It’s Friday night, and I’m gonna do what players do. I strut into my local scene, “Where everybody knows my name,” according to WizKids (yes, it’s a real achievement in their event system). I whip it out. I’m proud of myself. Wait… what the?! Robert whips it out too, but it’s … different. Then he […]
To start things off, I’d like to point new players to this article from Dicemastersrules.com which covers a lot of the details to keep in mind when attacking and defending. As the name of the article implies, this will be a bullet point guide. Some players haven’t played very many games without PXG and the […]
In the weekend following Christmas, I attended three different OP events with a pair of guys named Jeff and Jun. A significant portion of the Dice Masters players at these events did not have many Avengers vs X-Men cards though. We at Diceanon strive to provide players with tools they will need in order to […]
There has been a topic which recently generated a lot of discussion on Facebook and a few other venues. It deals with playing the steps of a turn appropriately, more specifically the Main Step (and sometimes the Attack Step though we’ll go into that more in Part 2). Previously when I first created the site, […]
While in a casual Google+ Hangout with Scott Hill and Freddy Ortiz, we talked a little about Professor X. Those of you who follow Diceanon know that we definitely give Professor X’s Global (PXG) too much attention. Well we’re doing one more strategy guide for everyone looking to enhance their game with this Global.
Ever since I started playing around with the Marvel Dice Masters – Uncanny X-Men set, Imprisoned has been a complete headache to figure out. At this point, I’ve spent a fairly considerable amount of time tinkering with it. I hope some of what I learned about this not-so-Basic Action Card can save others some pain.
I want to play Marvel Dice Masters! But I can’t find product. This game can be loads of fun. The competitive feeling associated with Marvel Dice Masters is close to the same feeling many have playing Magic: the Gathering. It’s great being able to take an 8-team anywhere, meet friends at a Starbucks or a […]