SENTINELS OF THE MULTIVERSE Superhero Card Game | CITIZEN DAWN – Let's Play / Gameplay

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Sentinels of the Multiverse is a cooperative card game where your heroes take on a villian in a dastardly location! It’s a lot of fun.
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29 thoughts on “SENTINELS OF THE MULTIVERSE Superhero Card Game | CITIZEN DAWN – Let's Play / Gameplay

  1. 6 people at a table with the complete edition we all pitched in on. I'm looking for a video to give reason to getting the digital version so I can play it online with others.
    This…was not that video.

  2. Is it time to play more yet? 😛
    This is easily my favorite card game on PC and it's so criminally underrated and underrepresented.
    Also, a fantastic soundtrack.

  3. The table top game isn't that difficult to play, it only gets crazy when you play the higher difficulty characters ..but it's fun

  4. While watching this I hear you said (and others in comments have said the same) that it is much easier in the digital version. This is true from the perspective of one player. But when you play with 2 or more players, it is way more fun with the card game. You play your hero and the villain and the other plays their hero and the environment. Now when I played the card game, I played 2 players each with 1 hero (me and my bro). I dont know if to say it is meant to be played like that but it works, just very hard. The right heroes must be used for the right villains with just 2 players.

  5. For future reference, having multiple of Pushing the Limit is ACTUALLY good; if you get down on life, blow it up during the maintenance phase then replay it as you can play additional cards. sigh

  6. EE, I love ya buddy, but you might want to plan out your descriptions of games a bit more. As much as I love your rambling, there has been a pattern the last couple games…

  7. Didn't really like this game. Too little interesting stuff going on on-screen and a bit complicated to keep track of, especially if you're a casual viewer running dual-monitor setup like I am right now.

  8. Tachyon's variant is the Freedom Six or Team Leader Tachyon, who is from the timeline where Legacy when evil (the villan Iron Legacy). Also Citizen Dawn is one of the harder villans with her board wipe, Devastating Aurora.

  9. I have played a lot of deck builders and this one is nothing special, but it's entertaining enough to watch. I didn't really spend a lot of time listening to your initial explanation, because I'm intimately familiar with these sorts of games, so I appreciate that you did it quickly.

  10. Sentinels hype! Argent Adept is my jam…and also he jams…because he's a musician. Excited that you're making content with SotM.

  11. I have a question EE. Do you play or know how to play Magic The Gathering and if so, are you any good at it?

  12. Love you videos EE… you should definitely check out “They Are Billions” it’d be awesome to see you play it

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