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After many years, the long-awaited fourth Un- set is upon us! Wait. I can't be the only one counting Future Sight, right? Let me start over.
After many years, the long-awaited third silver-bordered set is upon us! Unstable throws out the normal rules and delivers a set filled with crafty Contraptions, questionable science, unpredictable die rolls, predictable die rolls, high fives, and Squirrels. It would be impossible to capture every new mechanic in Unstable in one article. Instead, we'll go over the major mechanics in this article. There are plenty of cards that bring their own unique brand of wackiness. If you're interested in diving in deeper, we've put together a FAQ of sorts. It has a longer name. Lots of letters. We'll publish that once the whole set is revealed.
FIVE FEATURED FACTIONS FIGHTING FURIOUSLY FOR FUN
Unstable isn't just random wackiness. It's very well-structured wackiness. There are five distinct factions fighting for your attention and deck slots. Each has a festive watermark to identify cards associated with that faction. The five factions are:
Order of the Widget - Its watermark looks like a gear and castle;
Agents of S.N.E.A.K. - Its watermark looks like a combination key and umbrella;
League of Dastardly Doom - Its watermark looks like an explosion inside a light bulb;
Goblin Explosioneers - Its watermark looks like a bomb and two sticks of dynamite; and
Crossbreed Labs - Its watermark looks like a double-spouted beaker.
* 15 cards per booster
* 36 boosters per display