In the midst of all the commotion in Clint City, four mysterious characters have emerged from the crumbling ruins caused by the recent public works.
Armed with technology never-before-seen in Clint City, they will undoubtedly bring tumbling down upon the town a whole new kind of theory-resistant chaos.
Make way for the Riots’ Kenjy, Molder, Pr Hartnell and Octana, the advance party of the city of the depths, Riotspolis!
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Riots has come in Clint city so what you gonna do about it ?
Stand still. We have not seen enough of them to judge about it .
Attack while they are only 4 of them .
Retreat they are gaining pillz back while we are attacking them and more of them are coming .
Such a different bonus, not sure how to take it
It's rather underwhelming on first glance but 1 pill can change a game
Their defeat based cards (Dr, Defeat itself) will be very annoying, not only blocking dmg etc but also gaining a pill acting like C wing
On attack they get an additional pill so like Brianna or Hriger they can overpill slightly without worrying too much.
This will nicely counter out the annoying 0ld alot of people put forward (Staring down at you rescue) as these guys can simply pill 2-3 without worrying about the overpill
Also so far they have very nice solid stats so arent overly weak to SOB either
IM liking them!!!!!
There's a tiny problem with this bonus (still need to try them out though) and that is that the bonus does a symetrical thing on both victory and defeat. Which means the opponent is not going to wonder about it, but just concentrate on ability/stats, because whatever he does you're getting a pill back. Still, it's a better bonus than the Berserk one because it doesn't affect stats at all which will make their card less shaky on average, and if you go mono, it's like you've got Morphun on your side.
When they get a big bunch of cards they might even very, very good in Survivor. Provided they have enough cards that can punch through DR, that is.