DC Deck-Building Game - Multiverse Box Blog 1: Somewhere To Store Your Multiverse Of Cards

By DekanWheeler

The DC Deck-Building Game was first launched by Cryptozoic Entertainment in 2012. Since then, we have expanded with four more full standalone games and three Crisis cooperative expansions, as well as four Crossover Packs (with two more in the works) that add new playable characters and cards from classic comics, the Arrow TV show, and even Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s classic graphic novel Watchmen.

With hundreds and hundreds of cards now in existence, our fans have continually cried out, “Give us a way to store everything!” Well, 2017 is the year when it finally happens with the release of the DC Deck-Building Game Multiverse Box.

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At its heart, the DC Deck-Building Game Multiverse Box is a place to store and organize your entire collection of DC Deck-Building Game cards, so they are all easily accessible in one place. When you open the box, you will find three channels that are divided by two protective walls. Each channel has two pieces of form-fitted foam that can be used to hold your cards snuggly in place, so that any jostling will not knock your well-organized cards around. If you sleeve your cards, you’ll have nothing to worry about, as standard sleeves fit in the organizer. Lastly, 20 tabs for all sets through Crossover Pack for Birds of Prey (coming out later in 2017) come with the Multiverse Box, allowing you to find the set/expansion you need quickly.

Being able to track down your cards is especially important, because this isn’t just a place to store your cards! We’ve also included an exclusive Multiverse Crossover Pack in the box that utilizes ALL of the cards in your collection, no matter how many releases you own.

Three of the 33 new cards included in this brand new game experience are your new Super-Villain stack: Brainiac, Telos, and Deimos. Those names should give you a bit of a hint as to which DC event this expansion is themed around.

  

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After looking at those cards, you’re probably asking yourself, “What is an Event Line-Up and how the heck do I get a Champion?” We know that everyone is chomping at the bit to find out what this new Multiverse-themed game mode is all about, but you’ll have to be patient for just a while longer. In a week or two we’ll give you a closer look at the rules for creating your own Multiverse using the DC Deck-Building Game Multiverse Box, which comes out mid-2017 for $25.

In the meantime, let us know how you think this new game mode works. Be ever vigilant and watch Cryptozoic.com or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter so that you can all converge on the second part of this blog series in a few weeks.

DekanWheeler's picture DekanWheeler

Dekan Wheeler is the Marketing Manager at Cryptozoic Entertainment. He loves to play 4x, worker placement and social decution games, but honestly isn't that picky. Most of his life currently consists of waiting for his daughter to become old enough to corrupt with nerd culture.

He also is known to be not very photogenic.