Game storage is something we all have fought with at some point, I’m sure. This can particularly be troublesome with games that have lots of expansions. You want to have all the parts together, but the original box the game came in might not really be able to hold everything. So you are forced to figure out your own solution. In the case of the DC Deck-Building Game, however, Cryptozoic is helping you out with the Multiverse Box. Though it’s more than just a big box to place your cards and expansions, it has its own expansion cards, as well as rules for using all your previous sets together in one.
From the announcement:
Cryptozoic Entertainment, leading creator of board games, trading cards, and collectibles, and Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, today announced the release of the DC Deck-Building Game Multiverse Box. The storage box holds all the different sets that have been released for the popular DC Deck-Building Game, utilizing set dividers and foam inserts to keep all the cards organized, and has extra room for expansions to come. It comes exclusively with the Multiverse Crossover Pack, which draws from the “Convergence” comic book storyline and offers an experience that takes advantage of a DC Deck-Building Game fan’s entire box of cards.
“We wanted to give players a new, competitive game format that takes advantage of all your neatly-organized cards,” said Matt Hyra, Lead Game Designer at Cryptozoic. “Players always talk about mixing all of their cards together. With the Multiverse format, you get to do that … a little bit at a time.”
In the Multiverse Crossover Pack included with DC Deck-Building Game Multiverse Box, players battle to get past their rivals’ Champions. Each player receives an oversized Multiverse Location card (from the pack), an oversized DC Super Hero/Super-Villain card (from the collection of DC Deck-Building Game cards players have placed in their box) and three DC Super Hero/Super-Villain cards (from the collection in their box) that are his or her Champions. To set up the game, players select a main deck from any of the four current DC Deck-Building Game base sets, shuffle in the 19 new main deck cards, and lay out the standard five-card Line-Up.