The Player Committee got started quickly and wanted to make sure that Destiny life went on as scheduled. With their sole purpose being on building the committee first, the leadership had to weigh making this an elite club, or allowing voices from all over. To their credit, they made an inclusive place for people to meet and give ideas for the upcoming project.
Welcome back everyone, to another round of Faltering Allegiances spoilers. Without father ado, let's dive back in. Starting with 3 new spoilers from us.
This is the second article in our #HydraRising community crossover event. You can find many articles, videos, podcasts, and more centered on the new The Rise of Red Skull expansion from many different Marvel Champions content creators by searching #HydraRising on Twitter, Facebook, Discord, etc. For I Rebel’s part, we published an article comparing Hawkeye and Spider-Woman, this Why? article on the Hydra theme of the campaign expansion, and a forthcoming Rankings article on the included scenarios that will mostly focus on the standalone experience of those villains. For commentary on the expansion and campaign itself, and all other released product for the game, please check out our Marvel Champions Expansion Guide.
Since the announcement of Stella Clark, The Letter Carrier, a few months ago, everyone has been talking about the significance and importance of representation in Arkham Horror the Card Game.
I'm a pretty forgiving moviegoer. Your dialogue is poorly written? That's okay. Plotholes? No problem. Time travel paradoxes? Whatever. I would rather enjoy a movie, so I give the writers, directors, and actors lots of leeway. I was even more forgiving when I was younger - I'm older now, more mature, and have higher expectations - but I vividly remember walking out of the theater having just seen "X-Men: The Last Man" as a high schooler thinking: "Was that movie... bad?"