Marvel Tsum Tsum is one of those rare treasures in that it’s a legitimately pleasant surprise. Sure, Tsum Tsum are adorable, but did we really need a match-3 game where they battle after hours?

Yes, apparently we did. It’s not worth me explaining why again since I already did that in our review.

What we haven’t done yet is answer two burning and related questions: How many Tsum Tsum are in the game, and how do you get them? The second part of that is actually really easy; you get more Tsum Tsum by spending either premium currency (orbs) or regular currency (coins) in the store to buy them in boxes. Different Tsum Tsum are available in each box, so you’ll need to buy some Orb Boxes (for five orbs each) and some Coin Boxes (that’ll set you back 30,000 coins) to get them all. Several characters are part of the assortment in both boxes, giving you extra chances to grab them.

XFLAG helpfully broke down not just where to get every character but even separated them by type — Power, Blast and Speed — making our job easier on this Marvel Tsum Tsum Character Guide and allowing you to form a well-balanced team. Here’s a look at all 24 characters in the game at launch and where to find them:

Orb Box

Power Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Captain America – The guy with the shield
  • Captain Marvel – Earth’s mightiest hero
  • Hulk – Big, green, often angry
  • She-Hulk – See above but smaller and female
  • Thor – Original flavor Thunder God
  • War Machine – Iron Man’s armored BFF

Blast Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Iron Man – Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist
  • Phil Coulson – Coolest SHIELD agent around
  • Thor (Jane Foster) – The current Thunder God, and don’t call her Thorette
  • Vision – Android avenger … or synthezoid, maybe

Speed Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Black Widow – Super spy who should have her own movie
  • Falcon – Cap’s best pal, and currently Cap himself
  • Hawkeye – Archer who’s been getting the shaft in movies
  • Kate Bishop – Also Hawkeye
  • Peggy Carter – Stylish butt-kicker from days gone by
  • Spider-Man – Pretty sure you know who this is

Coin Box

Power Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Captain America – Probably not a sleeper Hydra agent
  • Devil Dinosaur – Actually is a dinosaur
  • Night Thrasher – Original leader of the New Warriors, a team I didn’t make up

Blast Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Cosmo – Telepathic dog friend of the Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Darkhawk – If you know who he is without Wikipedia, you’re a huge 90s Marvel fan
  • Howard the Duck – Better than the 80s movie version, promise
  • Iron Man – Could have used a different suit of armor, but no
  • Songbird – Former bad girl gone good

Speed Tsum Tsum

Marvel Tsum Tsum

  • Peggy Carter – A shame her TV series was canceled
  • Squirrel Girl – Surprisingly popular … and tough
  • White Fox – If you know who she is without the internet, you’re a huge current Marvel fan
  • White  Tiger – Surprisingly, there’s actually been five people to go by this name so far in Marvel Comics

That’s the list. But we’re not quite done here, because we need to discuss what happens when you pull a Tsum Tsum from one of the boxes that you already have.

If that occurs, the Tsum Tsum is converted into ISO-8, which you need to level up skills and special abilities. The type of ISO-8 depends on the box you open:

  • Orb Box – Red, green or blue ISO-8
  • Coin Box – Yellow or white ISO-8

That should be everything you need to go after every character around right now, though there’s no doubt more will be added later. If that happens, and we remember, we’ll update this guide to reflect the additions. Good luck!