Crew Members: Zevvy, David, Nuri
Where is everyone? It must be the end of the world! Planet X is coming for us!
We started with Concept, which David hadn’t played before. A lot of movie titles we’re chosen, and some of the level 3 expressions were easier to guess, like Fast as Lightning and even Getting Your Sealegs (I kept saying ‘water-legs’, unable to remember the term until doing a salty pirate accent).
Sentinels of the Multiverse
Zevvy – Unity (Incapacitated), David – Parse (Incapacitated), Nuri – The Scholar (12)
Villain – Deadline: HEROES DEFEATED by Environment Destruction
Environment: Insula Primalis
After Baron Blade’s defeat, the imbalance of the tides attracted the attention of the Eco-Vandal Deadline, who must save humanity from destroying the environment–by destroying it for them!
Parse’s data processing skills allowed us to avert a few Catastrophes early on, and The Scholar acted more as a damage dealer at first due to lack of Elemental Forms. Unity got out a few Bee Bots as well and kept the environment under control, though not before some Primordial Plant life destroyed her bots. Deadline wasn’t too punishing at first, and his environment destruction actually got rid of those pesky plants for us. Who cares about wiping out endangered ancient species…
Eventually the heroes were set up to start taking down Deadline, with Parse’s laser targeting setting up The Scholar and Cryo-Bot to do some serious damage. But at the last second, Deadline’s Catastrophes overwhelmed us, taking out Parse and Unity in two quick rounds. The Scholar transmuted his Flesh to Iron, and was holding on as more of the environment was stripped away. When Deadline was down to only 4 HP, it seemed he would be defeated in the nick of time, but his Pandemonium Key brought out the last Catastrophe he needed to destroy the last two environment cards, bringing all of Insula Primalis to ruin and making all of it’s dinosaurs extinct.
Deadline succeeded in destroying the dinosaurs, which may actually seem helpful for humanity. But there was something else on that island that survived, and as the sands of time passed, it would soon rise to take its place of the dinosaurs as the most fearsome predator humanity had ever seen…
Forget what those space people say. Who needs the digital age when we have cardboard and plastic? And they said the dinosaurs were extinct…they are alive and well at board game gatherings everywhere.