Neither of these is Sentinels of Earth-Prime, though, which is instead a game set in Green Ronin's Earth-Prime/Freedom City setting, with compatible rules to SOTM.The Sentinels timeline apparently branches off after OblivAeon. One timeline was the Tactics game (now Prime War, I think) and another is the Sentinel Comics RPG.
You know the button where you toggle between single and team villains? Now it has a third option for OblivAeon.I don't see OblivAeon as an option, but I have all the heroes, environments and villains.
Baron Blade vs. Luminary in Mordengrad gets weird.
I got to try it - only because both times I've failed terrifyingly quickly. And yeah, there is a LOT going on, what with three villain decks and all.You know the button where you toggle between single and team villains? Now it has a third option for OblivAeon.
I've found that, by and large, in an OblivAeon fight, I rapidly lose track of what the hell is going on. Everything just catches fire for no reason. Why not.