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Sentinels of the Multiverse

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Enhanced Edition

The First edition of Sentinels of the Multiverse was released for purchase at Gencon 2011. Since then it has had a skyrocket of success, spawning several expansions, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickstarter projects, and earning the 'Best New Game' at Gencon2011 award. The First Edition was eventually replaced with the Enhanced Edition, which included better card stock, a much larger box, dividers to keep decks separate, and a variety of HP and status tokens.

Contains 10 Heroes, 4 Environments, and 4 Villains.

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Rook City

The First expansion, Rook City was revealed via Kickstarter in October, 2011, sent to Kickstarter backers in March, 2012, and made available to the public in April, 2012 at PAX East. It introduced the first Difficulty 4 Villains. Themed around the gritty criminal reality of Rook City, and natural style heroes and villains, it is often considered to have the most difficult villain and the most challenging environment. In December 2013 it was reprinted and sold in a new box, bundled with Infernal Relics.

Contains 2 Heroes, 2 Environments, and 4 Villains.

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Infernal Relics

The Second Expansion Infernal Relics was revealed via Kickstarter in April, 2012 and released with the Enhanced Edition in August, 2012 at GenCon. Themed around magic and mystical heroes and villains, it is said its heroes are the most difficult to master in terms of complexity. In December 2013 it was reprinted and sold in a new box, bundled with Rook City.

Contains 2 Heroes, 2 Environments, and 4 Villains.

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Shattered Timelines

The Third Expansion Shattered Timelines was revealed during a kickstarter in November 2012 and was released in May 2013. The new heroes and environments involve time travel, while the villains are split among time travel and alternate (dark) versions of existing heroes.

Contains 2 Heroes, 2 Environments, and 4 Villains.

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Vengeance

Released in February 2014, it added radical new elements to the game. The new mechanic revolves around playing against multiple villains at once, the team members of the Vengeance Five, selecting an equal number of villains as heroes and each having a turn between each hero. This is different than against such group villains such as the The Ennead and the Chairman/Operative.

Contains 5 Heroes, 2 Environments, and 5 Vengeance Style Villains.

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Wrath of the Cosmos

The fourth expansion, Wrath of the Cosmos Expansion was discovered on the side of the Vengeance box, during the Gathering of Heroes 2014. It was released Jan 2015. Its theme is around cosmic heroes and villains, including distant worlds for the environments, and alien characters.

Contains 2 Heroes, 2 Environments, and 4 Villains.

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Villains of the Multiverse

The fifth Expansion, Villains of the Multiverse was announced as a pre order event from the GtG Website. It contains 10 Vengeance Style villains, fully interchangeable with Vengeance villains, and four environments. It was released Dec 2015. As the title suggests, there were no heroes released in this, the penultimate expansion.

Contains 0 Heroes, 4 Environments, and 10 Vengeance Style Villains.

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OblivAeon

This expansion was first teased as an ARG Event (Alternate Reality Game) through finding clues in the Rule book for Villains and online, that lead to a series of comics that explained the story of Progeny. This is the final expansion to the Sentinels of the Multiverse Game, which will include a new game mode in fighting OblivAeon. This is the end of the main Timeline for Sentinels of the Multiverse, the RPG and Sentinel Tactics being two separate distinct timelines that split shortly after this event.

Contains 5 Heroes, 5 Environments, and OblivAeon

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Mini Expansion

Mini Expansions are additional decks released in mostly singular format, Heroes, Villains, and Environments. They were mostly as stretch reward goals for the various Kickstarters and Pre-Order events.

Contains 9 Heroes (5 individuals, and one 4 hero set), 4 villains, and 4 Environments

Sentinel Tactics

This is one of two divergent timelines that occurs after the OblivAeon Event. This timeline features a more cynical future, where there is a general groundswell of public opinion turning against Super Powered individuals, blaming their existence for causing OblivAeon to focus his attention on the Earth.

Sentinel Tactics is a TacDie System game (Developed by Living World Games). Each player controls one or more characters, with unique powers, moving tokens or miniatures on a hex grid board.

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Sentinel Tactics: Flame of Freedom

Taking place several years after the main timelines of the Card Game, Sentinels Tactics will be a TacDie based system (developed by Living World Games). Each player will control one or more heroes or villains, with unique powers, as a cooperative team competitive game (Teams will compete against each other). Sentinel Tactics was released in Q4 2014

Contains

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Sentinel Tactics: Uprising

Uprising is the First Expansion for Sentinel Tactics. It contains all of the stretch reward heroes from the Sentinel Tactics Kickstarter, and several more Scenario's describing their stories within Tactics. It was free to all KS Backers, and retail separately from the core game, Flames of Freedom. It was released Q4, 2014

Contains

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Battle for Broken City

Sentinel Tactics: Battle for Broken City

Proposed Core Set #2. As of August 2016, Battle for Broken City was delayed indefinitely to rework some of the core game mechanics.

DELAYED

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For Profit

Sentinel Tactics: For Profit

Proposed Expansion Set #2. As of August 2016, For Profit was delayed indefinitely to rework some of the core game mechanics.

DELAYED

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Prime War

Sentinel Tactics: Prime War

Proposed Core Set #2. As of August 2016, with a rework of the core base rules, Prime War was announced to replace orders for Battle for Broken City and For Profit.

Contains Currently Unknown

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Rise of the Ennead

Sentinel Tactics: Rise of the Ennead

Proposed Expansion Set #2. As of August 2016, with a rework of the core base rules, Rise of the Ennead was announced to replace orders for Battle for Broken City and For Profit.

Contains Currently Unknown

Sentinels Comics RPG

This is the other divergent timeline after the OblivAeon Event. In this timeline, there is more support for Super Powered individuals due to the recognition that Earth and the Universe would have been doomed but for their efforts. In this timeline, Legacy realizes that they need more individuals with powers than ever before, and pushes for more teams to form - i.e, the players of the RPG.

Announced Product, still in Playtesting.

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