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DC COMICS DECK-BUILDING GAME: FOREVER EVIL

It’s fun to be bad! In the DC Comics Deck-building Game: Forever Evil, players finally get to play the game as some of the most famous Super-Villains in the DC Universe. Craft a truly demented deck, and give those Justice League do-gooders what’s coming to them!

With a name like Forever Evil, you can expect to find new and more dangerous Attacks, rugged Defenses, and a whole mess of way to mess with your opponents. Literally dozens of new ways for you look at your friend and say, “Sorry, buddy.”

Card destruction is rampant in the set! Like every good Villain knows, henchmen you leave behind don’t count toward the bottom line. If you’re tired of ending the game with Starter cards still in your deck, then this is the set for you! Whittle your deck down to just the essential cards and your victory is assured.

Forever Evil introduces Victory Point tokens to DC Deck-building Game! Now you can earn VPs throughout the game. Marvel at your riches while the other players can only guess at how well they are doing. Just be on the lookout for lowly thieves who would steal away your hard-earned loot.

While this game is a full-fledged standalone game, it can also be mixed with all previous releases in the line.


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Stephen Schleicher

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