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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Iron Fist, Luke Cage & Jewel

Greetings HeroClix fans, and welcome to an exciting three-part preview for the upcoming Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP Booster Brick 2! Today, we’re looking at three figures, united by friendship and familial bonds – Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and Jewel!

Iron Fist comes in at 100 points with 7 clicks of life. He brings a smattering of powers to the fray, including Flurry, Precision Strike, Super Senses, Regeneration, and Exploit Weakness, amongst others. He also comes with a trait called Reading My Opponent Like a Book, which increases Iron Fist’s defensive value by +1 when he’s targeted with a close combat attack. Along with that trait, he has a special movement power on his opening two and closing two clicks called Luke Goes Through…I Go Over! which allows him the usage of Leap/Climb. In addition to that, when Iron Fist resolves a move action and has moved 4 squares or less, he can then make a close combat attack as a free action!

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Next up we have Power Man himself, Luke Cage! This indomitable Hero for Hire can be played at 125 points, and has 7 clicks of life, with damage reducers all the way down his dial. Luke can also use powers like Sidestep, Flurry, Super Strength, Quake, and Leadership, along with several other powers. He also has a special move power, the opposite of Iron Fist called Danny Goes Over…I Go Through! This power grand Luke Cage the ability to use Improved Movement – Ignores Hindering Terrain, Ignores and Destroys Blocking Terrain. In addition to that, whenever Luke resolves a move action and has moved 4 squares or fewer, he can also make a close combat attack as a free action. Along with that, Luke Cage also has a trait called Mighty Avengers, which increases his defensive value by +1 for each other friendly character within 4 squares that can use the trait of the same name.

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Finally, we come to Luke’s wife, Jewel! Jewel is playable at either 60 points with 5 clicks of life, or 25 points with 2 clicks of life. Jewel is a flyer, and with her 60-point dial representing her time as a costumed adventurer, has some solid powers. She opens with Charge, Invulnerability and a special power called Might and Determination. This power grants Jewel the ability to use Super Strength, as well as stating that whenever she uses an object during a close combat attack and hits, you may choose to place the targeted character in a square adjacent to Jewel after actions resolve. On her final two clicks, she’s in her Jessica Jones identity as an investigator. Here, she has Earthbound/Neutralized and Willpower as standard powers, with a special power called Not a Hero, Just a Detective Now, granting Jewel the use of both Outwit and Stealth. She packs a major punch at such a small cost for both of her dials!

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Luke Cage and Iron Fist can form the backbone of Heroes for Hire themed team or you can add in Jewel to create an Avengers themed team. Of course, these are just a few options for adding these three great figures to your next HeroClix game.

That’s it for today, ‘Clix fans! See you next time with more exciting looks into the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP event!

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- White Tiger

Greetings HeroClix fans,

Welcome back to another exciting preview from the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP event! Today, we’re going to be looking at one of the members of the Avengers Academy, White Tiger!

 Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- White Tiger

White Tiger is a 60-point, 6-click close-combat machine, enhanced by the mystical jade tiger amulet she wears. She can be played on Animal, Avengers, Martial Artist, or Mystical themed teams, and her low cost makes her a powerful return for a relatively low investment!

To start things off, White Tiger possesses a trait that makes her even more difficult to hit than she would normally be. Called Enhanced Reflexes, this trait grants her the ability to use Probability Control when she’s the target of an attack. This leads to interesting placement strategies – given her close combat proclivities, it might be smarter to rely on her natural defensive abilities when engaged with an adjacent attacker, and save the probability control for particularly nasty ranged combat attackers.

A myriad of powers she has make her a deadly attacker for your team as well. Included on her dial are Charge, Sidestep, Precision Strike, Super Senses, and Close Combat Expert, amongst others. She’s a force to be reckoned with, and with her base damage or powers granting her the ability to hit for at least 3 points of damage on every click, she’s a natural to get in close on your opponents heavy hitters. Not bad for a 60 point piece!

That’s it for today, HeroClix fans! We hope you’ve enjoyed this quick look in at White Tiger, and that you’re enjoying the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP event! Check back soon for more exciting previews, but until then, may all your Blades rolls be sixes!

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Blue Marvel

Greetings, HeroClix fans!

Thank you for checking in with us again today as we take another look at one of the upcoming Super Rare pieces from the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP Event! Today, we’re exploring one of the most powerful beings in the Marvel Universe, the Cold War hero – Blue Marvel!

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Blue Marvel

A Marine Corps veteran, as well as a renowned Scientist, Adam Brashear began his heroing career after the Korean War, extending into the Cold War and the Viet Nam era. Blue Marvel gained his tremendous powers when he was doused with radiation from both the Negative Zone and the positive matter universe. Now, powered by anti-matter, Blue Marvel uses his incredible abilities to aid humanity, and has (from time to time) fought alongside the Avengers since the 1970’s!

