Every superhero has their own, unique power set. So does every villain. Be it super strength, ultra intelligence, or they're a robot, there's always something going on. In this preview of the upcoming Marvel United game, we get a look inside how the Hero and Villain decks work in the game and what makes each of them different.
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Super heroes are well known for being individuals. Even when they’re members of a team, each hero has their own unique skill set that they bring to the party. Super strength. Blazing speed. Hyper intelligence. No two are exactly alike. The same can be said for the nefarious villains that the heroes face off against. In Marvel United, every hero comes with their own unique Hero deck they’ll be using throughout the game. Likewise, each villain has their own deck that represents not just their powers, but their particular plan for evil. In this article, we take a look at just what makes up a Hero and Villain deck and how they differ from one another.
Hero decks represent the different hero’s abilities and powers. Each card may show one or more symbols of what the hero can do on their turn. Additionally, some cards will have a special ability unique to that particular hero. For example, Black Widow is a master spy. Her ability to gather intelligence on enemy plans puts her and her allies at an advantage. Her Interrogate card lets her player look at the top card of the villain’s Masterplan deck. They can then move that card down to the bottom of the deck if they wish. This will let the players plan their turn, or avoid a threat that they weren’t quite ready to face.