Three New Sentinels of the Multiverse Mini Expansions!
One Hero, One Villian and One Environment! That’s right, three new Expansions for Sentinels of the Multiverse! Now at The Wandering Dragon!
Sentinels of the Multiverse: Guise Hero Mini-Expansion is a standalone hero character with his own unique deck of forty hero cards and a character card.
Joseph King was a tabloid photographer billionaire recording artist and underwear model who made a meager living selling pictures of celebrities to the Megalopolis Examiner everyone adored. One day, while walking to the gas station to buy a lottery ticket working with his favorite charity “Toupees for Bald Eagles”, Joe heard a shout. He looked up in time to see the underside of a piano growing closer at an alarming rate a radical fighter jet sky-writing his name. “This is going to hurt…” was the last thing Joe thought. Unbeknownst to either Joe or the people moving the piano, the hero team known as the Freedom Five and the cosmic entity known as the Wager Master had recently fought on the very sidewalk Joe was now splattered across. Joe’s organic matter was now mixed with particles of improbability, which bonded and reformed into BLAH BLAH BLAH, could this be any more boring?! Just think of a badass training montage and put me in there.
Hey there, faithful reader! Yeah, you. The one reading this right now. I’m Guise, and I’m talking to you. What’s so hard to understand about this? Anyway, now that you know my totally sweet backstory, let’s talk about what we’re going to do. We’re going to fight EEEEEEEVIL! You get your friends together, and you pick your heroes, and BE SURE TO PICK ME! I can’t help if I don’t get cards on the table, but — and you can trust me on this one — I am awesome.
Yeah, that sure slowed him down. Heh, these villains aren’t going to know what hit them. That is, as long as you do YOUR part and PLAY MY CARDS! I mean, how could you not? I’m the best.
Sentinels of the Multiverse: Wager Master Villain Mini-Expansion is a new villain character, with his own unique villain deck of 25 cards, a rules card, and a character card.
Before time was time, before space was space, there was the wager. The wager that nothing would happen.
That wager was lost. And from that loss came the Wager Master.
As reality formed and matter came into being, all of the losing wagers – all of the impossible possibilities – also formed into being. Into a specific being: the Wager Master.
The Wager Master appears however it wants. It commonly goes for centuries without showing up anywhere in the Multiverse. But when it does show up, it’s a safe bet that things will go wrong. The Wager Master thrives on playing with the rules of reality. It appears to a race of sentient beings, plays games with whatever champions they might have, and ultimately destroys everything it encounters as they inevitably lose the Wager Master’s games. Those who lose to the Wager Master become mere playing pieces for more twisted games.
Now, unfortunately, the capricious Wager Master has appeared on earth. Too many things have gone wrong. Too many coincidences and too many confluences point to the truth: we are all pawns in the cruel game of an entity as old as the Multiverse. What chance do the Sentinels of that Multiverse have?
Omnitron IV is a mini-expansion Environment Deck of 15 cards that adds a new place for the Heroes of Sentinels of the Multiverse to battle the Villains in.
After the cosmically imbued Omnitron was destroyed by the heroes of earth, many thought the last had been seen of the destructive artificial intelligence. Baron Blade merely saw potential. He worked through many channels to recover parts of the Omnitron frame, and rebuilt and reactivated them as his own personal Omni-Blade!
However, after the Vengeful Five’s defeat, there was enough sentience left in the Omni-Blade that it knew to hide. It slowly accumlated parts and resources, but it had lost much of its intelligence. It struggled to reach its former power, but it was missing too much of itself. Instead, it formed a massive construction assemblary. There, it pumped out drones and devices, hoping to match in numbers what it once had in power.
Many seeking power have attempted to harness the automatically generated troops and resources created by the fourth incarnation of Omnitron. Heroes have faced more than one villain in the self-aware factory, each attempting to join forces with the robot, or even to subjugate its programming. If any were to succeed, the results would be disastrous…