It smells like back-to-school season, the resumption of usual activities, including chaos in the city...
The notorious “fiery yeti”, who bears a strong resemblance to his cousin Thorpah, descends the Glatz to join the volcanic Komboka...
Blaame alone sums up the alliance between the Hive technological feats and high-level sports competition.
Then meet Pleakxxt, the endearing “keeper” of one the Sakrohm temples... and, finally, working as a team, THE stars of the Ulu beaches - the superpowerful Jam & Earlxxt!
Happy gaming, everyone!
A triple drop rate is applied on every Komboka to help you catch up before school resumes!
Available all weekend! Up to you now!
edited by Isolator GUB saturday 31/08/2019, 11:32
Blaame is almost like Faiza.
Stat-wise 6 / 7 & 7 / 5.
Attack Difference : +/- 1 Attack.
Only difference is their Clan, yes I know.
But in my opinion, There are better 4* relacements for Blaame, such as Strigoi / Lumia / #Core / Pillzinator 4* / Fisty Cent ... etc.
There are already too many good 4* version for the Hive.
A big release today
Alakahbuto can be a big game changer when used just right. A possible gap of 11 or 13 with Fury can turn the tables and change a possible loss to a win. This is all pushed forward by his raw power which is all he has to win, so power and attack manips will fight back. His damage is slightly below average for a 5 star, but his potential easily makes up for that. His biggest drawback comes from the Confidence on his ability. He can set up a big one-two punch, but he becomes easily predictable and your opponent could easily stop him with an SOA which hurts him. He will he a cheap 5 star to use until you can get some of the other big Komboka.
Blaame has below average power for a 4 star, but her damage balances that out. Also her bonus can easily drag your opponent down FTW. Other attack manips will fail when facing her with her ability. She is very dependent on her bonus to win, so hopefully she can keep it and use against 5 stars for maximum effectiveness. A good card, but again, there are better competition for her spot.
To Be Continued...
Pleakxxt is a simple 2 star SOB. If your opponent's bonus is causing some major problems for your resources, simply throwing him out can hold it back for a turn. His SOB is behind a Courage condition though, making his ability only happen half of the time. Not much else to say for him. He is a direct replacement for WoodXsxt and may see play as low star card for the clan.
The star of today's release is Jam&Earlxxt. The big card for the clan surfs in with the monster stats of 8/8. His bonus pushes his power even further, making him a very big nuke to drop on your opponent. He also laughs at any card trying to lessen his impact as his Protection keep those big stats safe. He is not a complicated card as he is just a huge strong card. A great addition and will easily see play.
To see their abilities and final arts, check out New Blood You Don't Want to Miss
Alakahbuto - Nice power, OK damage but an overly conditional ability that can be easily countered. Might see play in EFC though I would prefer using Betul etc. 6.5/10
Blaame - Bad power, very good damage, meh ability. In comparison to the other 4* HIVE cards, this is a clearly weaker card. C0re is far more versatile, Lumia has SoA and even Strigoi and #Araknaat can be used to create big life gaps. 6/10
Pleakxxt - This is a great EFC card. Although this ability is conditional, I don't see this as a major setback as with similar cards like Mim I often used CoB first with courage. Although there are some dud clans to play against when using courage (e.g. Frozn without revenge, GHEIST, Raptors sometimes) this card is still very effective due to its stats. I think this is a staple tbh even if it doesn't look WOW at first. 8.5/10
Jam&Earlxxt - One of the best cards in the game. Although it may look less powerful than a card like #Behemoth or No Love at first glance. The ability to protect a 10/8 makes it an instant staple in Survivor and other modes (good luck Rockwall). Perhaps the best Big? 10/10