Marvel: Crisis Protocol – 5 more characters we want on the table in Team Tactics Cards

You can't get these hidden gems through my Atomic Mass Games. Here are five more characters we need in Marvel: Crisis Protocol!

Last month I took a quick look at some Team Tactics cards that had character art on them, but not the Marvel: Crisis Protocol miniatures yet. Well, it turns out there is a lot of art with “hidden gems” out there, and I found a few more that I wouldn't mind having added to the game. Yes, I've mentioned some of these before in other lists – which gives me all the more reason to reiterate that they should be in the game, since AMG already has their art on the cards. I see you, AMG. I look you.

black tom cassidy

If you're not familiar with Black Tom Cassidy, he's the cousin of X-Men member Banshee and another mutant. He's the guy in the lower right corner of the card. His powers are a bit weird anyway, as he can project power through plants. Deadpool fans may remember his cameo in the “Deadpool 2” movie. Personally, I just want another villain added to the roster of mutants.

Lady Deathstrike

Yuriko Oyama, aka “Lady Deathstrike,” also has an (emery) bone for a certain X-Men member to choose from. Yeah, I'll keep repeating his chords until she joins in. Gee, I really didn't believe we were getting Maverick in the game, but he's coming along with Weapon-X! Considering who else is on this card, I think it's just a matter of time.

mother mold

Well, the truth is, based on the artwork, I actually don't know if this is a Master Mold. The one I am more familiar with is the self-created Sentinel Factory version of the X-Men cartoon in the 1990s. But I think it's a good idea for his size. Plus, whenever you see a giant Sentinel with a bunch of cables hanging from it, you can assume it's a big guy. Anyway, I don't know if this could be an in-game terrain piece or a character, but either way, if AMG made the master mold, I would 100% get this kit and figure out how to use it in every game.

Quasar (Phila-Vail)

This is a bit profound for Marvel fans as it ties into the Annihilation story event and is mostly tied to the cosmic part of the Marvel Universe. Regardless, Phila-Vell inherited the mantle of Quasar and mastered the power of the Quantum Ribbon. She is the character in the upper left corner of the image. She would be an interesting addition to the Guardians of the Galaxy alliance (along with Moondragon). I don't know about you, but I'd love to see more from this side of the Marvel Universe. There are a lot of weird and wonderful characters in space. For example, World War Hulk and his crew would be super sweet…just saying.


Okay, okay, I'm kidding. Although now I'm thinking that the Morlock faction with the leeches might be a bit neat… but seriously, how come Jubilee isn't in Marvel: Crisis Protocol anymore! ? I know the X-Men are “done” now, but she's the ultimate 90's kid, Like it completely Belongs to MCP – on the table and not just on the Team Tactics Card! The X-Men wouldn't be complete without Jubilee.

Okay, now I need to make a list of the space pirate crew for Morlock and World War Hulk. This is why I like MCP so much.


Adam is a native Texas writer, editor, and now Tex-Pat covering all things tabletop gaming. These include Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, Dungeons & Dragons, Board Games, and everything else involving dice, boards, cards, and tables. As a hobbyist, gamer, and collector of miniatures and games, Adam's current obsessions are the Legions of Death and Chaos from Age of Sigmar, Blood Angels and Tyranids from 40k , the ever-expanding Marvel: Crisis Protocol mini-series, and the ever-growing Arkham Horror franchise.

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