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  1. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting a card combination from the new Anime Deck 2 DLC: An adorable robot with tentacles and a giant sword! When you think "anime," what comes to mind? Adorable humanoid machines? Unwieldy melee weapons? Squamous tentacles with unwholesome intentions? Whatever you're imagining, today's card combination has you covered! Don't be fooled by those puppy dog eyes, this bio-technological monstrosity is a killer to its metal core. Try to dodge that wicked, Sephirothian blade -- which, thanks to anime rules, is probably possessed by a demon, or constantly thirsting for human blood -- and you'll find yourself enveloped in a squirming, probing mass of tentacles. And let's not forget that there's a synthetic mind operating all of these weapon system. That sword is being swung with unerring aim and all the power of cutting-edge hydraulic actuators. It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop ... ever, until you are dead!
  2. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting a combination that includes America's 14th President, a legion of the Arctic's most deadly flightless birds, and arms barely long enough to reach a stove-top hat: It's Abe Lincoln Leading an Army of Peguins with Tiny T-Rex arms! As a leader of the American people, Abe Lincoln earned a reputation as a wise, compassionate President who's name would be etched into our nation's historic tapestry. As a leader of deadly penguins, however, Abe Lincoln is a killing machine. Endless nature documentaries may have given you the false impression that penguins are nature's docile, tuxedo-clad pals. If you're ever trapped in the arctic, you might try befriending one of them, hoping its downy fluff might keep you warm against the elements. One moment you're snuggling up to a loudly squawking bird, and the next, it has confused your nose for a fish and chomped the thing clean off. Now, imagine that unsettling scene playing out a million times over. Dozens of penguins coming at you from every angle, while a man in an ominous stove-top hat looks on, laughing a bucolic laugh, and rubbing his tiny claws together menacingly. You struggle to recall the section of the Gettysburg Address that mentions murdering people with penguins, but before you can curse yourself for skipping so many high school history classes, the battle is over. The penguins stand victorious, Abe Lincoln looks on with fatherly pride, and opens his mouth to speak: "The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here."
  3. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting a combination that combines brains, brawn, and multiple rows of razor-sharp teeth: A Mad Scientist Armed With A Jetpack And A Shark On A Chain. They say that sharks are nature's most perfect killing machine. For millennia, they've ruled the seas, devouring anything or anyone foolish enough to step foot into the water. The best defense against a shark is usually just avoiding the sea, but sometimes that's not an option. Sometimes a crazy genius drags one of these deadly creatures onto land, attaches a chain to its butt, and starts swinging the voracious hunter around like a hungry morning star. Picture this: You're relaxing, maybe enjoying a sunny day, far from the nearest body of water. The last thing you're concerned about is being bitten in half. Then, faintly in the distance, you hear a rumbling. It draws closer and you spot an odd shadow from overhead. Before you can react, a disheveled man in a lab coat swoops into view on a plume of hot jet exhaust. You try to gasp in shock, but the moment you open your mouth it's slapped shut by a flying dorsal fin. You turn to run, but the shark takes one massive chomp and suddenly you've got no legs. As you begin to pass out from this impromptu femur removal, you look up and silently ask the mad scientist, "Why?" He turns to you, laughs an especially crazy laugh, and says, "Grant money, of course! Sharks don't grow on trees ... yet."
  4. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting a combination that seems adorable but can quickly prove deadly: Three Children Wearing An Overcoat, Riding A Pigeon, And Wielding Slothchuks. Most dangers in SUPERFIGHT are fairly obvious. You're right to be wary of depressed Polar Bears and heavily-armed former Presidents. But sometimes, the most terrifying card combinations are also the most adorable. Anyone who spent their formative years watching sitcoms will recognize that there are very few reasons why three children would pile on top of each other's shoulders and don an overcoat. Clearly they're trying to pass as a single, lumpy adult, but why? To get into an R-rated movie? To rent a carpet shampooer? No, the reality is much more sinister. These youngsters have realized that by seemingly multiplying their size and age, not only will they intimidate their opponents, but they can also call on allies from the animal kingdom. The pigeon, usually too busy scavenging from dumpsters to bother with the affairs of humans, serves as a noble, flying steed, ferrying the kids anywhere in the world while raining down droppings like a disgusting B-52 bomber. See the blissful look on that sloth's face? The lil' fella is clearly having a blast as a living weapon! While a sloth's claws are most often used to pluck delicate leaves and strip bark from tropical trees, they're equally at home buried in the ruined flesh of anyone foolish enough to think, "Aw! I wanna pet the cute sloth!"
