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Infinity Comes to Marvel: Avengers Alliance in New Spec Op

Face the power of Thanos in the newest Spec Op for the hit Facebook game!

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Face front, agents! The newest Spec Op for "Marvel: Avengers Alliance" has arrived, this time with direct ties to the biggest event of the year, Infinity!

Black Bolt character model from "Marvel: Avengers Alliance"
From deepest space, Thanos the Mad Titan has returned, and he has brought with him the fiercest warriors in the galaxy: The Black Order. As always, his goal is death, but a darker motive underlies it. Why is Thanos here? And why is he after Black Bolt, King of the Inhumans?

Face Thanos and his Mighty Black Order in the newest Spec Op for the chance to earn Black Bolt as the newest reward character in the game!

Plus, pick up new Inhuman Lockboxes for the chance add the mysterious Thane, a major new character from Infinity, to your roster! But just who is Thane? You'll have to read Infinity to find out, so start now with issue #1!

As the roster of unlockable characters expands, there's never been a better time to join the millions of players around the world on "Marvel: Avengers Alliance." Join S.H.I.E.L.D along side your favorite Marvel heroes on playdom.com or Facebook and join the fray today!

Thane character model from "Marvel: Avengers Alliance"
Thanos character model from "Marvel: Avengers Alliance"
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Brian
Brian

I agree, stamp duty on property distorts the market and is an inefficient way to raise revenue.It also is a major part of the upfront cost of a house and so presents a huge hurdle for those looking to purchase.(and Bryan above as to real estate commissions I think it is fair that they rise with house values just as any other wage has with inflation - and for the amount of "all hours" work put in by an agent represent only a reasonable return for the responsibility taken)

Rod
Rod

Stamp duty is a deterrent for older citizens wishing to downsize their accomodation. The alternative is to buy a block and build again because in WA you pay duty on the land only if you go down that track. But, not many older citizens have the energy or desire to build again on a block far away from family and friends. While they're building they have to rent, so directly and indirectly stamp duty is a turn off and many people are left struggling to cope with a dwelling size far in excess of their needs and big gardens which get beyond them physically.

Bryan
Bryan

Imagine Real estate agents talking about the impact of percentage based fees. Stamp Duty is just another tax to help fund the running of our states.Pretty hard to justify the increase in commissions over the last decade.Not sure agents have got that much smarter or work that much harder.How do you justify your percentage based fee in the context of the commentary re stamp duty.

Leanne
Leanne

The GFC has absolutely had an impact on home ownership, so has consumer confidence, there is always more than one cause to complicated issues. But the costs associated with buying property is absolutely one of the reasons people are not transacting as frequently as they once were.

Bev
Bev

Stamp duty is what prevents the purchasing of run down properties, renovating and on-selling them here in NSW. By the time someone purchases a property, pays stamp duty, then pays GST on everything put into a renovation, its almost impossible to sell the property and make any sort of profit.

Brad R
Brad R

I firmly disagree with the way stamp duty is charged, and it is way over the top. However, to use stamp duty as the reason that people are holding onto their homes is just wrong. We need a strong argument against it, and this does not help. The GFC is the reason. People, on average owe more on their homes and they need to get back to what they paid for it to move on. Stamp duty is a slight hinderence, but not the reason. WA had a boom in that time due to the mining sector and following on from a boom around the rest of Australia. To say that is the same as saying that fire trucks cause fires because everywhere there is a fire there is a fire truck. You must equate cause and effect appropriately. Circumstantial evidence can be tossed out of an argument and leave us weaker in the debate against this government theft.