Ninja Division Publishing has announced Way of the Fighter, a new player vs player card and dice fighting game created by Benjamin Yamada. The game will be released February 14th!
Way of the Fighter is a hard-hitting, high-jumping, leg-sweeping, fireball-dodging fighting-style card and dice game for 2 players. Featuring 10 unique fighters—each with diverse backgrounds and powerful skills and abilities—players go head to head, employing strategic actions to weaken one another. Rolling dice to determine attack speed and using cards to enact specific abilities and actions, players ultimately attempt to knock out one another to become the victor in this boardgame street battle! Way of the Fighter is available in two core sets; Way of the Fighter SUPER and Way of the Fighter TURBO. Expansion fighter decks are soon to follow with new techniques, new tactics, and new fighters that bring even more fun to the Way.
Way of the Fighter is a customizable card game that allows players the ability to create their own custom decks by swapping technique packs between fighters with matching combat styles. With numerous configurations available based on associated combat styles between various fighters within the expanding array of the game, players can test out new techniques and create even more unique configurations for their character. Flexible and fun, Way of the Fighter’s fast fighting gameplay mechanics and dynamic deck construction ensure it is great for novice and experienced players!
It’s time to train hard, throw down, and follow the Way of the Fighter!
Flames of Destruction closes out the first Dueling season of the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS era with a bang! This 100-card booster set will shake things up with new cards for established Deck themes, a brand-new Link Monster theme that can be played as its own Deck or spliced into existing strategies, the return of the Elemental Lords, and more!
Ib the World Chalice Priestess, known for her protective abilities, turns to the dark side and lays waste to her world with 6 incarnations of destruction! These new Link Monsters have flexible Link Materials that let you use them in any Deck, and each one has two abilities: one that you use when you Link Summon the monster and one that’s always active. These powers range from retrieving any Spell or Trap Card from your Graveyard to changing the number of cards you get to draw each turn. With some strategic card placement, you could be drawing up to 6 cards at the start of your turn instead of just 1!
To make the most of these abilities, you’ll want to keep your Link Monsters co-linked. If you do, you’ll get a refund on the cost of the new monsters’ one-shot abilities and their always-on powers will grow much stronger! Try combining these monsters with cards like Tri-Gate Wizard from Structure Deck: Cyberse Link or Firewall Dragon from Code of the Duelist to gain even more from co-linking your monsters.
For over 5 years, the four Elemental Lords have stood alone as keepers of some of the strongest effects allowed in Dueling. In Flames of Destruction, the fifth Elemental Lord finally arrives, along with the monsters tasked to guard their great powers from those who would misuse them! The newest Elemental Lord can only be Summoned while you have exactly 5 LIGHT monsters in your Graveyard and commands the power of Raigeki – the power to destroy all enemy monsters at once! This Elemental Lord is a great fit in Decks built using the LIGHT monsters from Structure Deck: Wave of Light.
On top of all that, Flames of Destruction is full of cards that are useful in any Deck and cards that elevate popular themes to new heights! You could find…
- Powerful Trap Cards you can activate from your hand.
- A new “Trap Hole” that banishes monsters face down.
- A Spell that revives one of your monsters in a Zone a Link Monster is pointing to.
- A new “Topologic” Link Monster that banishes all Spells and Traps on the field when a monster is Special Summoned to a Zone it points to.
- A Dragon that can erase all the cards in a single column and then render that column unusable.
- A “Trickstar” soloist that shrugs off activated card effects and inflicts big damage every turn.
- An “Altergeist” spin on Tour Guide from the Underworld…
… and more! This last 100-card booster set of the 2017-2018 Dueling season is poised to heat things up all summer long!
The Flames of Destruction booster set contains 100 cards: 48 Commons, 20 Rares, 14 Super Rares, 10 Ultra Rares, 8 Secret Rares.
Vampirella Tarot Cards
artists: Frank Frazetta, José Gonzalez, Esteban Maroto, Paul Gulacy, Enrich, Sanjulian, and more!
