Greetings HeroClix Fans!
Welcome to another preview from the upcoming DC HeroClix: Teen Titans set. Today we take a look at Deathstroke’s son, Grant Wilson (aka Ravager)! Ravager is the rare Prime in this set and has just one keyword that says it all: Assassin.
Ravager is going to “Take the Job in Secret” allowing him to use Improved Movement giving him the ability to ignore hindering terrain for movement purposes. Ravager also possesses a trait called “I Can Earn Their Trust”. The trait simply states that Ravager and adjacent friendly characters can’t be placed by the game effects of opposing characters.
Ravager starts out with a speed value of 9 and Charge, which gives him a five-square swing in which he can use Blades/Claws/Fangs and Exploit Weakness to prove to all opponents that he is an efficient swordsman! Ravager’s body armor is shown by way of Toughness and an 18 defense.
On clicks 3 and 4, Ravager picks up some Flurry to go along with his Blades/Claws/Fangs and show that he is merciless with his onslaught of attacks. Ravager’s defense is replaced with a special power called I Am My Father’s Son, which allows him the use of Combat Reflexes and Super Senses.
On Ravager’s last three clicks, Flurry is replaced with Leap/Climb to show us just how well trained he truly is. On his damage clicks he gains Close Combat Expert, which modifies his damage by +2 when he targets a single opposing character with a close combat attack. On Ravager’s last two clicks he regains Toughness on defense.
For a mere 95 points, this guy is a close-combat nightmare. Ravager’s aggressive powerset includes Charge, Blades/Claws/Fangs, Exploit Weakness, Combat Reflexes, and Close Combat Expert. On top of all that, Ravager has a range of 4 squares in case he can’t get adjacent to an opposing character.
Thanks for reading! Be sure to come back next time as we continue looking at figures from the upcoming DC HeroClix: Teen Titans set. Until then, Shape Change for the Win!