REVIEWED BY CRAMCOMPANY
Today we'll be reviewing Spymaster from
Spymaster is one of the biggest contradictions
ever. He’s a spy that advertises. He’s the master
of spying and wears a bright blue suit. Where in
god’s green earth does he spy? Perhaps he was a spy
inside the Atari characters lair?
Rookie: 22 points, No Team
Experienced: 27 points, No Team
Veteran: 29 points, No Team
Which one is better?:
They’re all very good. Very very good. The rookie
is the worst, because the natural 2 damage at the
beginning is not at good as the ranged combat expert
at the front of the other two dials. I love the
experienced, because of the 2 clicks of stealth, but
the veteran is the best, because of the longer range
and higher defense.
THE WINNER: VETERAN
Stealth and then leap/climb. Say hello to the
mirror of Batman.
Smoke cloud. I’ve never used it, but it may be
useful someday. His attack is pretty high for the
Here is his big bang for the points. Ranged Combat
will hit for three, then he backs it up with exploit
weakness if you get close. He’ll always be
He looks like a bad arss version of a video game
character from 80’s.
So cheap and can still do damage to even the most
Does not have a bad click
Only has 5 clicks.
Never put a card on him or you’ll ruin his value.
Spymaster is a gem. Truly a complete character and
a brilliant secondary attacker. But for the price
you can use him as a forth or fifth attacker.
Making your opponent make a hard decision is the
name of this game. You’ll have so many options by
using this guy, push the heck out of him to kill as
much as you can. He belongs next to Havok and
Blackfire as the cheapest and most efficient
attackers in the game.
HE RECEIVES 5 OUT OF A POSSIBLE 5
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