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Chris
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Since the MM tactics are villains, I’m assuming when you fight them you do the “fight” ability?
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Jason Desmarais
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That is how I play it. This scheme does not have text that says to ignore other text on the mastermind tactic.
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S and E Honeyman
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I believe you are correct. The card text doesn't say anything about ignore the card text, fight ability, etc., so I'm pretty sure you would do the fight effect each time you fight them.
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Ninja'd. Guess I type to slow.
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However, abilities on the Mastermind top card don’t apply to the Tactic-Villains, they just have their printed Attack, so Stryfe, Arnim Zola and co are easier while Kingpin, Galactus etc will be harder.
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dontfeedthegreen wrote:
However, abilities on the Mastermind top card don’t apply to the Tactic-Villains, they just have their printed Attack, so Stryfe, Arnim Zola and co are easier while Kingpin, Galactus etc will be harder.

ooooooooooooooo. didn't know that. I may have played that wrong. Thanks.
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DrPolygon wrote:
dontfeedthegreen wrote:
However, abilities on the Mastermind top card don’t apply to the Tactic-Villains, they just have their printed Attack, so Stryfe, Arnim Zola and co are easier while Kingpin, Galactus etc will be harder.

ooooooooooooooo. didn't know that. I may have played that wrong. Thanks.


That's interesting. I would have played that wrong as well. The tactic-villains are still the mastermind, no? Why wouldn't Kingpin-the-tactic-villain take a bribe, for instance?

Of course, that doesn't help to justify why Baron Zemo should get reduced attacks based on the victory pile.

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Michael Green
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Taking a look back at the card text it is a bit ambiguous.

It says the Tactics are shuffled into the Villain deck as Villains (which I would interpret as meaning they only have their printed abilities and not the characteristics of the Mastermind), then it continues to refer to them as Tactics for the rest of the Scheme text.

It’s a fun Scheme either way.
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Scott Wheelock
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It doesn’t matter, since you don’t fight Tactics even when they’re under the MM. You fight the Mastermind, and draw a Tactic as a way of getting different Fight effects (and tracking defeats). So Tactics being Villians is really the only option.
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