IP:
Marvel
Set:
Uncanny X-Men
Collector #:
<< 94 >>
Rarity:
Uncommon
Action:
Cerebro
Card:
<< Supercomputer >>
Cost:
3
Max:
3
Ability:
Place Cerebro on a character card. It remains there until you or a card effect removes it (it is still in the field). Your opponentís dice from that card cost a minimum of 2 energy to field. This cost canít be reduced.




[top]Clarifications

  • Fielding dice for free through certain actions and character abilities is considered a reduction in cost and would be affected by Cerebro: Supercomputer's ability: Cerebro's card states the cost can't be reduced, and fielding for free counts as reducing (if originally it would cost more than nothing to do so). When purchasing a character, "free" is notable because it is the only way to reduce a purchase cost below 1. No game effects may make a die's purchase cost free or 0 unless specifically stated.[1][2][3]
  • Just like the double energy on a Basic Action Die, a player must use both energy on an action die at once or lose the additional energy. If paying for two effects, they happen sequentially. So, Professor X's Global Ability could be used twice to move two Sidekicks at one time.[4]
  • 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.[5]


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[top]Artwork

Artist: Frank Quitely
Source: New X-Men (Vol 2001) #[6]
Art:


[top]References

  1. ^ Cerebro, Supercomputer, UXM #94, Field for free effects. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 6-23-2015
  2. ^ Nick Fury vs. Cerebro. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 6-23-2015
  3. ^ YGO Black luster soldier and Blue eyes white dragon. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 7-16-2015.
  4. ^ Cerebro - Dice. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 7-30-2015.
  5. ^ cerebro dice is a character die?. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 8-2-2015.
  6. ^ New X-Men vol 2001. Marvel Universe Wiki. Retrieved 20 October 2016.



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