Over the first three months of this year, the 20th Anniversary of Heroclix, I conducted several polls. I then took the result of those to determine THE best Heroclix set of all time. Or at least the first 20 years.
We have a god pack.
We're gonna be starting something...
It was Agatha all along...
Day Two brings some spooky figures.
It's that time again already! Let's see what our friend Scott Porter has for us.
Earlier this week the digital copy of the Empyre PAC and Rule Book were uploaded to the Wizkids site. And while the “rule book” continues to be largely useless, the PAC provides a few small, but necessary, changes. So let's take a gander!
We're back this week with what should be a reoccuring sub-series: Judge Tips. These will be aimed a little more at those judges that also organize the events and hopefully give them good ideas for growing the community.
This was pushed back from its original publishing date because things got a little...weird...
Another week, another round of errata and clarifications that people should know about.
Brad returns to tell us the harrowing tale of his two day clixathon performance. Without further adieu...
It's the last day of Scott Porter unboxings and you know what that means. He getting something goooood.
It's been a while, folks. But as we start to return to in-person play, the old Clix Gentleman is going to start showing his face more often. And this week is going to be a little different than the others before. This one is an article for posterity.
Get the led out! Scott Porter gives us two great unboxing videos that include the Play at Home Kit, Fast Forces and four boosters of X-Men: Rise and Fall (due in stores on 6.23.21)
I did a thing with Coffee and Clix. Watch my technology betray me!
Scott Porter took to Twitter to show us all most of how Master Mold works. Can't wait to see that Factory Dial.
Just a little breakdown for those that aren't clear.
Today we look at a world where Xavier died before he could enact his dream: The Age of Apocalypse
Did you forget? You forgot, didn't you?
Scott kicks the week off with an unboxing of the Battlegrounds Starter as well as some boosters.
I know, I know. All of these are already up in units. So you already know what their dials can do. But do you know the stories behind those dials?
We'll link these each day they come out, just in case you missed them.
I haven't been super active in online tournaments, but I'm a sucker for a good charity tournament. Especially when someone else is donating and I just get to play.
All good things must come to an end. And what an end!
This is a very unique edition as the subject is not only its own dimension, it has crossed over with multiple other universes across the Multiverse. So let's take a look at that world we first glimpsed in Crossover: Marvel Zombies
Anyone that knows me knows that this is an issue close to my heart when it comes to the game of Heroclix. So let's see what Ares has to say.
Yes, rather than come up with an entirely new article series (though I was tempted), I have decided to diversify the Clix Gentleman. When wonky interactions catch my attention, I will do my best to break them down here. And in this, our inaugural article,
Top 16! What will happen?
The only pod match I recorded besides my own.
Clash of Champions! Near mirror match! Good audio! This one has everything.
Only one day left until pod play is completed. Let's take a look at the standings.
I get to play another chase Widow team. Yaaaay... This one has the Motorcycle Widow on it though, so that's cool.
Hey! Joe Panc! That's me! Also note, Steven Clark Jr. went out to take 2nd place in Ohio's ROC States the next day with this very team.
Courtesy of our friend Mr. CliXso
The pods are set and play should begin this weekend. I'll be uploading my matches over on my Youtube.
Friend of the site, Ares Edge had some fun playing some Heroclix with his son. And that deserves some spotlight.
Even more previews from comicbook.com And these have another SR and Chase in them...
There can only be one true DOOM!
Today we look at the evil versions of the fabled Justice League: The Crime Syndicate