Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Cave supercanem


Krypto
100 points
Superman Ability
Range 6


Speed 10 8 8 8 7 6 6
Attack 9 9 8 7 10 9 8
Defense 17 16 16 15 17 16 15
Damage 3 3 2 2 2 1 3

It's all about that fifth click, gang.

Fear the dog.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

A higher number is better in Heroclics right?

Scipio said...

Basically. The higher the point value the more power the figure, in principle.

More subjective but of greater interest to players is the figure's "playability": how good it is for the points it cost.

You could have a very "playable" figure of around 100 points, or a really crappy one (the original Lex Luthor Unique, for example).

While many/most of the Superman Ally heroclix are more points than the K-Dog, players are excited because he seems very playable.

Bill said...

Playable or not, I must have him!

Mag said...

Have I died and gone to Heaven? A Krypto-Clix? Can the Legion of Superpets be far behind?

Indeed, life is good.

Martin said...

I was all excited when I read this, but then I saw he's just available as a Buy By The Brick extra enticement.
That's dirty pool, Wizkids.

Also - why aren't there Krypto, Ace, and Streaky plushies based off the TV series?

naladahc said...

He just looks so cool. Why can't the animated Krypto look this good.

totaltoyz said...

I was all excited when I read this, but then I saw he's just available as a Buy By The Brick extra enticement.

I'm sure he'll eventually show up on eBay. The grey Iron Man, too.

Bill said...

By brick do they mean an entire case? Because that'd just be lame.

Martin said...

I think the ClikBrick is something in the region of a display, or half a display. Either way, it's keeping the little guy down, and that sort of thing is plain not cool.

Plus, it really cheeses Green Arrow off.

Scipio said...

" Either way, it's keeping the little guy down, and that sort of thing is plain not cool."

A "brick" is a group of 12 boosters.

Only bricks bought at brick and mortar stores (like a comic or game shop) count. In the past it has been easier to buy clix on-line than at a store. As a result, stores don't push the game and overall sales fall.

The brick program (along with others) is designed to refocus purchases through comic and game stores, whose apostatic evangelism is necessary for the game to thrive.

It is exactly the opposite of keeping the little guy down.

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