Wizard Shows Off A New Vehicle & New Soldier For G.I. Joe TCG

by Outsiders
January 14, 2005
Wizard.com has released not one but two new cards for the G.I. Joe Trading Card Game Expansion Set and the first card up may just become a new 3 3/4" figure!

Defense, Defense, Defense. Thatís what this guy is all about. Vehicles are going to be dominant, and so the Joes need someone to help put an end to their threat. Salvo does just that for you. Defense (Land) makes vehicles no more dangerous than their toy versions. Even when manned, land vehicles still use their unmanned Power.

You can learn more about Salvo and his power-ups by checking out the G.I. Joe TCG website by clicking here.

The second card preview belongs to the vehicle assortment and gives you the ability you need to win!

The APC is one of the first cards previewed to go past the 3 supply point slot. However, it's not there for the Power and Hits. This is a pure ability card.

Disembark is an ability everybody has been waiting for, as some players have been saying that their games have run too short. Disembark lets you get three potential recruits on your side. That's nothing to laugh at, even if two fail to deliver, because there's still the potential of the third one being a much-needed Duke or Gung-Ho.

You can learn more about this the APC card and it's abilities by checking out the G.I. Joe TCG website by clicking here.



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