Marvel: Crisis Protocol – 5 MORE Team Tactic Cards Characters We Want On The Table

Marvel: Crisis Protocol – 5 MORE Team Tactic Cards Characters We Want On The Table

You can’t get these hidden gems from me Atomic Mass Games. Here are five more characters we need in Marvel: Crisis Protocol!

Last month I did a quick look at some Team Tactic Cards that had character art on them for characters that didn’t have miniatures for Marvel: Crisis Protocol…yet. Well, it turns out there’s a LOT of “hidden gem” art out there, and I found a few more that I’d like to see added to the game. And yes, I’ve mentioned a few of them on other lists – which is all the more reason for me to reiterate that they should be in the game, since AMG already has the art for them on the cards. I see you AMG. I to see You.

Black Tom Cassidy

If you don’t know Black Tom Cassidy, he’s the nephew of X-Men member Banshee and he’s another mutant. He’s the one on the bottom right of the card. Anyway, his power is a bit weird, because he can project his power through plants. Deadpool fans might remember his cameo in the Deadpool 2 movie. Personally, I’d just like to add another villain to the mutant list.

Lady Deathstroke

Yuriko Oyama, aka Lady Deathstrike, also has a bone to pick with a certain X-Men member. And yes, I’m going to keep hammering away at this deal until she’s added. I actually didn’t think we’d get Maverick in the game, but he’s coming with Weapon-X! Given who else is on this card, I think it’s really only a matter of time.

Master mold

Okay, the truth is, I don’t really know if this is a Master Mold or not based on the artwork. I’m more familiar with the 90’s X-Men cartoon version of the Self-creating Sentinel factory. But I think this is a pretty good idea of ​​the size of him. Plus, when you see a HUGE Sentinel sitting there with a bunch of cables attached to it, you can pretty much assume it’s the big guy. Either way, I don’t know if this could be a terrain piece or an in-game character, but either way, if AMG made a Master Mold, I would 100% definitely buy this kit and figure out how to play with it in every game.

Quasar (Fyla-Vell)

This one is a bit of a deep cut for Marvel fans, since it harks back to the Annihilation story and mostly dealt with the cosmic side of the Marvel Universe. Anyway, Phyla-Vell took up the mantle of Quasar and wielded the power of the Quantum Bands. She’s the character in the upper left of the image. She would make a fun addition to the Guardians of the Galaxy Affiliation (along with Moondragon, too). I don’t know about you, but I’d love to see more of the Marvel Cosmic side of things. There are so many weird and wonderful characters in space. Like, a World War Hulk and his crew would be pretty cool… just saying.


Okay, okay, I’m kidding. Although, now that I think about it, a Morlock faction with Leech would be pretty cool… But seriously, how is Jubilee not already in Marvel: Crisis Protocol!? I know the X-Men are “done” at this point, but she’s the ultimate ’90s kid and, like, total belongs in MCP—on the table, not just on Team Tactics Cards! The X-Men aren’t complete without Jubilee.

Okay, now I have to make a list for Morlocks and the space pirate crew of World War Hulk. That’s why I liked MCP so much.


Writer, editor, Texas native and now Tex-Pat, Adam covers all things tabletop gaming. Including Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, D&D, board games, and anything involving dice, boards, cards, and a table. A hobbyist, player, and collector of miniatures and games, Adam is currently obsessed with his Death and Chaos Armies for Age of Sigmar, his Blood Angels and Tyranids for 40k, a growing collection of Marvel: Crisis Protocol minis, and his ever-expanding Arkham Horror: The Card Game Collection.