-building and coming up with various ways to play her character. With an intellect and evade of 4, she truly made investigating fun. With a wide array of player cards in TIC that really utilizes Trish's abilities and skills, she was THE investigator to play in TIC campaign. Heck, I might just play her character for my other campaigns too. Just maybe not Carcosa for the time being. Yeppp... too many will tests in that campaign. In this article, I plan to share my experiences with using Trish in TIC. I want to discuss her strengths and weaknesses along with cards that synergises well with her abilities.
"What If..." has not shied away from the darkest alternate possibilities in the MCU. We have watched Killmonger murder both T'Challa and Tony Stark. We witnessed Stephen Strange bring about the end of an entire universe. Even in the mostly lighthearted episode about T'Challa becoming Star Lord, it implied that Ego would end up victorious in that reality. But this week we took a little break from all of that negativity to ask: "What if Thor was a frat bro?"