At 9 clicks of life, and with the Power Cosmic team ability, Blue Marvel comes in at a cost of 230 points, meaning he’ll be the vast majority of a 300-point team. However, he comes loaded with an array of powers and combat values that make him well worth the cost. To start with, Blue Marvel begins with Improved Targeting – Ignores Hindering Terrain, representing his enhanced senses. He also has a trait that ties in with several other pieces in the set called Mighty Avengers. This trait states that you may increase Blue Marvel’s defensive value by 1 for each other friendly character within 4 squares that can use this trait – meaning, if you pair him on a 300 point team with only 1 other person with this trait, at the minimum, he’ll have a 17 defense to hit.

Blue Marvel also possesses other signature powers, including Hypersonic Speed, Charge, Super Strength, Invulnerability, and Outwit, amongst others. And while he has only one special power, it’s a game changer – on 3 clicks throughout his dial, the special power Molecular Manipulation can be used. This power states that Blue Marvel can use Regeneration and Toughness. In addition to that – adjacent friendly characters can also use Regeneration. Truly, Blue Marvel is a great tentpole to build around – as he can keep your team in the fight if you position wisely.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this look into one of Marvel’s most powerful heroes! We can’t wait to show you more from the set, and look forward to seeing you back here soon for more exciting previews. Until then, best of luck in your Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP events!

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Giant-Man & Yellowjacket

Greetings HeroClix Fans!

We’re back with another exciting look at two more characters from our  Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline Organized Play series! Today we are pleased to bring you two more of Hank Pym’s many identities that can be found in the second wave of Age of Ultron tournament boosters, Giant-Man and Yellowjacket!

First up is Giant-Man, who can be played at 158, 100 and 50 points. Giant-Man’s 100- and 50-point starting lines are on clicks 4 and 7 respectively. Like Hank Pym, Ant-Man and Goliath, Giant-Man has the Morph: Many Identities trait. Also, like Goliath, Giant-Man’s version of Morph: Many Identities has an additional sentence which requires you to use his blue click numbers for the trait.

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Giant-Man

Giant-Man has a second trait called Stand Tall Next to Hulk and Thor which lets him make an extra close combat attack as a free action as long as another friendly character with the Avengers keyword and a damage value of 4 hits an opposing character. Giant-Man has a very consistent set of attack and damage values, starting with an attack value of 10 and a damage value of 4 on his top click. Stand Tall Next to Hulk and Thor lets Giant-Man play the role of clean-up batter in your lineup by having your heavy hitter get in the first attack on an opposing character. (Remember that Stand Tall Next to Hulk and Thor says your teammate only has to hit the opposing character for the trait to come into play.) Giant-Man can then come in and make a normal attack on the same opposing character, then follow up with a free action close combat attack.

Giant-Man can help swing for the fences by using Outwit on his first two clicks to counter a defensive power prior. Those first two clicks also feature Quake, in case Giant-Man finds himself facing opposing characters. Giant-Man can take a hit as well as he gives one, thanks to two clicks of Impervious that are followed by a click of Invulnerability.

Mid-dial, Giant-Man continues showing he’s a team player by tying up opponents with Plasticity, grabbing objects to use in attacks with Super Strength, and boosting the damage values of adjacent friendly character making close combat attacks with Empower. Giant-Man also switches defensively to Toughness for the remainder of his dial.

As we reach the final third of Giant-Man’s dial, we see a special power in his attack slot called Growing Personal Problems. This lets him use Quake with a locked damage value of 3. Additionally, when he does and actions resolve, all objects, walls and blocking terrain within 2 squares are destroyed. To help Giant-Man close the distance from an opposing character, he has Sidestep.

Now up to bat is Yellowjacket, who has point values of 100 and 50 and a range of five squares with two targets. Like Giant-Man, Yellowjacket has the Avengers and Scientist keywords to assist you when including him on a themed team. Yellowjacket also has the Defenders keyword.

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Yellowjacket

Yellowjacket has the Morph: Many Identities trait that lets him be replaced with other characters that have the trait. However, Yellowjacket has a second trait called Unstable Personality Changes that also allows him to be replaced with a character that has the Morph: Hank Pym trait. Now replacing Hank Pym will be even more chaotic for HeroClix players! Choose wisely!

Whereas Giant-Man’s dial is primarily suited for close combat, Yellowjacket’s power set is somewhat more balanced to include range. Charge appears on Yellowjacket’s top two clicks, followed by Sidestep. On Yellowjacket’s first four clicks he alternates between Precision Strike and Incapacitate in his attack slot. Defensively, Yellowjacket can use Toughness on his first two clicks to absorb some damage. Combat Reflexes appears on the rest of Yellowjacket’s dial, which makes him tougher to hit in close combat. Yellowjacket ends his dial with the combination of Stealth and Smoke Cloud on his last two clicks.

On Yellowjacket’s damage track he starts and ends his dial with Exploit Weakness. Between those clicks, Yellowjacket has a special power called I’m a New Hero that “Killed” Hank Pym, which lets him use Perplex and Shape Change. Additionally, Yellowjacket modifies his attack and damage values by +2 when attacking a character with a Morph trait.

