You've done it this time...
You've made one of the best Smash Up sets ever! We let the fans vote and determine new factions for Smash Up, and you came through with some awesomeness. All four factions in this box were the top of thousands of nominations, and then survived a bracket vote, all to get to you today!
Smash Up: It's Your Fault includes Sharks, who plan to make chum of their opponents. Also inside you'll find Superheroes, flying off the comics page to defeat enemies. You chose to bring the legends of Greek Myth to the table, and finally the imposing might and destructive power of Dragons!
Of course, we couldn't give you Sharks without providing a Shark Delivery System™.
- - It’s Your Fault! box description
Combined with all previous sets, there are 42 factions and 84 bases, which makes 861 possible pairs of factions.
This is the first set in which all the factions (actually four) were submitted by fans and then a popularity vote was used to select the factions of this set. AEG will do it again for the upcoming Oops You Did it Again set.
Previous set: Smash Up: Munchkin
Next set: Cease and Desist
- Converted Cave
- Crystal Fortress
- Dragon’s Lair
- Oracle at Delphi
- Shark Reef
- The Deep
- Tornado Alley
- Trailer Park
- Wooden Horse
- Wyrm’s Desolation
- Main article: Rules
The rulebook for this set can be found here.
This set made a few modifications to the rules relative to the previous rulebook in Smash Up: Munchkin:
- Changed the rule to decide who goes first.
- Added the definition of "after".
- The definition of Affect changed to now include having its ability cancelled.
This set also introduced the following clarifications:
- Just like minion power, a base breakpoint can never be reduced below zero.
- The inclusion of the Tornados faction was a total surprise for the fans, as the product page and the contents indication on the box only mention 4 factions, 80 cards and 8 bases. Fans had to wait until they opened the box to find the surprise faction: Tornados. AEG had hinted to this faction with the mention "Shark Delivery System™ Included" printed on the box.
- The name of the set is a reference to a contest held by AEG during which fans could submit faction ideas, and then vote for their favorite submissions. In the end, Sharks, Greek Myth (rather than Mythic Greeks), Superheroes and Dragons won. So the composition of this set is essentially our fault.
- The original 32 nominees were:
- Greek Myth
- The top 16 nominees were
- Greek Myth
- The top 8 nominees were
- Greek Myths