SWTCG was made by Wizards of the Coast (WOTC). The first set - Attack of the Clones - was released in 2002 in conjunction with the movie. From the beginning, SWTCG was marred with controversy as WOTC really only acquired the license because its main rival produced the Decipher Star Wars Collectible Card Game (SWCCG).
We made it to Phase 2! Nice work, everyone. Iron Man 3 is another of those MCU films that sort of blended into the background of the larger Marvel story, so I was happy to return to it.
Welcome new readers and returning readers. Thank you for taking time out of your day to read our spoiler article. Also thank you to FFG for sharing this spoiler with us and allowing us to share it with you. Without farther ado, here it is....
We made it. At last we will see the Avengers on screen together. And not just in little cameos during each others' movies, but in a true ensemble fashion. And sure, Bruce Banner looks a little different from the first time we met him, but Nick Fury and Phil Coulson are here to tie it all together and remind us that this is one giant universe, the culmination of years of careful planning.
Ahsoka written by E.K. Johnston is a story written sometime after the events following Order 66 during the Clone Wars. Ahsoka or "Snips" by whom some of us like to call her, including her late Jedi master Anakin Skywalker, is a Star Wars love story to a character that to me was always in that gray area within the Jedi code.
Great Scott, Marty! Fire up the flux capacitor, reverse the polarity of the neutron flow, and activate the Time Stone - no, wait, that's still a few movies away. Sorry, the point is, we're going back in time!
Today I want to share two deck lists I am iterating on that share a common theme: buffing allies and resource generators. The first deck is just one that I built for fun because I thought a solo deck that revolves around a team-up of Captain America and Hulk would be satisfying in a punch-everything-in-the-face kind of way. The second was an attempt to build a deck around my favorite probably-not-worth-it-yet card, Vision, using Thor's God of Thunder to provide the needed resources.