Only The Worthy May Join The Asgardian Republic In ‘Marvel Realm of Champions’

by Gary Catig

Starting last November, Kabam has been releasing info each month about the Houses in their upcoming game, Marvel Realm of Champions. So far, we’ve learned about Peggy Carter’s Patriot Garrison, the Temple of Vishanti, the Iron Man influenced House of Iron, and the Kingdom of Wakanda. For March, lets take a closer look at the Asgardian Republic.

BRIEF HISTORY

Prior to the Maestro’s campaign across Battleworld, Asgard and the Nine Realms carried on much as they had across the history of the multiverse. The Realms quarreled, the Asgardians stomped out opponents and insurrections, and the Aesir people lived in the opulent but hard-edged comfort they were known for. Relations with the other peoples of Battleworld were positive, based on long histories of old association and mutual benefit, the names and unity of the old heroes not forgotten even as time marched on.

When the Maestro arrived, Asgard’s people found themselves unprepared, moreso than any could have fathomed. Though they fought bravely with their well-known tenacity, the Maestro was simply too powerful and his armies too great, and the heroic Asgardians buckled under the weight of his strength.

In a desperate move Odin did the unthinkable and shattered the Bifrost. With the rainbow bridge destroyed, the Maestro and his invading armies were forced back out of Asgard, but the resulting blast was disastrous and seemingly took Odin’s life in the process. An unnatural frost spread throughout Asgard afterwards, causing massive shards and crystalline structures of unmelting ice to sprout from deep below the earth. The towering glaciers shattered mountains, tore cities apart, and transformed the land irrevocably, with no end in sight.

As the dust settled, panic overcame the varied peoples of the Nine Realms, and wars quickly broke out all across the lands, all previous bonds and allegiances forsaken in the name of raw survival. It would be a year of conflict and strife before a new leader arose, one with the strength and will to tame the new Asgard. That leader would be War Thor.

After the Asgardian Republic, there are only three more Houses to receive spotlights. If there’s one reveal a month, could we be expecting a summer time release of Marvel Realm of Champions? It would be logical that the monthly House news could serve as an informal countdown to the game.

Gary Catig

Gary Catig is west coast raised, east coast educated, and has a touch of southern charm. He has spent most of his adult life making science fiction a reality as an engineer conducting research in the military, microprocessor, and biotechnology fields. While currently living in San Diego, he enjoys all facets of pop culture including but not limited to comics, TV, movies, and music.

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