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    [FanZ]:Under The Sea

    Spam is typically something that players don’t love in DBZ – whether its decks that generate action after action, cycle the same Dragon Ball multiple times a turn, or lay their entire hand full of allies, setups, and/or drills on the board during their Planning Step.

    One of the Ultra-Rares in Legends, Amphibious Exploration Drill, tackles the issue of the Planning Step spam.  It’s no fun when your opponent drops 3 Dragon Balls on the first or second turn of the game, or when 3 Allies hit the board.  This drill allows for a new kind of control deck to be built; perhaps one driven by Android 20 with his ability to tutor this card on his Level 1?
    To make this card worth running, the parenthetical will let you filter it out of your hand to gain stages in a pinch.  While not as powerful as some other filtering effects, it still lets you ‘save it for later’ while generating a benefit.
    How will you use this card to drive your opponent crazy?
     

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    [FanZ]:TRAIN INSAIYAN

    Drills are love-em or hate-em for most players of DBZ, but no one can doubt their power.  Whether you’re an Orange Style fan and love using your Drills as much as possible, or you’re a control player just looking for an edge in Black or Namekian, there’s usually something to be excited about when it comes to new Drills.
    Enjoy these new Styled Drills from Legends, officially releasing July 1st!

    We have one more Drill to share — a freestyle Ultra Rare that’s Limit 2 per deck!  This card will absolutely devastate decks that try and spam the board, so check back in Friday for the reveal.
     

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    [FanZ]:I Am Legend

    The following breakdown of Bardock was crafted by Phil McGrath.  Enjoy the long awaited debut of the Father of Goku!
     
     
    It could be said that the entirety of the Dragon Ball universe is set in motion on a day many years ago, when Bardock made his best Jor-El impression and strapped an infant Kakarot into a ship that would one day take him to Earth. This is the only interaction we see between Bardock and his son. Perhaps it’s no surprise then that Goku doesn’t seem to have any parenting skills himself. But today, in honor of Father’s day, we celebrate Bardock anyway!
    Bardock possesses some unusual powers for a Saiyan, and his iconic personality stack in the Score era reflected this. One of our design goals was to capture both his essence as a character, as well as the nature of his original stack.

    Bardock level 1 kicks things off by picking through your opponent’s deck and removing particular threats, as well as providing critical deck knowledge in the beginning stages of the game. His power also grants a peek at your opponent’s hand, a nod to his original level 1. This comes at the cost of a little bit of self-destruction, however there are ways to mitigate the cost (or turn it into a positive!) for those players out there with a keen perception. Additionally, Bardock possesses a unique constant that will guarantee 1 anger per turn in tandem with his power, and escalate quickly against decks like Orange Retribution or Restored Gohan that are repeatedly searching for things. Players can get the most mileage out of this power by utilizing other effects to pick through the opponent’s deck such as Surprise Attack and Black Scout Maneuver.
     

    Bardock masters the ability to peer into the soul of his opponent at level 2, gaining a full hand reveal at all times. His constant continues to provide a source of anger, this time triggered by mill effects. In order to reach the upper levels of Bardock’s power, recurring mill sources such as Blue Waiting Drill, Orange Energy Dan Drill, and Black Perceptive Mastery will be a huge boon. This level also contains a familiar hand filtering power that Bardock can utilize both to permanently remove the very threats that his level 1 targeted, as well as control the flow of combat.

    At level 3, Bardock retains his mental abilities while sharpening his deck destruction focus. Although this level can only target styled cards, repeated uses can pick apart an opponent’s strategy with terrifying speed. On top of the ability to sculpt your opponent’s deck into the opposite of a fine oiled machine, his power provides a little bit of combo potential in multiple styles. Red Ascension and Blue Resolute have obvious synergy with this effect. This ability is strong on its own, but when coupled with hand and deck knowledge, it is especially potent!

    Bardock finally ascends to legendary status and his personality powers reflect that. He once again retains his hand knowledge. This time, he gains a vaguely familiar constant effect that heavily amplifies your opponents deck weaknesses. With full knowledge and persistent hand advantage (both in quality and quantity) he is a force to be reckoned with. His power also provides a moderate flow of stages and a decent sized mill effect with some additional utility. It’s not hard to imagine situations where Bardock could mill his own styled setups into play in a pinch!

