Ghosts, monsters, aliens… This town seems to have turned into some kind of refuge…
"This is the same intro as the last release!"
Oh, who cares, no one’s gonna read it anyway! They’ll just click on the links as usual!
Clint City welcomes:
McBrown, the GhosTown inventor!
Fraggle, the Freaks toad-man!
Neeck, the Hives’ investigator!
El Exotico, the Huracan’s LGBT King!
5 new missions have been added. Find the list of Flash missions by clicking on the Missions tab.
Following this NB release, here are the changes that have been automatically made to EFC:
McBrown, Neeck, Fraggle can now be played in all zones.
Tuco, Mou, Caesar can no longer be played in Z Palace, but they can still be played up to zone Polit arena.
Piotr can no longer be played in Polit arena, but they can still be played up to zone EFC Tower.
Cassandra, El Exotico can no longer be played in EFC Tower, but they can still be played up to zone Danger Zone.
Kharl can no longer be played in Danger Zone, but they can still be played up to zone Chocomuscle ring.
From now on, Zoltan can only be played in Dark corners.
Just like you asked, here’s a GIANT battle points BOOST: by playing El Exotico in FreeFight, EFC and Survivor mode, you’ll receive x20 battle points!
edited by ChaosDragon88 friday 01/02, 11:15
An interesting release today
McBrown doesn't look like much at first with an average 7/2 stats. His day bonus can boost that up slightly, making him better, but his day ability wants you to lose. A slight clash there, but he is a 2 star, so having to lose with him to get pillz shouldn't hurt too much. During the night with his more defensive bonus, his ability changes to just plain recover 1/2 your pillz. Again, he is a fork card, reduce the damage slightly or do a little damage and get back half of your pillz. I'm sure if the ability's day and night switched, it might make him too good for a common, but for now, he is just ok at best. There are much better choices for his spot in his clan.
Neeck has terrible power for a 4 star, but his ability uses that to its fullest. Giving that power to your opponent will usually hurt them greatly. Add in his bonus, and he is a bane to 5 stars and still great against 2 stars. Unlike most other Power Exchange, he comes with a condition, this one being Revenge. Not too bad of a condition, though it will of course ruin him if you didn't plan correctly. And of course, SOA kicks him to the curb. He is a cheap alternative to Fisty Cent, but good in his own right.
To Be Continued...
Fraggle is your standard 8/2 2 star, an easy fit into decks. He also has the always needed SOA, though he also as before comes with the Revenge condition. Freaks need a quick win early to get their poison flowing, meaning you will be saving Fraggle to the later rounds. He will need to make sure your opponent doesn't get an ability to turn the tables in the end. There is slight competition for his spot, but he should be able to make it in a few decks.
El Exotico looks to be the big card for the Huracan. A massive 8/7 5 star can be hard to face in straight pillz, but if you haven't hit your opponent yet, he gets a big boost to attack as well. He can also serve as a way to fix your bonus or add on to it more. With a possibility of getting 4 life win or lose, though you must be facing a mono deck, he can make sure the next card from his clan has a possible advantage when going out. Even without his ability, he is still a beast not to be taken lightly. Though already banned in EFC, he will make his home in Survivor or Free Fight.
To see their abilities and final art, check out Testosterone-Pumped New Bloods