WizKids held its Dice Masters Regional Championship at the Salt Lake City Comic Con last weekend, and today we have a look at the top two decks.

One thing that I’ve noticed over the last couple of tournaments is that you can’t win with just one deck/dice build; you need to mix multiple sets together to defeat others. In the decks below, you’ll see Marvel, DC War of Light, Dungeons and Dragons, and I’m pretty sure at least one Yugioh card.

1st – Christopher Lanese

Basic Actions

  • Magic Missile
  • Polymorph

Characters/Actions

  • Professor X: Trainer – 1 Die
  • Magneto: Magnetic Monster – 1 Die
  • Mera: Queen of Atlantis – 1 Die
  • Loki: Loki Laufeyson – 2 Dice
  • Jinzo: Trap Destroyer – 4 Dice
  • Hulk: Green Goliath – 4 Dice
  • Constantine: Hellblazer – 4 Dice
  • Human Paladin: Lesser Emerald Enclave – 3 Dice

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2nd – Logan Hess

Basic Actions

  • Polymorph
  • Magic Missile

Characters/Actions

  • Professor X: Recruiting Young Mutants – 1 Die
  • Hulk: Green Goliath – 2 Dice
  • Nick Fury: Patch – 2 Dice
  • Black Widow: Tsarina – 4 Dice
  • Doomcaliber Knight: Fiendish Fighter – 1 Die
  • Constantine: Hellblazer – 3 Dice
  • Injection Fairy Lily: Forced Injection – 3 Dice
  • Wasp: Founding Avenger – 3 Dice

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WizKids shared these builds, plus the third and fourth place winners from the tournament. If you are new to Dice Masters, these builds can help you get started, and beat the other players at your local game store.  It’s interesting that both players had Polymorph and Magic Missle, which means I may need to investigate these cards a bit more and “borrow” a couple from DnDBrian.

via WizKids

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