    The ability to see beyond time surely presents some unusual choices, and this premonition will force both players to make difficult decisions based on what outcome they want! The card is an immediate +1 to hand advantage in Bardock’s favor, as well as a combo tool with certain Black effects.

    Bardock’s Spirit Javelin searches for, and destroys, a card from your opponent’s deck. This triggers his constant effects on both level 1 and 2. It also provides a lot of unusual utility. The effect will be unwieldy, and it is easy to imagine scenarios where it will not be especially strong, but against combat oriented decks it gives Bardock access to your opponent’s full arsenal of immediate effects. Critical effects, tech, and anger will be at Bardock’s disposal, if only for a moment in time.
    Stay tuned for further spoilers from all corners of the community, including a third MP reveal on the way!
    -Phil McGrath-

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    [FanZ]:Planet Guardian

    Kami has had a rough go.  In the original Score DBZ CCG, he never appeared as a personality card until the Retro days.  “Kami Fades” and “Kami as Your Ally” were cute cards in the Frieza Saga, but such an important character deserved his own MP stack.  Even in Panini’s version, he was only granted an Ally card (albeit a very powerful and popular one).
    Kami’s role throughout Dragon Ball & Dragon Ball Z is to be the guardian of Earth, and the creator of the Earth Dragon Balls.  When Kami (or Piccolo) dies, they cease to function.  With the Earth Dragon Balls being under-powered and under-represented in Panini DBZ, we wanted to craft a powerful character to take advantage of the large buff and ball-bouncing that the mastery provides.

    Kami – Earth’s Guardian starts off with a Constant effect that feels just like Namekian Knowledge Mastery’s mill effect.  With the extensive ball-bouncing cards available to EDB’s, this ability alone can swing games.  He even brings one to the table in the form of his printed, free energy attack, that allows you to search out incredible Styled Drills as an immediate effect.  Black Smoothness Drill, Namekian Hospitality Drill, or Namekian Heritage Drill would all make great choices (just to name a few).  Pepper in solid damage, along with anger & rejuvenation on HIT, and you have a very solid level 1.

    Kami – Prepared wastes no time in reminding you that you get to keep your drills when you advance to, or lower from, Level 2.  His energy attack ramps up the damage, while adding targeted rejuv & an automatic Ball capture.  You can even pile on with another drill tutor if it HITs and you have 3 or more EDB’s.  You can use this to grab a drill that you just rejuvenated!

    Kami – Fighting Spirit lets you ball-bounce AND recover a banished EDB as soon as you advance to Level 3.  His constant is one of the most powerful modifiers in the game, and rewards you for controlling 3 or more EDB’s with a massive -3 stage debuff on all of your opponent’s attacks, and a +3 life card buff to your own energies.  That means with Namekian Radiant Mastery, you can be delivering an insane +5 life cards of damage to your attacks!  His POWER also helps with the ball bounce/ball recovery game, not to mention grabbing important drills you may have lost to endurance or banishment.
    Yes, we see the typos on this card and they will be fixed before release!

    Kami – Overseer wants to end the game.  When you reach Level 4, you get a free EDB capture or you can recover a banished EDB directly into play!  Even though Kami loses his Constant abilities on Level 4, he packs a monster Energy Attack for 6 life cards that should easily meet its requirements to grab a Styled Drill & being unstoppable.  That means if you are running Namekian Radiant Mastery and grab Namekian Heritage Drill, this will be an unstoppable Energy Attack for 12 life cards!
    No personality would be complete without their named cards, and Kami’s are some of the best.

    Kami’s Focused Beams is another named card that begs to be used with Defiant Challenge.  An immediate effect that tutors a Styled Drill, along with the potential for insane damage output with double modifiers — oh, and a crazy HIT effect!  Being able to give your opponent a Dragon Ball (for you to capture back) is the obvious use — but what other sneaky things can be done with this card?

