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Professional Bionics Leage (PBL) ROBOTS is a strategy dice & card game where you control a giant robot and try to blast away your competition. 


PBL ROBOTS has a unique deck building phase where you draft your roster and collect powerful armor, zany crew, and unique actions to improve your robot. Each player selects a dynamic starter pilot and slides it into their base robot and the game begins. Blow off all 4 limbs of your opponents robot and you win.


Armor stacks on top of your robot as you watch it grow stronger and stronger. Each game  contains 113 completely different cards and 12 mini dice, 1 twenty sided die, rulebook and 2 control panels. 

















The Mega Series championship has concluded. The Mega Series is a six team team based event, with the team scoring the most point with House Tournaments located at any location during the Spring. Over 50 players logged games with 152 points scored. The winning team then must defend their championship, as the Maverick tries to take down the winning team in gauntlet style PBL ROBOTS battles. 

Each January 'SnowCon' in Bangor/Orono, Maine is the site for the annual PBL ROBOTS State Championship. Congrats to Saer Murray, who came from out of state to play, for becoming this years' champ. Over 30 players played, and over 100 games were played over the weekend. The Woodin Bowl and Mega Series are the next big tournaments to happen in New England.


We are now available in Artists & Craftsman, and Maine Craft Association in Portland, ME. "The Art and History behind PBL ROBOTS" art show and game day events announced for 2020. Find us on Facebook and Twitter for more details.


Congrats to Patrick Russell for taking down the 2018 Woodin Bowl tournament, with runner-up Nathaniel Sipe. Congrats to Adam Foss for being the 2018 SnowCon champion.


The PBL ROBOTS Story is now on-line for you to read! 












PBL Robots Rulebook Version 1.4 added. This version includes Ultimate Robot for fast play format supports ages 6+ and up to 4 players. Games take 15-30 minutes. Additionally, Version 1.4 includes the optimal rule set for quick games, using a 

single community deck.   








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