What happens when a former College football player who can’t pay a witch to help him speak with his dead wife, is cursed into becoming a frog, meets Thor as a frog, and picks up a sliver of Mjolnir that was chipped off by one of Thor’s goats? You get Throg, and he’s commin’ to wreck your Heroclix games!
Good news everyone! After a long hiatus from Team Builds, they’re back! Rather than jumping into The Mighty Thor and picking a Chase or Super Rare, I want to build around the very good Uncommon Jane Foster Thor. For Asgardia!
Greetings everyone! Hope you all did well in your Might Thor pulls! Today, I’m going a hybrid article which is a follow up to the last Colossal Retaliator series along with a full review of the EIGHT new colossals we got in Thor. Which of these new 8 are worth getting?
Hello everyone! Now that the new rules have been dropped and we’ve had a week to soak them in, I want to take today to go over the changes from the PAC, or Powers and Abilities Card. Let’s see what’s new and what’s the same.
In place of a regular article today, I wanted to share the new rules with you all as it’s incredibly important. You can find a wealth of information inside this ‘mini’ article.
I haven’t covered much Elseworlds as of late, so let’s change that. Al is quite the Super Rare and has already made somewhat of an impact in competitive, so let’s see what fun things we can do with him. Sim Sim Salabim!
Colossal Retaliation is a somewhat newer mechanic that’s seen an awful lot of play in the competitive scene, and is one of the best ways to utilize a low amount of points. But which of these big pieces should you use? Who’s worth getting?
Of all four of the chases in What If…, Venom Thor is my absolute favorite and has some potential for mayhem. How can we abuse this character and what strategy should you take with him?
Phase three of the Spring/Summer set rush is in full effect and Elseworlds has been officially released. What If… didn’t fair too well overall as a set, so let’s see how Elseworlds did.