Sentinels of the Multiverse: The Morak Assault

With a crime in progress, the heroes of the city of Megalopolis gather together to fight a supervillain foe. But is it just an old-fashioned bank heist, or is there a deeper plot waiting in the shadows?

Intro Music: Nerves by Kevin Macleod

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6 comments on “Sentinels of the Multiverse: The Morak Assault

  1. Charles says:

    This sounds awesome! I hope that when it comes out, all the bad guys and heroes will be playable (eventually) so that the world of sentinels gets to continue when the board game ends.

  2. Sam says:

    I just want you to know that that segment with the cheque is the reason I got a fit of giggles in the middle of a crowded bus, and now I can never catch that bus again because the embarrassment level is too high.

  3. Chrono says:

    My understanding is that Boost actions create bonuses with a tag word, so a number of Equipment bonuses would be the number you (or other characters) made for you to use.

  4. James D Burns says:

    Did you retheme the Lizard people? Listening to the game it sounds like the queen is using Citizen Dawn’s Sun Power and Immunity?

    My wife liked the show for she is a fan of SotM and owns the card game.

  5. Polor says:

    The way i heard it the consequences DON’T go away when the scene ends. They end when you fix them thats why wreaths belt thing is minor its like “i dodge but that guy rips of my belt” so the fixing action would be “i punch that guy and take it back”. The introvert thing is her locking herself in her lab after the fight and the solution would be the thing where an other player sits outside the door and pleads for her to get out.

  6. Green says:

    You know, that mice smoothie idea is pretty crazy. Wonder if any of the other resident Fandiscientists will pick it up. 😀

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