Alien vs. Predator deck

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Alien vs. Predator
Designer Z8MB1E
Date 2/11/2015
Players 2-3
This is an unfinished deck. It is incomplete, and is not playable.
To play Dvorak: Draw five cards each and leave the rest as a draw pile. On your turn, draw a card from the draw pile and play one Thing and/or one Action. (See the full rules.)
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This is not even close to an officially endorsed product. Completely fan-made.

Now, with that out of the way, we can get to the good stuff.

Have you ever heard of Alien? Maybe Predator? Even the actual Alien vs. Predator mashup? Well, if not, I suggest you go watch each of those movies (even the sequels, if you so wish) before you play this card game. If you DO know what these are, have watched them, and like them, this card game is for you. So, without further ado, let's get into the rules.

Basic Rules

At the beginning of the game, players choose what faction they want to be a part of. The youngest player in the room goes first (or you can do a different setup, your decision) and chooses a faction. Second youngest goes next, and finally the oldest goes last, taking whatever team is left.

Now that factions have been handed out, the players must take their faction cards and shuffle them into a deck. Then, each player must find their Hero and Base cards, and then lay them out in front of them. For example, the Alien faction would have the Xenomorph Queen Hero and The Hive Base. The Marines would have the Rookie Hero and Outpost Base. Predators have The Chosen Warrior Hero and Predatorium Base.

The game now begins. If you have not enacted Special Objectives, each player has a fixed goal: "Defeat the enemy Hero or destroy/capture the Base." Essentially, the game ends when only one player has both their Hero and Base intact.

Now, let's talk about Combat and Engagement. If you are using a Scenario, the Scenario will probably redefine or add to