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February 26th, 2017
WizKids is pleased to announce the release of the Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine Starter Set at friendly local game stores in the U.S.
Designed by Mike Elliott and Eric M. Lang, the Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine Starter Set expands on the hit dice-building game, Dice Masters, and is sure to lead to blazing dice battles on the tabletop. The Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine Starter Set will be the first annual starter set that is not linked to a larger release. This set features fan-favorite characters like Iron Man, War Machine, Howard Stark, and Rescue and reveals versions of Iron Man’s armor NEVER-BEFORE SEEN in Dice Masters along with new takes on 8 Marvel Dice Masters heroes!
With game-play that supports two players in epic dice battles, the Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine Starter Set will let players build their own teams of heroes and villains! A great set for both beginners and seasoned players, Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine is available at North American retailers today!
January 22nd, 2017
Dice Masters Fans! The Marvel Dice Masters: Iron Man and War Machine Starter Set is coming soon, and they have got some exciting previews of what cards you’ll see!
Today we’ll be looking at three cards with the brand new Suit Up keyword!
When Tony Stark wants to suit up with his armor, he doesn’t have to wait, and now neither do you! When you purchase a character die with the Suit Up keyword, you can immediately field it on its level two side if you KO another character die that matches its keyword.
Need quick access to a character with the Fast keyword? Then War Machine: JRXL-1000 is the character for you. James Rhodes won’t mind if Iron Man borrows the armor he made for Rhodey. Suit up Iron Man in Rhodey’s “Fast”er armor by KO’ing an Iron Man die after purchasing War Machine for superior combat abilities.
Iron Manor: Celestial Slayer truly takes full advantage of the Suit Up keyword. There’s no reason to worry about paying the fielding cost on the Stark Industries die you Suited Up last turn. Just use Iron Manor’s Global Ability to spin that level two die down a level to reduce the fielding cost of the die you suited up. And now that you have several different Stark Industries affiliated character’s in the Field Zone, your Iron Manor dice, which get +1A and +1D for each other active Stark Industries character will be even bigger!