[Sentinels of the Multiverse] I'm diggin' it

Iustum

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Luminary is definitely the highlight of the reformed villains for me, too, though I've found that Lifeline can also be pretty fun.

I really want to like Akash'Thriya, because that kind of Environment manipulation is something we don't see with other characters (other than sort of with the Naturalist, I guess). Any tips on good synergies?
 

Dweller in Darkness

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Luminary is definitely the highlight of the reformed villains for me, too, though I've found that Lifeline can also be pretty fun.

I really want to like Akash'Thriya, because that kind of Environment manipulation is something we don't see with other characters (other than sort of with the Naturalist, I guess). Any tips on good synergies?
Argent Adept - extra card plays and extra power uses are absolute mana for Akash'Thriya. I played against Grand Warlord Voss on Dok-Thorath, and by the end, about two-fifths of the environment deck were friendly primordial seeds.
 

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Well, I finished my second run at Oblivaeon this morning before work. And by finished I mean he finished me.

Did a lot better than last time - killed ten scions, got Oblivaeon down to 60 HP in his final form (with Voss hanging back at around 60 HP too, mind you,) but his countdown hit 0 and he obliterated the last environment he needed to in order to win.

Does anyone know the exact mechanics of Inevitable Destruction tokens? I flipped through the physical rulebook, and I'm unclear. I think Oblivaeon gains them by:
  • Killing Hero Character cards
  • Killing that one type of Aeon Man
  • Playing a card that gives him new tokens
But sometimes it feels like he just stacks a bunch up for no reason I can tell, and I am wondering if I'm missing something.
 
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