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Jacob Stick
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As the Avengers have become divided between Registration and Non-Registration members the in fighting has begun and it has even America split. However there is still one side working for unity. The next generation of heroes can see that all of this fighting is only making things worse for those around them and it is up to them to come in between them and get them to talk out their differences, rather than having them fight it out. Will they be successful or will one of the two side take an advantage over the other in the upcoming all out Civil War?

Additional Statistic: If you lost, which side won?

1-Player
Expansions you will need to play: Civil War, Secret Wars Vol. 1
Scheme: United States Split by Civil War
Mastermind: Misty Knight
Henchmen: Cape Killers
Villain(s): Manhattan (Earth-1610)
Heroes: Patriot, Stature, Wiccan

2-Players
Expansions you will need to play: Civil War, Secret Wars Vol. 1
Scheme: United States Split by Civil War
Mastermind: Misty Knight
Henchmen: Cape Killers
Villain(s): Manhattan (Earth-1610), Heroes for Hire
Heroes: Patriot, Stature, Wiccan, Hulking, Speedball

3-Players
Added Villain(s): Registration Enforcers

4-Players
Added Villain(s): Registration Enforcers
Added Henchmen: Sentinels

5-Players
Added Villain(s): Registration Enforcers, Superhuman Registration Act
Added Henchmen: Sentinels
Added Hero: Tigra
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Jacob Stick
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Solo

Zeromus
Game 1: Good Won!
Player 1: 28

2-Players

Usuba
Game 1: Good Won!
Player 1: 32
Player 2: 34
Game 2: Good Won!
Player 1: 36
Player 2: 34

SABird
Game 1: Good Won!
Player 1 (Bird): 23
Player 2 (Wife): 29
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Chris Hinkes
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New York
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Solo play. Good wins with 1 card remaining in the villain deck (a villain). 28 points.

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Stephen Mills
United Kingdom
Forest Row
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Having watched Luke Cage all weekend I finally find some time to play.

Both games final blow.

Good wins!
P1 32
P2 34

Good wins!
P1 36
P2 34

The first game was pure luck with six twists in the remainder of the villain deck by the end of the game (12 cards). At first I felt a loss coming quickly but both decks became very strong very quickly, the bonus heroes from the villain deck really helped.

The second game the city was pretty clear. I made the mistake to take out a villain with a captured bystander so Speedball's Bounce Around only hit for 2///, this prolonged the game which otherwise would have been much shorter as I was so often short by 1 or 2///. In the final hand Huckling Impersonate copied Ultimate Thor to easily get that final blow in.

Nice combinations
 
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Steve Bird
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Good won!!

Me: 23
She: 29

We were able to keep the city rather empty most of the time, negating the negative effects of the Twists. The gainable Manhattan (Earth 1610) cards really strengthened my deck, but also cut down on my victory point total.
 
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