Today we'll be reviewing Red Tornado from
When asked to describe X-men 3 (Spoiler alert!) I
like to compare it to the 90’s X-men animated show.
Remember in the first two episodes they made up a
character named Morph and then they killed him?
X-men three is kinda like that except you replace
the words “killed” with “brutally killed and
decimated” and replace the word “Morph” with “nearly
every major X-man.”
OH and here is a Red Tornado Review
Rookie: 42 points, No Team
Experienced: 53 points, JLA Team
Veteran: 67 points, No Team
Who is the Best:
The rookie is the cheapest TK character in the new
format, but he only has one click of TK and you
ALWAYS push your TKer. The experienced is too close
in points to the Veteran not to go with the Vet.
Forceblast is still pointless. But 11 movement and
flying makes him a great taxi.
9 attack is still way to low and this characters
biggest flaw. TK is the reason to play him of
course. Quake is definitely useful…once in a
18 and Willpower is like a mini KC Green Lantern!
Willpower is great with TK and amazing with a high
defense. From a ranged attack his defense stays
really high even after a couple clicks.
3 is okay. Not great, but about what you should
expect for his abilities and point cost.
I love shiny and I love clear. I even love red
One of the best TKers
No move and shoot like Songbird
A lot of Purple on his dial.
I wanted to review Red Tornado, because I think he’s
slowly becoming very playable. Using him on a
several figure team will work best and do not
hesitate to use him as a Taxi. 18 defense is really
hard to hit, he’d have to roll a 9 just to hit
himself! The Willpower is probably his biggest
selling point. I expect him to see a lot of
competitive play, but not because he’s great, just
because there are very few other options with his
Overall see X-men 3 you will not be disappointed.
Well…you may be greatly disappointed, but it’s still
HE RECEIVES 4 OUT OF A POSSIBLE 5
Good, Bad, I’m the Guy with the Clix
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