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Legendary: A Marvel Deckbuilding Game is a deckbuilding game from 2012 set in the Marvel universe. Players create teams of superheroes in order to defeat villains and masterminds while surviving schemes. Legendary has a number of expansions which add components for higher variability.

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Does Upper Deck maintain an official errata for Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game?

Given that there are errors on some cards, as indicated by this question, is there an official errata list from Upper Deck? The closest I could find is on Board Game Geek, but this list is a ...
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What does it mean to add power to a Mastermind?

In the instructions for Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building game, a way of increasing difficulty is to "Add +1-5 Power to the Mastermind." What does that mean? My guess is that it increases ...
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All cards run out and all cards in play, still has card draws

Mostly making sure we played this right but I ran into an odd situation recently. My wife had been forced to KO a lot of cards from her deck, while piling up lots of card draw power. She run into a ...
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What happens to captured heroes when the fight text to gain them is nullified?

Some villain cards like Dracula (from Underworld) and Skrull Queen Veranke and Skrull Shapeshifters (from Skrulls) will capture a hero card beneath them upon entering the city. The fight text says, &...
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Do cards acquired with The Amazing Spider-Man count as extra draws?

The card The Amazing Spider-Man includes the following effect: Reveal the top three cards of your deck. Put any that cost 2 or less into your hand. Put the rest back in any order. Meanwhile, the ...
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Legendary Card Game Kingpin card Pull the Strings

In the Legendary Card game, there is a hero character Kingpin who relies on new recruits to deal the largest portion of his damage/utility. The way the card in question reads* Whenever a card ...
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What are these number cards for?

I recently bought the Civil War expansion for Marvel Legendary. In addition to the advertised contents, it also contained a number of cards with the standard Legendary back whose front was identical ...
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In solo play, am I the player to my right?

Last night I was playing Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game using the standard solo rules. The villain group in my game was Underworld, from the Dark City expansion. On one of my turns, I flipped ...
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What is Doppelganger's attack when in the HQ?

While playing the scheme Invade the Daily Bugle News HQ, I ended up having a single villain in the city: Doppelganger from Maximum Carnage. I drew a Scheme Twist card, which triggers the following ...
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If Thanos has an attack of 0, do I still need a hero with the attack symbol to fight him?

This seems unusual, but I encountered this last night. I was playing solo with Thanos as the mastermind and Steal the Weaponized Plutonium as the scheme. This scheme adds a villain group to the ...
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When does Vertigo's villain action happen?

I recently got Legendary: Dark City and it seems like there's a misprint on the Vertigo card from the Marauder villains. Her card says: Each player discards their hand then draws as many cards as ...