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: An explanation of what community sets are, which ones are most used, and which are supported by Teletraan I.
: Ready-to-print PDFs for community sets, OCTGN packages for community sets, and more
: Instructions on how to setup and use OCTGN, Tabletop Simulator, webcams, and where to find people to play with.
: Includes an FAQ, instructions, history of the site, and some thank yous.
] ver 1.13 updated on November 4th, 2020
Developed by Alpha Trion Protocols. A set of eleven stratagems to make older, underused bots competitive with newer cards.
] ver 1 released November 25th, 2020
Developed by Alpha Trion Protocols. A full new set including 9 bots, 10 battle cards, and 6 stratagems.
] ver 1, released November 4th, 2020
Developed by Alpha Trion Protocols. This set of 4 battle cards & 3 stratagems is specifically designed for use in Primus
Developed by The Ark. Two players team up against Unicron. While not designed for tournament play (obviously), it's a fun challenge to try and overcome with your friends.
Developed by The Ark. Their first regular set of cards features 38 new bots, 40 new battle cards, and 20 new stratagems to use for new and old characters alike. It also features a titan sized Scorponok!
] Currently in public beta testing
Developbed by Team Bayformers. This is their first set features a new Quintesson-based faction and new mechanics themed around them. The set will be added to Teletraan I once it's released.
[Website & Download
Jihen has put together a compilation of various community sets that are not included in OCTGN by default (such as ATP-1). If you play on OCTGN, this is the way to go. Note that both players will need this pack to be able to use the cards bundled in it. Installation instructions are included on the page.
This page will be re-launched shortly before (maybe shortly after) the release of ATP-2. It'll have direct downloads for
all most supported community sets, including PDFs with bleed, PDFs with no-bleed, and a ZIP of PNGs. It'll also list places to get cards printed both casually and professionally. Suggested settings for printing (including for printing at home) will also be included.