  5. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting an immensely powerful combination of cards prone to causing madness and unexpected lightning strikes: Cthulhu Riding A Pegasus While Wielding Mjolnir. "The Thing cannot be described -- there is no language for such abysms of shrieking and immemorial lunacy, such eldritch contradictions of all matter, force, and cosmic order." That's how author H.P. Lovecraft described Cthulhu, his most famous, unknowable monstrosity, but for all the horrors that Lovecraft conjured up, he could never have imagined this combination of cards. Not only is Ol' Tentacle Face armed with the inherent ability to cause unending madness and suffering among anyone foolish enough to even glance in its direction, but Cthulhu has also borrowed a page from Thor by equipping the legendary hammer Mjolnir! Now, it's not the insanity and extra-dimensional geometries you have to worry about, it's being struck by lightning and smashed into paste while you're busy trying to keep your mind from collapsing. "I'll run from the madness and electrical death," you think, patting yourself on the back for such a clever idea. "I'll run fast and far!" No sooner do you turn to flee, than Cthulhu is upon you again, poking you in the face with his tentacles and oozing all kinds of gross goo. There's nowhere to run from the majestic agility of Cthulhu's faithful Pegasus. As you succumb to madness, the last thing you hear are thunderous hoofbeats giving way to the heavy beating of giant wings, and a guttural, mocking exclamantion: "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn!"
  6. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting one of our personal favorites, the Flying Fainting Goat Armed With An Infinite Sausage Lasso. Taken separately, the components of this combination don't seem very threatening. Sure, goats have unnerving square pupils, and their screams can sound uncannily like a human being murdered, but the Fainting Goat is known best for its go-to defensive tactic: Falling over like a sack of narcoleptic meat and hoping it doesn't look too delicious. That's not likely to intimidate anyone over the age of four, but when you consider the other components here, a dangerous beast comes into clear focus. Picture this: You're walking down the street, looking at your phone, when you bump into something warm and slightly moist. You glance up and notice a delicious, plump sausage hanging at mouth-height in front of your face. Realizing that you haven't eaten in minutes, you go to take a bite from the mysterious, hovering snack, only to have dozens of additional sausages quickly loop around your neck. You gasp, and manage to let out a muffled cry before looking up, just in time to see a catatonic goat dragging you bodily into the air. You mother always warned you not to eat sausages you find floating in the air. Now you know why. For more on SUPERFIGHT's meat-wielding livestock, take a look at our latest teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1Z6OwOTKi4
  7. Welcome to Monday Matchup, where we select one random combination of cards included with the digital version of SUPERFIGHT to give you a small taste of the sort of ludicrous creatures you'll be arguing for and against. Today, we're highlighting one of our personal favorites, the Polar Bear Riding a Centaur and Throwing Burritos. As the world's largest carnivorous land mammal, a polar bear is pretty intimidating on its own. Not only are they born with claws that can tear a moose in half and enough insulating fur and muscle to stop small arms fire, but they also have no fear of human beings and will happily eat everyone you love if given half the chance. When you combine that natural ferocity with the mobility of a centaur -- even an average centaur with bad knees -- the polar bear becomes an unstoppable engine of destruction. Those burritos, meanwhile, grant the polar bear a projectile attack that may seem minor, but when you consider the force at which a 12-foot bear can throw a thermos-sized bundle of beans, cheese, and various grilled vegetables, it becomes apparent that these are less filling culinary delights than unstoppable tortilla wraps of doom. Plus, all those carbs will go straight to your hips.
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