Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating
Once again I must break from my normal patterns of
review. I've lost
Microsoft Word for a bit. How did I lose it? Not
sure, it decided it was
useful to me so it decided to delete itselt rather
then let me type out my
opions on it.
Maybe it thinks it's a good idea to play characters
with no range. Maybe
Microsoft Word just likes force blast.
Today we are reviewing Batman's heterosexual
lifemate; Robin. 22 points and
a 4 range with one target.
Which is best: The only one I know of is the
experianced. :) So far.
Movement: 7 with leap/climb through most of his dial
Attack: 8 with smoke cloud through most of his dial.
Defense: 16 with energy sheild deflection
OVERVIEW: I like Robin. I like him alot. He has the
Batman team ability,
AKA stealth. If Alfred POG goes away, this Robin
will be the Batman team
member to get. 22 points for a character that gives
all your wild cards
stealth and from a ranged attack is an 18 in
defense, is just plain amazing.
People will probably not try to attack him, because
of the high defense
and even if they do, they probably miss him or not
burn through his entire 5
click dial. He can even fight, 8 is a bad attack,
but not unreasonable for
22 points and his four range could allow him to sit
in a bush and kill a
ALL THE WAY AROUND ROBIN GETS A 4 OUT OF A POSSIBEL
THANKS AND KEEP ON CLICKING
This Robin is a Starter Exclusive on
the new set, Icons, This is the
Experienced version. I’ll do this review comparing
him with the Vet. version
of Hypertime Robin, as they are similar; so:
5 clicks of life, Batman TA, 4 range, 1 target,
costs 22 points.
Speed: 7, 7, 6, 6, 5. Leap/Climb for the first 4
Attack: 8, 8, 7, 7, 6. Smoke Cloud for the for the
first 3 clicks.
Defense: 16, 15, 14, 14, 13. Energy
Shield/Deflection for the first 2
Attack: 2, 2, 1, 1, 1.
Analysis: Well, I’m gonna compare their first
clicks, ‘cuz when either of
them get hit, they are pretty much moving terrain
:P. Well, this Robin has a
better defense while on clear terrain, but the other
can cover that by
sporting a greater range and a better movement value
(that way he doesn’t
need to stay out of hindering terrain). The old
Robin also has a better
attack value (a 9 is waaay better than an 8,
specially with the high
defences….), now that’s important because with the
Alfred pog, if your using
Robin it’s not just the Batman TA you are looking
for(otherwise, you’d be
going with Alfred), but also some extra offensive
power, and there the
Hypertime Rob wins.
Conclusion: Knock yourself out if you like this
guy’s sculpt better than the
other, or if you don’t have him… but I’d advise you
not to use this guy. Not
bad, just that there’s a better.
100 – 2/5 He won’t get hit, but he’ll probably have
a hard time hitting.
200 – 2/5 He takes less space, but he’ll hardly ever
hit, and here it’s most
likely to take a punch.
300 – 1.5/5 See above, but a little worse… :P
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