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Hey HeroClix fans, Thanks for all the comments you sent in regarding our first article. As we stated there, this year was more about polishing out a few remaining bumps than making fundamental changes.
The rules are still new enough that we want players to have a firm and consistent grasp of them before we adjust any standard powers. Based on your feedback, we rewrote a few sidebars in the Core Rules to be more clear and helpful, and we added several new sidebars and clarifying rules to the Comprehensive Rules, to be published online later this year.
You also pointed out one or two characters looking at you, Kor from Star Trek that need some clarifying errata because of these changes. That ruling is posted in the Rules Forums and in effect now and has been added to the upcoming Core rules. While that would add to the flavor of some non-flying characters, it would require Water to be a separate type of terrain not a subset of hindering terrain with its own rules and restrictions.
Flavor-wise, we understand where this is coming from, but we think the cost is higher than the benefit in this case. Some standard powers still underperform our and your expectations, and others possibly overperform. Force Blast.
Once you have your Starter Set, get to know your characters.
General retail Team bases In HeroClix introduced the concept of a "Team Base", a larger base where figures can be slotted into for team play. HeroClix has published modified rules for the use of the team bases. The figures and rules were compatible with both Clix systems but HorrorClix figures are not tournament-legal for HeroClix tournaments. These were the first dual-branded figures as they appeared in a HeroClix set yet also came packed with HorrorClix monster cards, making them fully compatible with either Clix system. Although further Zombies appeared in the set Mutations and Monsters, the original four figures were not reprinted and the subsequent Zombie HeroClix were not part of the HorrorClix games. Indy HeroClix[ edit ] The B. Star Trek HeroClix[ edit ] In NECA began producing a separate line of HeroClix based on the Star Trek franchise, which instead of having figures based on people the figures were all space ships as seen on the various television series and movies.
HeroClix 2018 Rules 2: Wrapping Up the Core Rules and PAC