The girls of Clint City are exceptional but some of them are a lot sweeter than others. Take Fanny, the Ulu Watu ice-creamer seller: she’s always there to bring you pleasure and ensure you have what you need to stay cool in the midday sun. Ellie is more of a day-dreaming nature lover and wouldn't hurt a fly. But beware of La Junta nurse, Milena. She's the type of girl who can emerge as sole survivor of a zombie infestation with just the help of some everyday knives. As for Tsuka, you’d be better off steering clear of her village unless you absolutely have to, or you might end up as an icicle…
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I'm gonna backtrack a bit to the Elektrozoa part.
A) It's not a zombie outbreak but rather something like a nuclear reactor blowing up and causing mutations in people, some of them just possessing zombiesque traits like desire to bite people or weird skin tones.
B) It's the work of another character who can make zombies who escaped my memory the first time; Dwain Cr. And the said zombies are in reality cards that have gone Cr in the past or their relatives as they live in the peaceful retrement home of Elektrozoa.
@Princekhilil, I haven't thought of any bonus for the clan (although a Poor clan really excites me). I want something fresh and creative so I am not going to repeat any ability and bonus we have so far. I have two brand new ability/bonus in my mind. One is "+Attack = 2*pill used, max 16". It means that when you apply 2 pills in a round, you will have +4 attack; on the other hand, you will have +16 attack if you apply 8 pills but it is the cap of the bonus. The mathematics can be tweaked a bit but I think this is a new idea of how attack is determined by the number of pills used.
The second bonus I can think of is "Next", for example, "Next: Power +3", or "Next: Opp. power -3, min 4" etc. It means that when you win one round, the next round you can enjoy the bonus it brought to you. This makes some new combo to the game and it can be very powerful together with the confidence, but can be interesting. What it needs is how to strike a good balance. Just some casual thoughts.
Confidence: "I won the last time, now I can hit you in the head with a sledgehammer."
Next: "I won now, next turn I can hit you in the head with a sledgehammer."
That is not exactly the same. First case I can hit you now, second case I have to wait until next round before I can hit you.