But today's offering will work on many villainous teams; why, it's practically the "soy" of evil mastermind teams! I refer, of course, to:
THE THOUGHT ROBOTS
The blank eyes. The slack jaws. The hawk noses. The severe cheekbones. The dull browness of their matching suits.
Thought Robots. Brrr!
Really nice hair, though.
The Special Thought Robots Rules
- Thought Robots' moves do not count toward your alloted actions per turn.
- Thought Robots must start adjacent to a villain on your team, who is designated as their "Master" figure.
- Thought Robots have Willpower as long as their "Master" remains in play.
Note that I made five of them; you really just don't have one or two Thought Robots. You need a minimum of three ... otherwise, it's hard to get them insurance coverage.
The "Willpower" comes from their "Master", of course. When he or she is out of play, the Thought Robots can still attack, but they tend to slack off. Good Thought Robots are hard to find.
To enjoy Thought Robots to the fullest, play the whining drone of Complaint Rock in the background.