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King of Tokyo Power Up Expansion Game

King of Tokyo Power Up Expansion Game

King of Tokyo Power Up Expansion Game

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IEL-51073
$19.56

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With King of Tokyo: Power Up. an expansion for the King of Tokyo base game after choosing a monster each player takes the eight Evolution cards associated with that monster shuffles those cards and creates a personal deck. At the end of a player's turn if she has three hearts she draws one Evolution card and adds it to her hand; this is possible even in Tokyo (when hearts are normally useless) and even if the hearts are used for some other action such as healing. A player can reveal and play an Evolution card at any time. Some Evolutions are temporary allowing a one-time bonus while others are Permanent such as Gigazaur's Tail Sweep which allows him to change one die to a 1 or 2 each turn. Each Evolution card also identifies whether a monster is a Mutant Invader or Robot and while not relevant for Power Up. this species identification could come into play in future expansions. The rules for King of Tokyo: Power Up. contain a few variants: Players start with a random Evolution in play or draw two cards and choose the one they want or draft a set of Evolutions prior to the start of play. However you play the goal of the game remains the same: Score 20 points or be the last monster standing amid the rubble of what was once Tokyo.

  • Not a standalone game
  • King of Tokyo base game is needed to use this expansion
  • Expansion adds depth and complexity