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CMON's SDCC Exclusives: A Betrayal to Loyal Fans and Backers?

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In recent years, CMON has built a reputation for creating some of the most beloved board games in the industry. Titles like Zombicide, Dune, Cyberpunk 2077, Cthulhu: Death May Die, Arcadia Quest and Marvel United have garnered a dedicated fanbase, many of whom have supported these games through Kickstarter campaigns and retail purchases. However, CMON's recent decision to make exclusive content for these games available only at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) has sparked significant outrage among its loyal supporters. The Exclusivity Issue At the heart of the controversy are the exclusive expansions and content for Zombicide: White Death, Cthulhu: Death May Die, and Marvel United. These exclusives include: Zombicide: White Death TMNT Expansion: Featuring comics and Rocksteady and Bebop miniatures for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles expansion. This expansion is only available at SDCC, but was highly requested by backers during the entire campaign. Godzilla Expansion for Cthulhu: Death M

Pokémon Sword and Shield: Shiny Pokémon Can Join at Camps


For trainers that are looking for the most rare of the rare, it has just been discovered you can obtain a Shiny Pokémon from making Curry at a Camp. Getting a Pokémon to show up isn't easy (1:50 unmodified) nor is the odds of getting a Shiny (1:4096 unmodified). Getting this Pokémon will net you the Curry Mark, the title thee Curry Connoisseur and serious bragging rights. You can see gameplay below at about the 1:35 mark.

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