A mysterious combatant has just appeared on the streets of Clint City. Who could he be? And where did he come from? No one knows but one thing is for sure… He doesn’t belong to any of the existing clans.
Click here to discover the first page of "Lucha Libre" in Clint City.
edited by elocau monday 29/04/2013, 11:08
And as it has been proven 301+ times, Leader is not a clan. I'd want to underscore that, but I can't.
Lets get this nonsensical argument to an end.
I AM THE MASKED WARRIOR.
Masked Warrior must meet the Ultimate Warrior. *SKRONK*
I wish they got the second page to the story.
This could very well be the next "win it before you can buy it" community event. Pilzken's been out for a while. And remember, he wasn't part of any clan either until the card was released and he joined La Junta. Could be the same type of deal. If so, I'm thinking a vigilante superhero would most likely be a Sentinel or Rescue card...
If it's a new leader, why must he say "Just tell him to bet on 'us' every time..."?
I'ts proved that he will be in a new clan!!
Who's to say there can't be multiple new leaders released at once? Or multiple new event cards?
But it's still too much to make a comic only for a few new cards.. Even Ambre don't have her comic..
I love how everyone gets all smart and says "look guys, he said "US"!" and then draw irrational conclusions based on limited data. Very genius-like.
As much as I want this to be a new clan, or a new leader, I'm just not getting my hopes up.
Firstly, who made you (or anyone else in here) the expert on what's too much promotion? I mean, Scott Ld got his own paperback comic promotion. Or the card was promo for the comic, but you get the point. Secondly, Ambre isn't anything special in the sense of deserving her own comic.