Anti-Original Bert, the master of copying

Present time

Bert has never been original a day in his life. He’s always stealing other people’s work, wives and even their identity. His favourite hobbies are hiding bodies, hacking people’s bank accounts and listening to mainstream music. 

Origin story

Deep within the mountains, there was once a secret military research lab. Scientists experimented mixing different types of DNA with liquified fossils. They were successfully able to blend the two, moulding a new kind of marine. They gave their project the codename Bert; this new type of weapon could infiltrate enemy bases and gather intelligence. They didn’t expect Bert to have such a dysfunctional personality. Controlling Bert proved impossible, as he vanished within the facility. Scientists continued disappearing until there was no one left. Bert impersonated anyone from the president to the CEO of a global company. 

Recruitment into the Bad Samaritans

One day, the Bad Samaritans woke up in their HQ, when suddenly there where two dabbing Lucarios in the living room. It took them a few hours to figure out the real Lucario. Afterwards, they recruited Bert for the cause. 

Ability

Every time another player gets to draw a card from a spell or character effect, you also draw a card.

Tip:  If someone would draw more than one card so let’s say three in this example, you still only draw one card. Mind you; the effect is only from spells and character effects. Powers and scenarios remain excluded.

 

 

   

Meet the makers

It all started when Gils decided to create a superhero based card game. The idea was to have a game based on scenarios (problems) and having superpowers in your hand that you would need to solve them. With his very twisted brain, Gils quickly created cards that didn`t fit in a game of heroes. It was soon decided that this was not a game of justice but a game of injustice!

Vincent joined the team because of his many years of experience as an illustrator and graphic designer. The two cousins decided to catch up, and when Vincent played the game, he was hooked and couldn’t resist drawing such an artistic game.

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