REVIEWED BY CRAMCOMPANY
Today we'll be reviewing Paladin from
Paladin is important mainly because he’s the 30th
character to have dated the Wasp. And the 13th
character in Armor Wars to look like he’s from an
Rookie: 30 points, No Team
Experienced: 48 points, Spider Man Team
Veteran: 52 points, No Team
Which one is better?:
The rookie is decent, will power and stealth is a
nice combo. He’s small and annoying, but definitely
not the best of the three. The stats on the Veteran
is better, high damage and attack, but no team
ability. When you think small characters you want
them to be annoying and hard to take out, or not
even worth the effort. The experienced is basically
a mobile wildcard. Now if you’re building the right
team, I think that the experienced is your money
man. Without the right team the Veteran wins. But
overall, I’d pick the experienced.
THE WINNER: EXPERIANCED
The man is captain move and shoot. Running Shot and
Charge. He’s absurdly pushable with a very weak
Super Strength? I guess that is good.
Toughness makes his dial a bit longer. Willpower
makes him easier to run to a medic or go for that
2. 2 is what stops him from being really playable.
A 3 at the top of the dial would have done so much
better. Armor Piercing or some perplexors are a
must with him.
Another Atari looking Character.
Very pushable and annoying.
too low of an attack
Way too low of a damage
Potentially abusable. You’ll need Batman Team,
Ultimates, Batman Enemy may really come in handy.
In Contact with Oracle or Armor Piercing will help,
but may make him too expensive.
Toughness is great on smaller costed figures. He’ll
have to be hit twice to be killed..usually.
At first I was very excited for Paladin. I love
cheap characters and I love wildcards, but his
wildcard version is just too weak. Even his veteran
is too weak. If he can copy Batman Team, he’ll be a
stealth running shot character and that is very
powerful in this game. Ultimates would let him ping
anybody and move out of hindering terrain without
lowering the running shot potential. He’s a good
addition to your wildcard teams, but there are a lot
of better characters to pick from. Overall my
excitement moved to a lackluster sign of empathy.
HE RECEIVES 2 OUT OF A POSSIBLE 5
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