    Want to make your opponent feel the mill pain, on top of your Level 1 power?  Kami’s Guardian Drill will ruin their day.  Tutorable with almost all of Kami’s levels & Focused Beams, this card will deliver massive amounts of mill damage every single turn while it’s in play along with some EDB’s.  Targeted rejuv of up to 2 cards and endurance are just icing on the cake for what should be a very powerful card in the Legends meta.
    Thanks for reading our first Legends preview, and look for the set to be available on July 1st!

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    [FanZ]:Have you Tried Villain Vegeta?

    “Have you tried Villain Vegeta?”
    While this statement from the old Panini Blog has become a tongue-in-cheek meme, it was only slightly away from the truth.  With an amazing, anger-gaining named card in Vegeta’s Final Flash, Villain Vegeta was looking mighty interesting.  His anger-centric powers lend themselves nicely to a monster attack, plus an aggressive personality loves ways out of combat once the damage is done.
    However, Vegeta’s original Level 1 from Premiere really doesn’t hold up these days.  While it IS easier to achieve HIT status than ever before, Vegeta offers no card advantage, no active ability on his villain Level 1, and low power levels/power-up rating.
    In Legends, we get a glimpse at the powerful Prince of Saiyans as a child, long before he becomes Goku’s greatest rival.
    Note: This card should be considered still in ‘alpha’ status, as playtesting for Legends is still in full swing.  Our intent is to keep the final product as close to the following as possible, but changes may occur.  

    Vegeta, The Crown Prince addresses almost ever concern with the classic Villain Vegeta Level 1.  His power level is still on the low-side, reflecting his abilities before the start of Dragon Ball Z.  However, he won’t stay down for long, as his new constant ability adds extra anger to every card you play that doesn’t include ‘anger’ in the text box.  Keep in mind this includes things that LOWER your opponent’s anger, so choose wisely!
    If that wasn’t enough, Vegeta finally has a strong ability to lead off the game with — a Physical Attack for 4 stages is equivalent to the power of Broly, and like Broly he also raises his anger by 1 as an immediate effect.  The HIT effect is also solid, and will give your opponent pause and perhaps even force a block in a situation where they would normally let a 4 stage attack hit.
    Oh, and peep that PUR of 3!
    When Legends drops on July 1st, Vegeta won’t be the only Saiyan getting a legacy level update — but he may be the most exciting!
    So, are you excited to try Villain Vegeta?

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    Staff Members Wanted


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    TCG Top Tier is currently looking for a few Staff members for the following position:
    Content Writer(s) - Star Wars: Destiny
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    These positions are strictly volunteer positions, but writing for this game is a great way to get known in the community. In addition, there are other perks thrown your way occasionally.
    Interested individuals should:
    Be active in the community.
    Passionate about the game.
    Willing to submit content on a regular basis.
    Possess adequate writing skills, in addition to proper grammar.
    If you are interested, please message me via Private Message, or message us on Facebook.

    [FanZ]:Blog Status & Kai Event Dates

    Greetings, FanZ faithful!  It’s been over a month since our last update — things have been busy out there in the real world.  Thankfully, there is a ton of great content being posted from the fans, notably Random Number Gaming and FanZ Warriors Gather.  Be sure to check them out on a regular basis to get your content fix!
    This blog will see a lot of activity around new set releases, mostly in the forms of previews (we are only a few weeks out from Legends previews).  You’ll also get event dates, top decklists from completed events, and teasers of the Kai event winners’ custom cards that will be released in future sets.  Don’t forget the CRD & Frozen List will be updated after the completion of the West Kai event, so that the final 3 Kai events of the season have a fresh feel & meta.  (In addition, Set 9, Legends, will impact the last few Kai events!)
    East Kai’s Time to Shine
    Our second official Kai event – East Kai – is fast approaching!  It will be held in Glassboro NJ at The Comic Book Store on Saturday, May 27.  Click this link for the official event page.  Expect a solid turnout with some of the big playgroups in the Northeast making the trip.  I’ve even heard some rumors that a new MP from Legends may be on display!
    Check out a photo of the trophy:
    Legends say the trophy is filled with the tears of the Dennis Brothers.  Only the champion will know for sure.Kai Event Schedule
    We have the official dates of the remaining Kai events, with the exception of Grand Kai (Gencon).  Once the exact event date for that tournament is finalized, we will post it!
    East Kai – Black – Saturday May 27, The Comic Book Store Glassboro NJ
    West Kai – Red – June 17, Forgotten Path Games Vacaville CA
    South Kai – Orange – July 15, Showcase Comics & Collectibles Slidell LA
    Supreme Kai – Saiyan – July 29, Paradox Comics-N-Cards Fargo ND
    Grand Kai – Namekian – Gencon 2017 (exact day TBD) Indianapolis IN
    Australia events are still in the works – once we have concrete info, it will be shared.

