First development of the 3 of this character’s different developments:

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    Power5AbilityAbility unlocked at
    Damage4Bonus-2 Opp Damage, Min 1
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    Power6AbilityAbility unlocked at
    Damage5Bonus-2 Opp Damage, Min 1
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    Power7AbilityCourage: Atk +12
    Damage6Bonus-2 Opp Damage, Min 1
Ability

Ability of Emma:

Courage: Atk +12

When Emma is played first in the round, Emma’s Attack is increased by 12 points. When played second in the round, Emma’s Attack does not change.

Bonus

Bonus

-2 Opp Damage, Min 1

If Pussycats loses their fight, the Damage inflicted on Pussycats’s owner will be reduced by 2 points or up to a minimum of 1. If the winning character’s Damage points are lower than or equal to 1, then the Ability has no effect.

38 comments about Emma

Sunday 31/10/2010, 02:45

were the hell is slify?? i want a good review here!!

Friday 12/02/2010, 00:07

Miss Clint City 2010 smiley

Cause intelligent is the most sexy what you can find in a real women smiley

Tuesday 22/02/2011, 01:53

Pros:
- good price for a level 5
- can gain 12 attack
- bonus -2 damage, min 1
- pretty good damage of 6
- power is ok for a level 5
- she usable level 3-5 with her abitlity
- helps when pillz are low
- she's pretty solid though w/o her ability

Cons:
- Better and affordable level 5s
- her ability limits her potential

Overall: She's one of those cards your going to find useful or not. She has a lot of competition for level 5 and gets beat by other Pussycats like Clara and Charlie. I recommend you use her if your style is letting your opponent waste pillz and then you strike using your pillz.

Rating: 7.5/10
*she's all about your style of playing but I do think some people give her enough credit

Thursday 21/11/2013, 16:11

"She is also quite capable of giving a good hiding to anyone who deserves it." Does anyone know what the HELL (a good hiding) issmiley? It sounds very naughty to me and I want some of thatsmileysmileysmileysmiley!!!

Friday 04/03/2011, 20:28

Her first stage artwork is the best, and final form kinda sucks, other than that I'd say a pretty decent 5* for cats, having in mind there aren't really any cheaper alternatives. Later on you may prefer Clara or Louise, but then again price difference is huge and in-game difference - only minor and circumstantial, of course there is Charlie, but she's ELO banned so doesn't count... Overall - Emma is good for both beginners and pros.

8/10

Wednesday 24/10/2012, 16:10

looks like anne hathaway smiley

Monday 01/11/2010, 20:29

Miss Clint City 2011 smiley

Cause intelligent is the most sexy what you can find in a real women smiley!

Thursday 21/02/2008, 00:33

Emma is a decent card that can be played at any level since she gets her ability when she starts. Keep in mind for ELO and type 1 you need some low star cards so she can be played at 3* pretty effectively.

Her ability is courage based so you have to be on the attacking side (your turn to make the first move for the round) so if your opponent has a SOA (stop opponent ability) they will more then likely use that card against her.

Wednesday 09/06/2010, 05:11

Shes not that bad! C'mon people! Give her comments smiley

Wednesday 10/08/2011, 02:45

I find her very useful!!!!

Saturday 17/12/2011, 14:25

Fast review:

Emma:
Pros:
6 damage
Playable at 3*
Common Rarity(meaning CHEAP!)smiley

Cons:
Courageous Ability smiley
5* Competition

7/10 Like why not 6/10? maybe but 7/10 because of it's potential use as 3* that can let your opponent pill much plus -2 dmg as an added bonus..Though being 3* or 4* still has competitions also>.<

Monday 26/11/2012, 10:26

Lvl 3 - SHHHH its a library...

Lvl 4 - So how ya doin' babe? Wanna go to 'your house'?

Lvl 5 - Actually I think i'd rather be reading..

Thursday 03/04/2014, 16:27

very "rajin" lah Emma, we should follow Pi.. smiley

Tuesday 16/12/2008, 17:55

Hmmm Emma. A very flexible card like the other 5star cards of the pussycat.
7/6 and an ability that gives her a huge advance and can neutralize the bonus effect of Uppers and such.
U can replace Clara for her cause their stat arent that far and both hav big supporting abilities.
And a reason for using her is that she can half the life of ur opp. rather than Clara, making her capable to do a 2HKO with Baby Q and yayoi but its totally up to a person fighting style. (trying not to be bias)
Overall she is worthy card to buy and use in ur deck.

Tuesday 15/06/2010, 05:21

Surprised this card doesn't have a decent review...

Emma 3-5* is a very playable Pussycats card. Her use kind of diminishes as she levels, as she deals with the competition from her fellow clan members. She's probably fourth on your list as a 5*, under Charlie, Louise, and Dithea, and probably even lower on your list for 4*'s, behind basically all other 4* PC cards.

Where Emma really shines is at the 3* level. Emma is not a very versatile card; she can either see play round one or round three, but when she is played she can be a huge pain to deal with. Attack manipulation is a rarity among Pussycats, and the only really practical cards with this strength are Emma and Britney. +12 attack is nothing to ignore; a 17 attack forces a pill out of almost any card in the game, assuming you put nothing on her. Emma, like all Pussycats, has an annoying threat range. Pussycats can be the hardest clan in the game to predict since any card that looks offensive can be defensive. Knowing this, your opponent needs to guess whether you're landing 4 damage, (something they need to make up with a 6 damage attacker), or if you're playing a defensive wall, or anything in between.

Emma's obvious enemy, like all other PC 3*s, is SoA, so don't field her during Roots or GHEIST heavy weeks. You can use this knowledge to your advantage against other clans however and bait out SoA cards to protect the other PC abilities like Muse.

Overall Rating:
3* A-
4* B-
5* Unplayable

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