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#129 "The Best of 2005"

#129 "The Best of 2005"
Sub Category: RPG Magazines
Publish Year: 2005
Dimensions: 8x11x.2"
Restockable: No
Mfg. part #: WIP129
Type: Magazine

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GOOD AS GOLD
If you’ve looked at Magic at all this year, you can’t help but to have been blinded by all the bling brought on by Ravnica. There’s gold in them there cards—and it’ll kill ya if you don’t pay attention. IQ #129 offers a look forward at the gold coming in Guildpact and Dissension, a look back at the deadliest gold cards in Magic history and a look at the Ravnica gold wreaking havoc on the Pro Tour. If you call yourself a serious player, you can’t afford to miss this.

SHELLHEAD SURPRISE
If you’re looking to take your new HeroClix Armor Wars figures for a test drive that’ll really put them—and you—through your paces, check out the exclusive Iron Man scenario in IQ #129. While SHIELD and Hydra duke it out on one map, Iron Man and pals must thwart some of the deadliest villains from Shellhead’s past on another map in order to prevent the return of the Iron Monger! Do you have what it takes to be a hero, or are you more Happy Hogan material?

SYSTEM OF NO DOUBT
With two years of the Vs. System under our utility belts, the Marvel and DC TCGs have come a long way—or have they? IQ takes a look back at all the expansions ever produced for the game in issue #129. Which had the best cards? Which offered the most pure power? Which had the best mechanics and characters? We guarantee you’ll be shocked and awed!

THE BEST OF THE BEST
The best stuff of 2005—InQuest has it all. The best game. The best artist. The best new mechanic. The best Magic player. 2005 was full of “news” and “bests,” and we’ve got ‘em all. What was the best Magic moment or HeroClix strategy play? We’ve got a dozen pages of the coolest things to come out of the year that was. Plus, we’ve got your chance to vote for your faves in the InQuest Fan Awards. Time for you to rock the vote (we’d say “vote or die” but we think Diddy trademarked it).