Today we'll be reviewing Basil Karlo aka Clayface
from Collateral Damage
Welcome to LE’s week here at Pojo.
Basically the Blob from those 1950’s moves, but with
legs. He can also change shape and easily get
defeated by a man in a Bat suit.
LE: 87 points, Batman Enemy Team
Oh no way! It’s almost upsetting. He has a move
and attack ability on his second click, but not his
first. So he has to run up and attack, then get hit
and MAYBE after he kills somebody another figure
will be three squares away from him and then he can
charge them. Wow, how deeply unlikely and
pointless. Plasticity is great and would be much
better, ON THE FIRST CLICK! I take it back, it’s
not ALMOST upsetting, it’s just UPSETTING!
Part of a Clayface figure is his pathetic attack, 9
with super strength and then a “Thug attack” of 8
and finishes off in true POG form with a couple of
sevens and sixes.
I7 with invulnerability is nice, his defense is his
greatest asset. Be warned that he is hard to heal.
4 is a nice opening damage, but it drops far too
How can you hate this amazing sculpt?
He’s so horrible it makes me mad.
With Batman enemy, it is easy to counter his poor
attack by playing a good figure next to him with,
either having that team or a wild card.
He’s incredibly hard to play well.
His defense is lower then the other Clayface
He’d need to roll a 7 on his second click, he we was
attacking the Alfred POG!
Maybe we should have called this bad LE week.
He’s pretty much unplayable. I see no advantage in
playing him over say…any other brick character ever
made. He is not as bad as Dan Cassidy, but he’s
close. I’ll give him half a thumb just because he
can hit for 4 damage.
I’m just angry about how bad this version is…I
HE RECEIVES 0.5 OUT OF A POSSIBLE 5
For those of you that want to play a Clayface I
suggest this Version.
Veteran: 89 points, Batman Enemy Team
He has higher defense, opening click of charge,
exploit weakness on his second and third click, plus
a slightly less pathetic attack.
“Good, Bad, I’m the Guy with the Clix”
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