‘TITAN MASTERS ATTACK’ Booster Set Released for TRANSFORMERS Trading Card Game

Action Figures/ Toys

Today, MAGIC: THE GATHERING and TRANSFORMERS released the highly anticipated booster set – TITAN MASTERS ATTACK – for the popular TRANSFORMERS Trading Card Game (TCG).The new booster set contains 46 Character cards (43 of these characters never-before-seen in Transformers TCG)94 non-Character cards, and  3 Titan-pack Character cards (one Titan pack in each sealed display).

Key product features include:

·        Titan Master Characters: These character cards have two parts – a body and a head. Head characters give bonuses to the body, and when the body is KOed, the head deploys as a separate bot mode character. Mix and match heads and bodies to customize Titan Masters to fit your playstyle. Titan Master characters draw inspiration from Transformers toys released both in Titans Return and Generation 1.

·        The Wreckers: The fan-favorite Autobot special-forces team make their debut in Titan Masters Attack. Led by Sergeant Kup, the Wreckers get the toughest jobs done, no matter what the cost.

·        Stratagem cards: This completely new card type lets players further customize characters on their team. Most Stratagem are keyed to a specific character card, cost stars, and modifies a character in an interesting (and sometimes unusual!) way. Stratagems in Titan Masters Attack can modify characters from this booster release or from previous releases.

·        Fortress Maximus: Every sealed Titan Masters Attack booster display includes a Fortress Maximus Titan pack. This pack contains the titan-sized Fortress Maximus character, his head character Cerebros, and Cerebros’ head character, Emissary.

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