An exceptional fashion show today in exclusivity for Clint TV. Shades of pink are all the rage as proved by Lucy’s uniform, Kersten’s cybernetic Eve outfit and Uma’s red and white dress. On the turntables, you'll have recognized the avant-garde sound of Maazk, whose outfit might well be in fashion one of these days…Get these characters in the shop's packs
Love the bios. Especially kersten and uma... Especially uma's... Perhaps they tie together in bio
I like them all kersten is more about damage than ability, so the low 1/1 makes sense as it compliments her 6 damage nicely. I love uma and definately welcome another berzerk girl to the ranks.
I wonder if Jared will come back as a zombie/robot in a clan.
Lucy: decent card for a clan that is growing more and more useless with each new release. Anyone remembers - when was the last time a Pussycats card was ELO banned by player vote?
Uma: another Berserk 3* with no attack or power manipulation... Trash
Maazk: very strong card for already very powerful clan.
Another weak release....Now i remember why i dont play this game anymore
Are you serious?
UR released another 3 star for berzerks and it isnt a damage reducer!
do they expec us to make decks with 7 3 stars and 1 4 star?
to many 3 stars!
and what the zerks needed was a nice dm something like -3 min 2
@the_cloak The idea for beserks, i think, is for strait up damage, as they are going "berzerk", so a DR kind of defeats the clan's idea
Uma is isable but there are better. Lucy i might use depending on the deck. Kersten... no... just no. Maazk looks good to me but i dont know, havent really played enough junkz.
@The_Cloak Zerk have Lola, and to an extent Rudy, they don't need a DR.
Uma will be a nice option for weeks when Roots/Gheist are popular in elo.
Why would Berzerk need DR? First, they have Lola (Defeat: Life +3). Second, they're BERSERK. You know, violent and unrestrained, bringing death and destruction as swiftly as possible. Alright, Uma is average, but she'll work nice with Lola.
Kersten isn't great, but she could have been worse.
Lucy is clearly a good fit for Pussycats.
Maazk is solid.
All in all, a lovely release for the spring collection.