Ah, I see. That explains why there's a 5 at the end... The first 3 must've been full, too.
Anyway, I'll add to the thread with this interesting thought:
Type: 5* Rare
Reference: Nearly immortal Greek mythology hero Achilles who was killed (in one legend) by an arrow striking his heel
3* - 6/1 (Ability at 4*)
4* - 7/1 "Support: damage +2"
5* - 8/1 "Support: damage +2"
For note, this should be the ONLY card ever with "support: damage +2". Why such odd stats? I'd like to compare him to Avola
= Both are 5* cards with support skills that in mono give a total of 9 damage
= Stats: Avola
is 7/5, Akilees is 8/1 -- Akilees has higher power, but less damage
is hurt by both SoA and SoB, while Akilees laughs them off... when alone.
-- Against all-stop cards, Akilees is useless (his Achilles heel, hence the reference); Avola
can do some damage at least.
- Avola's bonus helps her win a round, where Akilees doesn't.
All in all, I think it's an ok balance between effectiveness and strength as it is. What say you, Make-A-Card world?