FC | 78 Cards | 4.75” x 2.75” | $19.99 | Teen +
Dynamite Entertainment celebrates the vibrant history of the one and only Vampirella with a functioning Tarot Card Deck that captures the timeless images of the 1969 Vampirella Magazine art in a unique and enjoyable collectible. Created in 1969 by horror icon Forrest J. Ackerman, Vampirella has thrived for nearly 50 years delivering classic tales of terror in comics, graphic novels, and magazines. These cover images helped to define the horror comic genre with master illustrators like Frank Frazetta, Sanjulian, Bill Hughes, Jose Gonzalez, Enrich, Esteban Maroto, and Paul Gulacy along with a host of other legendary contributing artists.
This first game offering from Dynamite Entertainment is a fun and exciting way to immerse yourself in the world of Vampirella. This set of 78 Vampirella Tarot cards illustrates the major and minor arcana and comes in a deluxe illustrated box with instructions for divining the future. The cards are built in a beautiful art deco style that embraces the vintage look and feel of the classic Vampirella Magazine covers.
In the lead up to the beginning of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Lost Art Promotion, Konami has announced an upcoming product release set for next Friday, 1/19 – the Structure Deck: Wave of Light!
Each Structure Deck: Wave of Light will come fully loaded with a 41-card Main Deck plus a Token Card: 36 Common Cards, 3 Super Rare Cards, 2 Ultra Rare Cards, 1 Token Card, 1 Beginner’s Guide, and 1 Double-sided Deluxe Game Mat/Dueling Guide.
Duelists will be excited to see that fairies are back in a big way this New Year, harnessing a bounty of wisdom to counter anything their foe throws at them. You get to make the final call on what resolves with Structure Deck: Wave of Light! This 41-card themed Deck takes the popular Counter Trap Fairy strategy to new heights.
In this Structure Deck, fans will find that Airknight Parshath is back and more powerful than ever. A massive 2800 ATK makes this new form the strongest Parshath yet, and its synergy with Counter Traps allows it to either descend from the sky or resurrect itself if it has fallen. A new Field Spell fills the role of The Sanctuary in the Sky while also providing your Fairies with added protection. There is also a Counter Trap that not only negates any effect, but Summons any Parshath from your Main or Extra Deck!
Are you ready to discover the lost art for some of the most powerful cards ever printed in the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME? Six special cards that have existed since the beginning of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME are about to surface with new artwork through the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME The Lost Art Promotion, beginning February 2018 at participating KONAMI Official Tournament Stores.
These cards hark back to the original Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series and its pervading Egyptian theme, all used by Yugi in his quest to regain the lost memories of the Pharaoh and save the world from evil. Monster Reborn and all five pieces of the unstoppable Exodia have been available in Asia for nearly two decades with special card art that was never released outside of that continent. But thanks to The Lost Art Promotion at Official Tournament Stores, those cards will soon become available worldwide!
During The Lost Art Promotion, customers who spend a minimum of $30 (excluding sales tax) on Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG products at Official Tournament Stores will receive a free “lost art” promotional card with their purchase (while supplies last). The Lost Art Promotion will span six months, and a different promotional card will be available each month.
Beginning in February, participants in The Lost Art Promotion will receive a special copy of an Ultra Rare Monster Reborn, featuring the original 1999 artwork, never before released outside of Asia and pre-dating the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME’s release in North America! Over the following five months, Duelists will be able to get Exodia the Forbidden One, Left Arm of the Forbidden One, Right Arm of the Forbidden One, Left Leg of the Forbidden One, and Right Leg of the Forbidden One from the Lost Art Promotion, also with their 1999, never-seen-outside-of-Asia artwork.
Enthusiasts of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series and the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME have waited for over fifteen years to see Monster Reborn and the five pieces of Exodia printed with their original card arts. Soon they’ll be able to get those special cards simply by purchasing Yu-Gi-Oh! products at a participating Official Tournament Store. For more information about the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME The Lost Art Promotion, please visit the FAQ.
