I’m often asked what staple figures does someone need in their collection for Modern. While a lot of solid figures and staples for competitive play are money pieces like Chases and Primes, there are still a ton of budget-friendly figures that are 100% must-haves.
While I’ve done a number of articles about different assets of Heroclix like improving your gameplay and what pieces you need to play competitive (which will be getting an update post-rotation), I’ve never detailed how to start the game properly. Figured I’d give it a shot.
The last Clix 101 article regarding competitive play was aimed at which pieces you needed at the time of writing to be able to elevate your team building. Today, I want to talk about what changes you make to your gameplay.
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.
So you want to make the jump and play competitively, or at least you want to up your game and potentially break into competitive play, or maybe you just want a shot at winning your next event. What pieces do you need in your box?
How do you build your Heroclix team? What decisions should you make? What’s the best bang for your buck? How do you keep putting out this many team builds? All these questions and more will be answered in this learner’s guide to team building! Continue reading “Clix 101: A Guide to Team Building”