Yu-Gi-Oh! HeroClix: Series One
Release Date: Starter Set (December 18, 2013), Gravity Feed (February 5, 2014)
MSRP: Starter ($24.99); Foil Packs ($2.99)
Format: Starters include six figures, Foil Packs are one figure per pack
The Yu-Gi-Oh! HeroClix: Series One 24 Ct. Gravity Feed, releasing February 5th, will feature 55 figures with the following rarity scheme: 16 Common figures, 15 Uncommon figures, 12 Rare figures, 9 Super-Rare figures, and 3 Chase figures (see "'Yu-Gi-Oh! HeroClix' Release Set"). As a special exclusive sneak-peek for ICv2 readers, here is a preview of the "Asura Priest!"
The Asura Priest begins play with its Multiple Arms special power which allows it to make up to four separate close combat attacks in one turn! Of course, when you have so many arms it’s much easier to attack enemies all around you than to concentrate on just one foe, so Multiple Arms has a special condition that no more than two attacks can target the same character.
Early-dial, the Asura Priest also enjoys the benefits of Willpower, which allows it to act two turns in a row with no fear of pushing damage, and Battle Fury. While Battle Fury prevents another friendly character from carrying the Asura Priest into battle, it does allow the Asura Priest to ignore Mind Control and Incapacitate attacks, as well as Shape Change when it makes attacks of its own!
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Posted by ICv2 on December 6, 2013 @ 2:17 pm CT
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