Earlier today, WizKids announced they’d be changing up the release of Dice Masters with the addition of campaign boxes. The first to be released, as of now, will be Marvel Dice Masters: Avengers Infinity. In the announcement it was mentioned that we’d be seeing more Team Packs as well. Along with the campaign box, it looks like two of those will be released as well.
Set for release in May will be Marvel Dice Masters: Kree Invasion Team Pack and Marvel Dice Masters: Justice Like Lightning Team Pack. The first focuses on the cosmic side of the Marvel universe with Guardians of the Galaxy and Kree while the second features Thunderbolts.
The Marvel Dice Masters: Kree Invasion Team Pack looks like it’ll include Drax, Rocket Raccoon, Captain Marvel, Surpeme Intelligence, Mantis, and Groot, and more.
The Marvel Dice Masters: Justice Like Lightning Team Pack will include Atlas, Citizen V, Songbird, Hawkeye, and more.
WizKids is shaking things up in 2018 for their popular Dice Masters game. The game has been available in various configurations including blind packs in “gravity feeds,” starter sets, Team Packs, and non-blind set releases.
Based on feedback, the company will be releasing more non-blind box sets dubbed “campaign boxes.” The first two will be Avengers Infinity and Warhammer 40,000. By shifting the focus of how players buy Dice Masters to non-blind product, they’re trying to lower the barrier to entry for fans who are interested in trying the game fresh or maybe exploring one of the IPs in the game they haven’t tried yet.
A Campaign Box has 48 different character cards that could be used to build hundreds of different teams for head-to-head thematic play right out of the box. Layer in 10 Basic Action Cards and the replayability seems limitless. Adding in a Team Pack or two will let players customize their teams even further, or replace one of the two entirely. A single Campaign Box has storage to fit over 300 dice and their matching cards; that’s more than 10 Team Packs you can fit above-and-beyond the Campaign Box’s original contents.
The new Warhammer 40,000 line already has two Team Packs announced, one for Space Wolves and the other for Orks.
The announcement also hinted at changes in the maximum number of dice for some cards.
There are plenty of characters that are powerful enough to be included on tournament teams without ever being used at 4 copies of that die. In some previous non-blind releases, cards had a maximum number of dice based on the configuration. This potentially held back some cards from seeing their maximum potential in tournament play even if it had no effect on others. Cards in Campaign Boxes are going to have the Max dice based on the game play, just like cards from boosters would.
Expect more variations than the usual four dice maximum for cards in the future.
The Magic: The Gathering community has been a bit introspective after harassment of a beloved member forced her to withdraw from the community. Wizards of the Coast has been looking at how to improve things, starting with a ban of some of the individuals behind the harassment.
After input from players, retailers, tournament organizaers, fans, and staff, the game company has revealed a “code of conduct” that will be hanging in game spaces soon.
The are still figuring out how to roll out the code with it likely being posted in stores soon.
It also allows something written players can post to and then use to contact the operator of stores, streams, play space, our tournament.
(via Wizards of the Coast)
A few days ago Dice Masters Battle for Ultramar was revealed. It’s the first Games Workshop licensed release from WizKids. The two companies announced a partnership earlier in the year and now the world of Warhammer 40,000 is coming to Dice Masters.
While we have seen the box for the two-player starter set and art for Space Wolves and Ork team packs, we now are getting a look at the cards themselves (without the abilities).
Right away, we can see the game involve not just named characters but generic units as well. Dice Masters Battle for Ultramar arrives in 2018.
It wasn’t that long ago that WizKids revealed they entered a partnership with Games Workshop and hinted that the world of Warhammer 40,000 would be coming to Dice Masters. The first release has now been revealed, Warhammer 40,000 Dice Masters: Battle for Ultramar Campaign Box.
Players can pit the Ultramarines against the Deathguard or mix them together. Whether players are interested in a game or two between Warhammer skirmishes or building the perfect team, this is a release that can’t be missed!
Also being released are two team packs, one for Orks and the other for Space Wolves.
The date for release is currently July 2018.