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    [FanZ]:Kai Event Updates

    Here are some more updates for the FanZ Kai Events!  We are working out details between stores to determine which location will host the 3rd and final Kai event of this half of the season, before Legends releases with a new CRD update and Frozen List update.
    Remember, the winner of each event gets to create a styled card matching the style of the Kai event in an upcoming FanZ set!
    North Kai – Blue – Saturday March 25th, Xtreme Games Lindenhurst IL
    East Kai – Black – Saturday May 20th, The Comic Book Store Glassboro NJ
    West Kai – Red – Date TBD, Forgotten Path Games Vacaville CA
    South Kai – Orange – Date TBD, Showcase Comics & Collectibles Slidell LA
    Grand Kai – Namekian – Gencon 2017 (exact day TBD) Indianapolis IN
    Supreme Kai – Saiyan – Date TBD, Paradox Comics-N-Cards Fargo ND

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    [FanZ]:North Kai Results + Decklists

    The first official FanZ Kai event has come and gone!  Thank you to all the Z Warriors who attended the event at Xtreme Games in Lindenhurst, IL last weekend.  When the dust settled only Matt Tambor remained, piloting his Namekian Restored Mastery Gohan deck to victory!  Matt will be able to create a Blue Style card for an upcoming FanZ set.
    Take a peek at the Top 8 Decklists below!
    8th Place
    Arvel Rowe
    Orange Retribution Mastery
    Gohan A New Hope
    Gohan Unlocked
    Gohan Empowered
    Gohan Undeniable
    1 Orange Encouragement
    1 Orange Burning Aura Drill
    1 Orange Steady Drill
    1 Orange Focusing Drill
    1 Orange Disaster Drill
    1 Orange Distracting Drill
    1 Orange Investigation Drill
    2 Orange Checkup Drill
    1 Orange Crying Drill
    1 Orange Possession Drill
    1 Earth Dragon Ball 7
    2 Visiting The Past
    1 Overwhelming Power
    2 Confrontation
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    2 Heroic Energy Sphere
    3 Orange Juke
    3 Orange Bicycle Kick
    1 Orange Uppercut
    2 Heroic Dashing Punch
    2 Wall Breaker
    2 I’ll Dig Your Grave
    3 Gohan’s Power Punch
    2 Devestating Blow
    2 Android Arm Breaker
    3 Orange Collision
    3 Orange Extension
    3 Orange Knee Strike
    2 Orange Enraged Bash
    1 Orange Charge Kick3
    2 Orange Saving Kick
    3 Orange Refocus
    2 Orange Energy Catch
    1 Puzzler
     
    7th Place
    Brandon Suchan
    Orange Retribution Mastery
    Trunks Protective
    Trunks Frenzied
    Trunks Defiant
    Trunks Overpowering
    3 Orange Knee Strike
    3 Orange Sword Chop
    2 Orange Collision
    2 Orange Bicycle Kick
    3 Trunks Knee Bash
    3 Trunks Sword Slash
    3 Dashing Sword Attack
    2 Trunks Slam
    1 Orange Tank Barrage
    2 Orange Refocus
    1 Orange Defense
    3 Orange Power Point
    3 Orange Energy Catch
    1 Orange Dismissal
    3 Orange Destruction
    3 Orange Juke
    3 Confrontation
    2 Heroic Energy Sphere
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    2 Visiting The Past
    1 Orange Joint Restraint Drill
    1 Orange Distracting Drill
    1 Orange Steady Drill
    1 Orange Burning Aura Drill
    1 Orange Hiding Drill
    1 Orange Checkup Drill
    1 Orange Restructuring Drill
    1 Orange Focusing Drill
    2 Acquisition Drill
    2 Aggressive Sword Drill
    1 Quickness Drill
    1 Hidden Power Drill
     
