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Subject: Design Your Best Crisis Story: Horror Theme rss

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With the scariest holiday on the year upon us, and after creating the Marvel Zombies custom set it would be fitting to put together a Horror themed Crisis driven story. This can be played in Solitaire as well as Coop. This is an advanced Crisis Challenge.

In a previous post the idea of Designing Your Own Crisis Card Story Challenge was introduced.
https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1558419/design-your-best-cr...

Advance Story Challenge Rules:
-Select the Crisis cards
-Select the Super-Villains
-Put the Crisis and companion Super-Villain together then put them both in the order you like the story to unfold.
-When the current Crisis card is defeated the next is not flipped until the current Super-Villian is defeated.


Main Deck size: 100 cards
(A smaller deck makes time a central part of the story. Time running out creates suspense, a key element in making a good horror story)

Crisis (in this order)
1) Rise of the Dead
2) Missing Heroes
3) A City Destroyed
4) The Justice League is Dead
5) Abandon All Hope

Super-Villains
1) Black Hand
2) Hades
3) Neuron
4) Black Lantern Superman
5) Crisis Nekron (Impossible Mode)

Cards to Include in the Main Deck:
2x Black Lantern Corps
Black Lantern Martian Manhunter
Black Lantern Blue Beetle
Black Lantern Batman
Black Lantern Aquaman
Black Lantern Wonder Woman
Black Lantern Green Arrow
Black Lantern Power Ring

Remember: the next Crisis doesn't get flipped until the Super-Villain is defeated.

Have fun trying to get through this challenging horror themed deck. How many Super-Villains can you get through before the zombie hordes destroy the city?
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