You’re gonna love these 4 new challengers!
- Fisthon , the next generation Vortex!
- Endeavour, the dark phoenix from the Skeelz Academy
- Calumma, the little Komboka reptile hunter!
- Micciui, Dudley’s sweetheart is finally available to everyone! Make the most of it!
As from this New Bloods release, the characters that can be found in the New Bloods pack can no more be won in the Borgia’s Palace wheel.
We want to keep this advantage for pack buyers (you can obtain free credits in many ways like missions, game mode rewards, using the "free credits" option in the Shop, etc.) by keeping them the exclusivity to :
- be the firsts to obtain those new characters
- setup their prices on the Market
Businessmen, it is your time to make the most of those cards exclusivity and to strike it rich !
edited by RattusThaLow friday 21/02/2020, 10:55
A good release today
Calumma is a basic quick power card. He has near perfect power, though his damage is at the lowest. He is a 2 star though, so his minuscule damage is understandable. He can be a good defense against Damage Exchange with it at least. Plus with his bonus, he can at least make a slight life gap. He also can stay ahead of attack manip with his ability. Other power manips will be his true fight in battles. The Komboka have some good 2 stars already, so he may not see much play outside of a budget option.
Micciui can quickly grow into a monster against high star cards. At maximum against 5 stars, she is a 10/6 beatstick that could steamroll the opposition. Even against 3 stars, she is a respectable 8/6, though if they have manip on their side, you may start to struggle. She does have the backup plan of the Pussycats bonus, but hopefully you are winning with her and not relying on his defense. SOA mostly ruins her and will make her basically a shield. Quite a few of the Pussycats 4 stars are ability reliant, so she fits right in if its pure power you want.
To Be Continued...
Fisthon takes his father's Equalizer and adds it with the Vortex bonus as a 7/4. His Equalizer is power based though, so he can really drag 5 stars below himself. A 9 power becoming only 4 can really hurt. His stats are decent for a 3 star, but being able to really take down your opponent's nuke really makes him shine. Low star cards may find themselves only slightly below him or even equal, so he may struggle there. After all of that, it's obvious he is very reliant on his ability, and Protection: Power scares him as well. Even if he loses, he does give you a refund on some of your pillz. There is some competition for his spot, but he may carve a seat for himself in time.
Endeavour can be a the perfect fighter against your opponent's nuke. He gets more powerful the more damage your opponent's card has originally with that +3 per. Saying 6 is the average if you focus on him facing your opponent's 5 star, he gets +18 attack, which will easily help make up for his 7 power. 7 power isn't naturally a bad number here, but with more 8 and 9 power big cards coming, he may need that boost more than you think, and that boost is mostly protected by his bonus. He has good damage at 7 as well making him hit hard if he gets through. A good choice for the 5 star spot, though Skeelz already have good 5 stars, so he may have some competition outside of T2.
To see their abilities and final arts, check out Business TIME!
"Businessmen, it is your time to make the most of those cards exclusivity and to strike it rich"?
U-R pretty much awarded businessmen with a loss (heavy loss) for the time and clintz investment in the market... I mean by introducing the wheel. And how this is written? Is just joking around for sure
You really should have a native speaker proofread the translations of each post before they are published. The wording of this post is horrendous and incredibly unprofessional. It would take someone fluent in English thirty seconds to perfect it.