Avengers vs. X-Men Storyline
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Basic Action Card
Each of your fielded characters gains +1A and +1D for each other of your fielded characters that shares a team affiliation with it.


  • Teamwork clarifications
  • If you had an Iron Man, two Thor, and a Hulk in play, each would get +2A and +2D. Basic Action Teamwork identifies that you have 3 different Avengers in play and it doesn’t matter how many copies of those dice are in play. The bonus of Teamwork occurs when played, and doesn’t change if a different number of characters are fielded after it is used.[1]
  • Cards worded similarly to Teamwork should function the same way in that cards that count characters should be counting unique, active characters. For example:
    • Mystique: Raven Darkholme gets gets +1A and +1D for each other Villain in the field (both players). So 1 Green Goblin die, 2 Venom dice, and 1 Mystique: Raven Darkholme die, would result in her getting +2A and +2D.
    • Scarlet Witch: Wanda Maximoff deals 1 damage when fielded to each opposing X-Men character for each other Villain you have in the field. So 1 Green Goblin die, 2 Venom dice, and fielding a Scarlet Witch: Wanda Maximoff die will result in 2 damage to each opposing X-Men character.
    • Namor: The Sub-Mariner cannot be blocked if you have at least two other characters fielded. If you have 1 Green Goblin die, 2 Venom dice, and a Namor: The Sub-Mariner die he can't be blocked.[2]

  • Generally character count abilities fall into two categories:
    1. The more the merrier. If it is something that gives a bonus based on multiple things in play, then "character" implies uniqueness and it ignores duplicates. In future releases, a card like Basic Action Teamwork would be worded as follows: "Each of your fielded characters gains +1A and +1D for each other active character you control that shares a team affiliation with it." The word active lets you know it happens no matter how many copies of that die are in the field.
    2. Leave me alone. If it is something that requires it to be the only thing in the field, then "character" is typically actually referring to individual dice and it will consider other dice, even if they are duplicates, to be "present" for purposes of determining whether the effect will trigger. This occurs on cards like the solo attack Wolverines, in the future cards like this will typically use language similar to, "If a Wolverine die attacks alone it cannot be blocked."[3]





Artist: Jim Cheung
Source: Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming (Vol 2012) #TPB[4]


  1. ^ Marvel Dice Masters FAQ. Wizkids.com. Retrieved 7-16-2015.
  2. ^ Teamwork FAQ Question. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 7-16-2015.
  3. ^ Uncanny X-Men Namor The Sub Mariner. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 6-19-2015
  4. ^ Avengers vs. X-Men: It's Coming Vol 2012 #TPB. The Comic Book Database. Retrieved 21 November 2016.

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