The Power Rangers Deck-Building Game won’t be the only morphinomenal product from Renegade Studios in 2021. They’re also preparing three separate expansions to their existing PR tabletop game, Heroes of the Grid. Here’s what you can expect…
The Forever Rangers Pack adds second-season characters Rocky, Aisha, Adam and Kat to the mix, introduces Thunderzords to the battle, and includes several new character sculpts. It contains 5 Ranger Figures, 5 Character Cards, 50 Combat Cards, 6 Zord Cards, 2 Megazord Cards and a rulesheet.
The Power Rangers have upgraded their Dinozords to the brand-new Thunderzords! Adam Park, Rocky DeSantos, Aisha Campbell, and Kat Hillard have arrived in Angel Grove to take the fight to the next level, and Alpha 5 is ready in the command center to providesome helpful advice to the new Mighty Morphin team. Evil won’t know what hit ’em!
The Villain Pack throws in later-season Big Bads Thrax and Divatox, plus monsters Pirantishead, Terror Toad and King Sphinx. It contains 3 Monster Figures, 3 Monster Deployment Cards, 24 Monster Enemy Cards, 2 Boss Figures, 2 Boss Deployment Cards, 16 Boss Enemy Cards, the Rulesheet and a Replacement Card Pack.
Want some new bosses? Thrax brings a terrifying strength and sorcery to the battle, while Divatox has her own ambitions to conquer Earth. How about some new monsters? Pirantishead will hijack the Zords, Terror Toad will swallow the Rangers whole, and the legendary King Sphinx will blow them all away!
Finally, the Squatt and Babboo Character Pack adds Rita Repulsa’s flunkies into the game along with 2 Monster Figures, 16 Monster Enemy Cards, 3 Monster Deployment Cards, and the Rulesheet again.
Rita Repulsa’s most bumbling buddies have joined the fray. But don’t underestimate these two chuckleheads. Though they lack the sheer strength of Goldar or the creative genius of Finster, they make do with moxie and mayhem! It’s time for Squatt and Baboo to shine!
All three expansion packs to Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid will be arriving at the same time this April, courtesy of Renegade. They require the core game to play.