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[top]Profile

(source Marvel.com)
Abilities: Cerebro’s primary function is to detect and catalogue the world’s mutants. The device constantly sweeps the globe by piggybacking pre-existing satellite projections in search of the aberrations in electromagnetic brainwave activity that are most often attributed to mutants. Various environmental factors, such as the degradation of the Earth’s ozone layer, can limit the device’s performance. Cerebro’s computer systems can pinpoint a mutant’s geographical location, roughly measure the mutant’s power level, and even specify the mutant’s identity if sufficient data exists within its systems. Cerebro has an extremely large 500 petabyte storage capacity. While its performance is significantly improved when operated by a trained psi-sensitive mutant, it is also user-friendly to non-mutants with proper training. Those unskilled in its use place themselves at risk of suffering serious mental trauma, even death, due to the strain the device can place on the mind. Extended use of Cerebro can result in a low-grade REM sleep disruption.

[top]Action Cards

[top]Uncanny X-Men

# Rarity Subtitle Cost Affiliation Ability Max Die
62 Common Cybernetic Intelligence 5
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Place Cerebro on an X-Men die's card. It remains there until you or a card effect removes it (it is still in the field). When you field a die from that card, knock out one opposing die. 1
94 Uncommon Supercomputer 3
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Place Cerebro on a character card. It remains there until you or a card effect removes it (it is still in the field). Your opponent's dice from that card cost a minimum of 2 energy to field. This cost can't be reduced. 3
122 Rare Mutant Hunter 4
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Place Cerebro on a die's card. It remains there until you or a card effect removes it (it is still in the field). At the start of your turn, you may move Cerebro to your used pile to search your bag for a die from that card and roll it. 2

[top]Clarifications

  • Cerebro is not a character die. Just because a die is in the field does not make it a character die. Equipment and Continuous dice are other examples of action dice being in the field.[1]

[top]Artwork

Artist: Frank Quitely
Source: New X-Men (Vol 2001) #[2]
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[top]References

  1. ^ cerebro dice is a character die?. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 8-2-2015.
  2. ^ New X-Men vol 2001. Marvel Universe Wiki. Retrieved 20 October 2016.

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