Enterplay broke some news today regarding new tins that will be hitting various stores “soon”. Details about these tins and they’re availability are below the pagebreak.
The list of cards from Enterplay’s MLP Collectible Card Game has been released upon the wild brony masses! Naturally, there’s a lot more cards to collect this time. Check out the source link below for the details and get to collecting them all.
Derpy News reporter Periwinkle was able to volunteer at an Enterplay My Little Pony: Collectible Card Game event in Atlanta, Georgia. You can find his description of the event and what it’s like to volunteer for enterplay after the break!
Enterplay recently detailed a number of premiere events for the MLP Collectible Card Game, all happening on December 7th or 8th. All but one of them have a $20 entry fee (the exception being $25 in Toronto), and are set to be at the following locations:
Your entry fee gets you a starter deck, 2 booster packs, a special foil card, a limited edition swag bag, and the chance to win more prizes and goodies from Enterplay!
For those unable to make it to the premiere events, the street date for the CCG is December 13th.
[Update] It seems there are more cities that Enterplay is looking to hold events in:
Please check back as venues confirm their time and details, we are aiming for 16 cities throughout North America, and major metropolitan areas like NY, LA and Boston are all on the list! More to come!
Official announcement from the fine folks over at Enterplay, the MLP:CCG will be officially released December 13th. Full details below.
MLP:CCG Street Date: December 13!
My Little Pony Collectible Card Game now has an official street date of December 13. Theme Decks and Boosters will all launch on this date. 2-Player Starter Sets will be available shortly thereafter. There will be a limited number of Premiere events the weekend of December 7, as well as other launch events at retailers nationwide. More to come on this in the very near future.
Answers to some FAQs
Q: What do I need to play?
A: A Mane Character card (for example, your favorite pony from the Mane Six), a 45-card draw deck, a 10-card Problem deck, plus a handful of markers to use as action tokens.
Q: How do I get my Mane Character?
A: Four of the Mane Characters are included in Theme Decks: Rainbow Dash & Rarity in one, and Twilight Sparkle & Applejack in the other. Theme Decks are the most common entry point into the game and include a rulebook, punch-out action tokens, and 59 cards (10 Problem, 45 Draw Deck, 2 Reference Cards and 2 Mane Characters). The 2-Player Starter Set is another way to get started, featuring the Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy Mane Character cards.
Q: How many cards are in the first set?
A: There are over 250 cards in the first set. Around a dozen cards are exclusive to the deck products, including the six Mane Character cards. There are six types of cards in the game: Friends, Mane Characters, Events, Resources, Troublemakers, and Problems.
Q: How much will it cost?
A: Boosters: 12 cards, $3.49msrp. Theme Decks: 59 cards, $10.99msrp. 2-Player Starter Set: 116 cards, $18.99msrp
Q: Where can I buy it?
A: MLP:CCG will be broadly available at your favorite trading card and hobby stores as well as major retailers!
Q: Will there be Organized Play tournaments?
A: Yes! We are starting with a “learn to play” approach in December and then will launch tournaments some time in January.
Omnigamer’s own Michael Mosley got a chance to sit down with Rob and Dean, two representatives from Enterplay to talk about the upcoming card game. The article which can be found over on Omnigamer includes two YouTube videos, one in which Michael interviews Rob and Dean, and a second one which includes the more detailed cards that will be used in the game.
We’ve included the videos behind the page break.
As you probably already have heard, Enterplay has a new card game up its sleeves. This time, it’s the same card collecting as before but with Magic-infused battles with other players and building the best deck of cards. Gen Con has been showing off these cards to con-goers in Indianapolis; however, we now have a video by user Mustachio Extraordanaire from the Midwest Brony Devision showing off and explaining the basic mechanics of how the game works. Check out the video after the break for all the details!