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Terracotta Army by Board&Dice Coming Soon

  Board&Dice revealed the cover art and additional information about their upcoming game Terracotta Army by designers Przemysław Fornal and Adam Kwapiński, and a solo mode by Dávid Turczi. Terracotta Army is an area majority and worker placement game where players work together to build armies of terracotta statues with the player earning the most victory points being declared the winner. "Emperor Qin Shi Huang has passed away. To protect him in the afterlife, a great army in the form of statues of faithful warriors must be assembled to stand guard in the Emperor's tomb. You will be among those tasked with building this magnificent army. In Terracotta Army, you represent talented craftsmen and artists laboring to build the wondrous assembly of statues." During the game, players collect resources, upgrade their workers, and seek favor with the emperor's advisors. The goal is to play a crucial role in the process of creating the terracotta army, and each player'

@Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Super-Villain Revealed

Marvel Entertainment has been keeping details about the upcoming Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. under wraps, but they did reveal the first confirmed super-villain for the series. In a post on their website Thursday evening, Marvel revealed a synopsis of the series’ third episode titled "The Asset" that mentioned a scientist by the name of Dr. Franklin Hall. Hall would eventually become one of the Avengers villains Graviton. You can read the official synopsis by clicking read more.

"When the brilliant scientist, Dr. Franklin Hall, is kidnapped, Agent Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D. agents must race against the clock to locate him. Skye is their only way in--pushing the team to their limits when the entire plan turns upside-down on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

Harry Potter actor Ian Hart (who played Professor Quirrell) will play the role of the S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist who eventually becomes Graviton. Hall took the identity of Graviton after a laboratory accident gave him power over gravity. Created by Jim Shooter and Sal Buscema back in 1977’s Avengers #158, Graviton popped up in several other titles over the years such as Thor, Amazing Spider-Man and a big stint in Thunderbolts. He was last seen in recent issues of Nick Spencer’s Secret Avengers run as a member of the High Council of A.I.M.. He was also a villain in animated cartoon on DisneyXD, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. It is unknown if Hall will become Graviton in the episode or lead to in a later one.

You can read more of this story at Newsrama


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