• MLP CCG Release Date Set, Loads of Information

    A new press release has been sent out by Enterplay detailing the release date and a bit more information on the upcoming MLP:CCG.  It looks like we can expect to pick it up on December 13th!

    The press release below the break details some of the major questions people have bugged Enterplay with in the last few months.  Topics include:

    • What do I need to play? 
    • How do I get my Mane pony?
    • How Many Cards in the first set?
    • How much will it cost?
    • Where can I buy it?
    • Will there be organized play tournaments?

    Anyway, get it all below!

    Answers to some FAQs
    What do I need to play?
    A Mane Character card (for example, your favorite pony from the Mane Six), a 45-card draw deck, a 10-card Problem deck, plus a handful of markers to use as action tokens.

    How do I get my Mane Character?
    Four of the Mane Characters are included in Theme Decks: Rainbow Dash & Rarity in one, and Twilight Sparkle & Applejack in the other. Theme Decks are the most common entry point into the game and include a rulebook, punch-out action tokens, and 59 cards (10 Problem, 45 Draw Deck, 2 Reference Cards and 2 Mane Characters). The 2-Player Starter Set is another way to get started, featuring the Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy Mane Character cards.

    How many cards are in the first set?
    There are over 250 cards in the first set. Around a dozen cards are exclusive to the deck products, including the six Mane Character cards. There are six types of cards in the game: Friends, Mane Characters, Events, Resources, Troublemakers, and Problems.

    How much will it cost?
    Boosters: 12 cards, $3.49msrp. Theme Decks: 59 cards, $10.99msrp. 2-Player Starter Set: 116 cards, $18.99msrp

    Where can I buy it?
    MLP:CCG will be broadly available at your favorite trading card and hobby stores as well as major retailers!

    Will there be Organized Play tournaments?
    Yes! We are starting with a "learn to play" approach in December and then will launch tournaments some time in January.