    6th Place
    Derek Apfel
    Namekian Knowledge Mastery
    Piccolo Composed
    Piccolo Combat Stance
    Piccolo Ferocious
    Piccolo Revitalized
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 1
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 2
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 3
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 4
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 5
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 6
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 7
    1 Heroic Plan
    1 Dragon Radar
    2 Visiting The Past
    1 Namekian Wish
    1 Namekian Dragon Clan
    3 Namekian Growth
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    1 Confrontation
    2 Namekian Hurried Quest
    2 Heroic Energy Sphere
    2 Tug Of War
    3 Namekian Hybrid Defense
    3 Piccolo’s Weighted Clothing
    3 Namekian Overtime
    3 Namekian Resistance
    3 Namekian Protective Posture
    3 Focused Assault
    3 Namekian Targeted Strike
    2 Namekian Forceful Block
    2 Namekian Cover
    3 Namekian Knee Block
    2 Wall Breaker
    3 Devastating Blow
    3 Namekian Right Throw
     
    5th Place
    Raymond Duvall
    Namekian Knowledge Mastery
    Cell Prepared
    Cell Combative
    Cell Smooth
    Cell Unstoppable
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 1
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 2
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 3
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 4
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 5
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 6
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 7
    1 Dragon Radar
    1 Namekian Dragon Clan
    1 Cell Jr Trapped
    1 Cell Jr Escaping
    1 Cell Jr Unrelenting
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    2 Villainous Energy Sphere
    1 Villainous Visage
    2 Visiting The Past
    3 Cell’s Provocation
    2 Cell’s Style
    2 Cell’s Draining Attack
    3 Namekian Chest Explosion
    2 Namekian Onslaught
    2 Namekian Aerial Knee
    2 Namekian Crushing Slam
    2 Namekian Chin Grab
    3 Namekian Right Throw
    3 Namekian Backhand
    2 Sinister Choke
    3 Namekian Hybrid Defense
    3 Namekian Buffer
    3 Namekian Energy Guard
    3 Namekian Knee Block
    2 Namekian Clamp
    2 Namekian Flinch
     
    4th Place
    Frank DeLuca
    Saiyan Empowered Mastery
    Gohan A New Hope
    Gohan Strikes Back
    Gohan Empowered
    Gohan Martyr
    2 Visiting The Past
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 4
    2 Heroic Energy Sphere
    3 Unleashed
    2 Saiyan Assistance
    1 Saiyan Rescue
    1 Saiyan Strength Test
    1 Overwhelming Power
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    3 Saiyan Outrage
    2 Saiyan Drive By
    3 Saiyan Crouch
    2 Saiyan Hand Swipe
    3 Saiyan Escape
    3 Saiyan Arm Catch
    1 Saiyan Tracking Blast
    2 Focused Assault
    2 Saiyan Energy Focus
    3 Saiyan Prepped Ball
    3 Saiyan Rapid Fire
    3 Saiyan Ki Web
    3 Saiyan Tantrum
    3 Saiyan Burst
    2 Wall Breaker
    2 Devastating Blow
    3 Saiyan Spin Kick
    3 Saiyan Severing Punch
     
    3rd Place
    Tony Murr
    Orange Retribution Mastery
    Cooler Familiar Face
    Cooler Transformed
    Cooler Menace
    Cooler Overlord
    2 Optic Blast
    2 Sagacious Strike
    2 Orange Left Burst
    3 Orange Fierce Attack
    3 Orange Stare Down
    3 Orange Power Point
    2 Orange Counter Ball
    2 Blinding Energy Move
    3 Cooler’s Super Nova
    2 Orange Energy Absorption
    2 Orange Refocus
    2 Orange Dismissal
    2 Villainous Energy Sphere
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    3 Stare Down
    1 Tug Of War
    2 Orange Uppercut
    1 Orange Intimidating Drill
    1 Orange Energy Catch
    1 Villainous Visage
    1 Orange Possession Drill
    1 Orange Captivity Drill
    1 Orange Check Up Drill
    1 Orange Crying Drill
    1 Orange Examination Drill
    1 Orange Steady Drill
    1 Orange Aura Drill
    1 Orange Hiding Drill
    1 Orange Burning Aura Drill
    2 Visiting The Past
    1 Earth Dragon Ball 7
    2 Orange Meditation
    2 Orange Juke
    2 Orange Bicycle Kick
    2 Orange Sweeping Blast
     
