The Villains Have Arrived - With a Summer Sale!


Happy Villains of the Multiverse day! All 15 baddies are now ready to team up and wreak havoc across the multiverse. Will you step up and save the day?

Villainous Summer Sale!

Before we get into the details - did you know there's a Sale happening? There are great deals happening on  Steam, Google Play, Amazon, Bandcamp and! Check out the details over at 

What's New?

Villains of the Multiverse is, without a doubt, the largest single update we’ve released for Sentinels of the Multiverse since the original game. Villains contains 14 decks in total, spanning 10 new team mode villains, as well as 4 new challenging environments. Season 1 expansions are each 8 decks and Vengeance has 12. Only the core game is bigger with 18 (but sit tight, OblivAeon is still on the horizon). And as always, we couldn’t have done it without you! As another small thank you, we’ve made another wallpaper pack covering Vengeance and Villains of the Multiverse, which you can download for free right here!

These folks appear to throwing some kind of party at the carnival!

These folks appear to throwing some kind of party at the carnival!

So what is coming to the game today? Villains of the Multiverse expands on the Team Mode that began in Vengeance. With these additional 10 villains, there are now more than 384,000 possible villain teams to challenge you. However, with more than 8.2 million possible hero teams to create, you should be able to handle them… right?

The Villains of the Multiverse Mega-Expansion contains the following:

Team Villains:

  • Biomancer - With knowledge of chemistry, biology, and necromancy, Biomancer can create fully living flesh.

  • Bugbear - Bugbear prowles the jungles. His insatiable hunger demands he find larger and larger prey.

  • Greazer - You need a target tracked down, you talk to Greazer. He will find them and bring them back to you.

  • Sergeant Steel - Sergeant Jack Steel and his squad of heavily-armed agents are the most dangerous operatives F.I.L.T.E.R. has to offer.

  • Citizens Hammer and Anvil - Citizen Dawn has sent these two citizens on a mission. She hopes to find more powered individuals who would be willing to join her ranks.

  • La Capitan - 500 years ago, Maria Helena was drawn into a temporal rift while seeking adventure.The energy changed her ship, and changed Maria Helena as well.

  • Ambuscade - After defeat at the hands of many heroes, Ambuscade knew his tactics had to change. He has cobbled together a mismatched group of villainous allies called the Slaughterhouse Six!

  • Miss Information - This new, darker, jaded Aminia Twain is here to exact her revenge, however misguided, on the Freedom Five.

  • The Operative - After a mortal injury, Sophia DeLeon was brought back from the brink of death at the temple of the mystic known as Zhu Long, but at the cost of her servitude.

  • Plague Rat - The creature known as Plague Rat was recently captured by a RevoCorp Recon & Execute team, and is now used as an amped up bloodhound to seek out and destroy key targets.


  • The Temple of Zhu Long - Hidden amongst the peaks of the Himalayas, the Temple of Zhu Long is a place of many eldritch secrets. The mystic Zhu Long keeps his magics hidden from the world there, protected by his scores of apprentices, wards, and assassins. Many find themselves in life-debt to Zhu Long, and it is a steep debt indeed. But what price could be a fair one for cheating death itself?

  • Magmaria - Deep underground near the core of the earth, Magmaria, the City of the Magmen, has never been seen by the eyes of surface-dwellers. The seemingly mindless magmen toil without ceasing there.

  • The Court of Blood - The home of the dreaded Blood Countess, the Court of Blood is a lair of creatures thought to be mythical: vampires. They thirst for blood and feed on the living. You may have heard of them.

  • Madam Mittermeier’s Fantastical Festival of Conundrums and Curiosities - You were driving into town in the morning, as usual, when you noticed that the abandoned lot just outside city limits wasn't abandoned anymore. In fact, there was a carnival set up there. There wasn't a carnival there yesterday, right? You don't remember seeing it on your drive home last night. And there's nothing in the papers about it. Odd. Well, seems like it might be worth visiting.

With these 10 Team Mode villains and 4 new environments, the total number of decks to mix and match in the game is now 86!

And that doesn’t even count variants, of which there are now 2 more for you to find. With this release, you are now tasked with finding two new women to add to your Multiverse, one good, one… less good.

Who will be found first? Shall we flip a coin?

Who will be found first? Shall we flip a coin?

Fugue State Parse - When OblivAeon first approached Earth, a monitoring satellite caught readings of the cosmic being’s ambient radiation. That satellite was being monitored by the hero known as Parse, and encountering the same code that originally “reprogrammed” her mental pathways sent her into a nigh-catatonic state. Now, she is not quite the same person...

Trickster Kismet - The miscreant known as Kismet has had many run-ins with the heroes of the Multiverse, through many different realities, timelines, and dimensions. Now, once again recently out of The Block, she has found her way to a bizarre location indeed: an arcane carnivale with a malevolent purpose of its own.

*Important note - The Variant Hunt will not begin until all platforms have access to the new update, which may take some time.

The Kitchen Sink

While we know that you love new content, this update also brings some updates, fixes and features!

  • Find out more about the Multiverse with extra information links on each hero, villain, and environment. Each deck in the Multiverse now links to the related official wiki pages, Letters Page episodes, strategy guides, and statistics summaries.

  • See the full size artwork on any character card with the new button that toggles card text.

  • The way expansions work in multiplayer has changed to make it easier for new players to join the community, and for friends to join your games. Now by default, anyone can join any game, and the expansions available to play will depend on what everyone in the game owns.

  • Fixed a problem where Omnitron-U's innate power was unaffected by temporary effects (e.g. Legacy's innate power).

  • Fixed some problems related to Challenge Mode Spite: Agent of Gloom. 

Please note: Challenge Mode is not yet available for Villains of the Multiverse decks and Trickster Kismet. It will be added in a future update. 


The ever expanding Multiverse.

The ever expanding Multiverse.

We can see you now, deSpite your efforts!

We can see you now, deSpite your efforts!