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Pojo's VS System Card of the Day

  Exodus

Card #MXM-091

Reservist

Leader: Whenever a character adjacent to Exodus attacks or defends, you may replace a resource with the same name as that adjacent character. If you do, that character has invulnerability this attack.

Date Reviewed: 01.29.06

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Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.

 
Jason
Bunch
Well, after a lengthy hiatus, we're back just in time for February Sweeps...I mean, Marvel Team-Up previews.
To work out the ring rust, we're going to flash back to some older sets, then we'll have the new hotness later this week.

Today's card is Exodus, from the X-Men set. Exodus made a name for himself as a finisher in the X-Mental deck from the last Marvel Modern era, and he found his way into a few Brotherhood reservist decks as well.
Now Brotherhood reservist has found some new love after PC: LA, but since those builds are The New Brotherhood-centric, Exodus is stuck on the bench.
He's still a strong card in the right build, and playing him in a deck with multiples of all of your reservists means that you can set up your resource row during the first 6 turns and the set up a big turn 7, avoiding stun endurance loss whenever possible. He's also a Leader, making him a good fit in an Avengers/Brotherhood teamup deck. Might be something to look forward to in Silver Age, especially for the budget-minded builder, or if you just have a ton of X-Men cards lying around after trying to pull an Enemy.

Rating: 2.5/5 A nice idea waiting for a good home
 

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