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No Beard Plaguecast Episode Seven: Marvel Universe series III card game (part three)

Man, look at Cable, right there? Is he the most 90s character of them all? Somehow he outlived all of his imitators and he is now one of my favorite Marvel characters of the current age.

(That is a lie, I just remembered that a younger version of Cable shot and killed the older Cable we know and love. I am not a fan of this young cable)

I am talking about Nathan Summers, here, because he is in the "X-Force" deck I created for my Marvel Universe Series III card game.

If you click on the link ------ > Here

You will be able to find yet another video where I go into detail about the game. When I get a free chance tonight, I will type up all of the instructions. They should be available on here tomorrow!


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