Renegade Studios, publishers of such tabletop pursuits as Altered Carbon, Vampire The Masquerade and Atheneum, have set their sights on sentai with the announcement of an upcoming Power Rangers deck-building game. Two to four players choose their sides and begin drawing cards. Each player starts with a small deck, but grows more powerful as the game wears on, until the climactic Megazord vs. Monster fight commences.
Will you play as one of the spotlessly virtuous teenagers (with attitude) who use their morphers to turn into Rangers whenever trouble arrives? Or will you play the role of moon witch Rita Repulsa, red naked Lord Zedd or other villains and send monsters and Putties to Earth in an attempt to thwart the Rangers and conquer it? In the end, who will develop a headache and whose biscuits will get burned?
Unite Angel Grove as Power Rangers, or conspire to dominate the city as Villains!
Build your deck to unleash a powerful Megazord or Master attack!
Begin your collection with this core set!
Play 1 vs 1 or as part of a team!
Designed for 2-4 players ages 13+ to conquer their opponents in 30-70 min.
This Core Set comes with 70 Main Deck Cards, 40 Starter Cards, 12 Oversized Character Cards, 12 Stun Cards, 12 Blade Blaster Cards. 12 Signature Equipment Cards, 6 Zord Cards, 1 Megazord Card, 1 Zord Bay Tile, 1 Lair Tile, 4 Turn Order Tokens, 2 HP/Energy Status Trackers and the rulebook.
The Power Rangers Deck-Building Game is expected out in April of 2021 for $45. Pre-orders are open now on Renegade’s website.
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