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    Can I mixed multiple Crossover decks as a main deck (Without Base)

    I dont like the idea of mixing the main deck of base sets to play the crossovers.

    Can i mixed a bunch of cross over and form a main deck

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    There's nothing to stop you. I wouldn't recommend it, though. We tried it and it just didn't flow as smoothly as a base set.

    Why don't you want to mix a crossover into a base set anyway?

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    The separating of decks is cumbersome and also you will still play largely the base set, which is something I want to get away from.
    Last edited by kser; 05-31-2018 at 07:44 PM.

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    Separating the crossovers out of the main deck only takes a couple of minutes at the end, it's not that time consuming IMO.

    Would also recommend against playing *just* the crossovers mashed together. The mechanics between them are vastly different (Time Travel, card rotation, Teamwork, etc.) and would make for a very cumbersome, unwieldy game. But like Lex said, it's your game and there's nothing stopping you. Give it a shot and see if you like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kser View Post
    The separating of decks is cumbersome and also you will still play largely the base set, which is something I want to get away from.
    Sounds like you need to build a custom main deck. Its requires some time and card balancing knowledge, but its the best way to get a new experience without sticking to a standard base deck.

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