    2nd Place
    Shawn BullDozer Sons
    Saiyan Empowered Mastery
    Broly Survivor
    Broly Determined
    Broly Legendary
    Broly Relentless
    2 Broly’s Eraser Cannon
    3 Broly’s Face Crusher
    2 Devastating Blow
    2 Saiyan Energy Deflection
    1 Saiyan Rescue
    1 Saiyan Crouch
    2 Villainous Energy Sphere
    1 Saiyan Tracking Blast
    3 Saiyan Backbreaker
    3 Saiyan Tantrum
    3 I’ll Dig Your Grave
    3 Saiyan Grab
    3 Saiyan Arm Catch
    3 Saiyan Spin Kick
    2 Wall Breaker
    3 Saiyan Gut Kick
    3 Saiyan Trample
    3 Saiyan Outrage
    3 Saiyan Elbow Drop
    3 Saiyan Legendary Strike
    1 Tree Of Might
    3 Unleashed
    3 Saiyan Body Blow
    3 Saiyan Severing Punch
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
     
    1st Place
    Matt Tambor
    Namekian Restored Mastery
    Gohan To The Rescue
    Gohan Unlocked
    Gohan Empowered
    Gohan Martyr
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 1
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 2
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 3
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 4
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 5
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 6
    1 Namek Dragon Ball 7
    1 Piccolo Waiting
    1 Ox King Naming Genius
    1 Korin Watching From Afar
    1 Kami Guardian
    1 Icarus Supportive
    1 Bulma Genius
    1 Baba Surprise Visitor
    1 ChiChi Armed And Dangerous
    2 Namekian Assistance Drill
    1 Dragon Radar
    1 Namekian Disturbance
    1 Namekian Wish
    1 Namekian Dragon Clan
    3 Namekian Hybrid Defense
    3 Namekian Cross Guard
    3 Namekian Flinch
    2 Namekian Clamp
    2 Namekian Buffer
    1 Time Is A Warriors Tool
    2 Heroic Energy Sphere
    3 Confrontation
    2 Namekian Hurried Quest
    2 Namekian Confident Burst
    3 Namekian Maximum Will
    3 Namekian Double Strike
    3 Namekian Salvo
    3 Namekian Team Up
    1 Optic Blast
    3 Overpowering Attack

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    [FanZ]:Legends of Tomorrow

    The next release of FanZ will be here on July 1st!

    Legends consists of a 45-card set pulling from the popular Bardock specials, as well as a subset called Reflections that will bring a MP stack for a character never before playable in Panini’s Dragon Ball Z game!  Reflections will also bring additional support for characters that aren’t prominent in the current sagas covered by the game’s regular releases.
    There will be 2 new MP’s in Legends – Bardock and Chilled.  They will each receive 2 powerful named cards, so expect them to make their place known in the post-Legends meta!  There will also be 2 new Legacy MP levels for older personalities, and 4 new Ally cards.
     
    Kai Locations – Locked in!
    After careful deliberation, the locations for the 6 Kai events this year have been chosen!
    With North Kai taking place tomorrow, March 25th, at Xtreme Games in Lindenhurst IL, store owners/tournament organizers who requested events need to check their email ASAP and confirm the necessary details — anyone we don’t hear from by Monday 3/27 will lose their eligibility to host a Kai event!
    There will be the following Kai events this year:
    North Kai – 3/25 – Xtreme Games, Lindenhurst IL
    East Kai – TBA
    West Kai – TBA
    South Kai – TBA
    Grand Kai – Gencon 2017 (exact tournament day TBD)
    Supreme Kai – TBA
    The season will be split into two distinct halves — at the halfway point, we will update the Frozen List and CRD in order to keep the meta fresh and balanced for the home stretch.

    Midwest Madness
    While not a Kai event, don’t forget to check out the Midwest Madness event at the Collector’s Cache in Lenexa, KS!  The event is on Saturday April 22nd and more information can be found here.
     
     

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