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Post under VS2PCG by: PauperTim on January 22, 2016
Pauper Tim

Today we have another spoiler in addition to Mary Walker, though I don't have the time to write an article about that one. Right now we have Hidden Weapons. What does this card actually bring to the table? Isn't Stark Tech strictly better? Let's take a look.

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Post under VS2PCG by: PauperTim on January 22, 2016
Pauper Tim

The VS2PCG: Defenders expansion is delayed a week from January 27, 2016 to February 3, 2016. Hopefully we will have the full set spoiled by then and have high all high quality card images for the website.

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Post under VS2PCG by: PauperTim on January 16, 2016
Luke Cage Main Character Level 1

This time around we have three new spoilers, Luke Cake Main Character Level 1, Luke Cage Main Character Level 2 and Iron Fist which is very complimentary to Luke Cage, though he is strong enough to be played independently. Let's dive right in to analyze these cards and how they might shape up in the metagame.

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Post under VS2PCG by: PauperTim on January 14, 2016
Pauper Tim

This card is very thematic but I'm unsure of how much I will enjoy it due to being frozen the next turn. It does seem very powerful still and it may be a very strong character to build around. I am very interested in what the rest of the set has in store.

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Post under VS2PCG by: PauperTim on January 14, 2016
Pauper Tim

For those who haven't been introduced to VS System, it used to be an old CCG card game though due to several contributing factors, the game died out.

However, they have brought it back in a LCG style model which is where you buy a box of cards and know exactly every card that is in it. No more random boosters hoping to get the cards that you want. Not only do you know what you are getting, but they give you a playset of all of the cards so you don't even really have to buy more than one copy.

My only experience with the old CCG was upon initial release with a few starter decks. I never got very interested in the game because I was more into magic, and would rather put my time and money into it. The great thing about the LCG format, is that I don't have to dump a lot of money into it to own a playset of everything. This keeps my wallet happy and it makes me feel like my investment is low.

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