Giant-Man and Yellowjacket should add some welcome variety to the HeroClix battlefield. Giant-Man is a nice option for players who like to fight up close while Yellowjacket can be used at ranged as well as in close combat.

That’s all for this sneak peek at the upcoming Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron set! Stay tuned as we reveal more exciting characters in the days and weeks to come!

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Ultron (Future & Drone)

Greetings Future Slaves of Robotkind,

To finish off the week, you have the privilege of seeing our final Ultron preview and the future in the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP set. The future of ultimate intelligence, the Ultron of the future, behold, Ultron (Future)!

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron - Ultron (Future)

Ultron (Future) has 2 different point costs, 200 and 270 points. His 270-point cost, Ultron has 8 clicks of life, Indomitable, Improved Movement: ignores characters, and an 8 range with a single target. His 200-point dial starts on click 4 with 5 clicks of life.

Ultron’s trait, Vibranium-Adamantium Alloy Ultron can use Energy Shield/Deflection and Impervious. When he uses Impervious and the result is 5 -6, deal the attacker 1 unavoidable damage. With Super Senses on every click but his last, Ultron will be near impossible to hit, and the painful sting of failure at times may be your opponent’s only reward!

Ultron’s top 4 clicks have the same combat values, a 7 movement, an 11 attack, 17 defense, and 4 damage. His entire dial his damage never falls below 4, so 2 attacks can K.O. most of his enemies! With Sidestep, Pulse Wave, and Perplex on his top click, your enemies will be welcoming their new robot overlord!

On click 2 Ultron introduces his damage special power, Obliteration Beam. You give Ultron a power action and choose a direction. When you do, Ultron can use Improved Targeting: ignores characters, even adjacent ones, and makes a ranged combat attack with an area of effect including any character within range and line of fire along that direct line dealing 3 penetrating damage to each hit character. Let the obliteration of organic life begin!

Farther down the dial, Ultron gets Poison for a more personal humanity cleansing experience as well as the special movement power, A Favor? That Is Interesting. It says to give Ultron a free action and choose an opposing character. That character’s player chooses one: deal the chosen character 2 unavoidable damage and deal Ultron 1 unavoidable damage; or heal Ultron of 1 damage. On his last click Ultron has Regeneration to recharge his power cells and continue his mission directive to destroy all human life.

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron - Ultron (Future Drone)

The Ultron (Future Drone) has 2 traits. The first is Autonomous or Drone Mode, which is similar as previous Drone models, Ultron costs 120 points, or costs 30 points and begins on the click #1 after the orange KO. Until KO’d, Ultron is considered 120 points.

The second is also the same as other Ultron Drone models, Basic Programming. When Ultron has no action tokens, its actions don’t count against your action total. When Ultron begins or ends a non-free action adjacent to a friendly character whose name includes Ultron, it can use Willpower that action.

Top click Ultron begins with Sidestep and Invulnerability. He has a 6 range with single target and Improved Movement: ignores characters. Second click he gains Close Combat Expert and the special attack power Spikes and Crackling Energy Ultron can use Poison and deals penetrating damage while using it. If Ultron possesses this power after taking damage from an attack, deal the attacker 1 unavoidable damage. Perhaps the gift of non existence will bring enlightenment to the human race?

At his 120-point cost, center dial Ultron gains Flurry, Perplex, and the defense special power Regenerative Programming and it allows Ultron to use Invulnerability and Regeneration. The end is nigh, and his name is Ultron.

You have been spared another day for this preview and perhaps you will be allowed to continue to exist to see more of the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP set!

 

 

 

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Ultron Week

Greetings HeroClix Fans!

It is still Ultron Week human and you are gifted with a preview from the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline OP Booster Brick 2! Today’s preview will be the utter destruction of the human race replaced by the mentally superior robot race with Ultron-6 at its core!

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron SLOP- Ultron-6

Ultron-6 is 160 points and has 6 clicks of life. He has a single target 7 range and possesses Indomitable. He has 1 trait, Vision’s Father and it states to give Ultron-6 a power action. If you do, you may give one action as a free action to a friendly character named Vision and, after actions resolve, heal that character 1 damage. This power does not say anything about adjacency, range, nor line of fire, so use Ultron-6’s son to weaken your foe and then take out the remnants with Ultron-6!

Ultron-6’s dial is meant to crush all who oppose him. He starts with Pulse Wave with an 11 attack and 4 damage with 2 special powers. His movement special power, Jet-Propelled Juggernaut allows Ultron-6 to use Running Shot, the Flight ability, and Improved Movement: ignores characters and— as he comes barreling through squares with other characters in them— he can bump them into adjacent squares! You can setup your opponent’s figures for your next attack using this power, or perhaps prevent them from retaliating on your next turn!

Ultron-6’s defense special power, First Adamantium, let’s Ultron-6 use Impervious. Once per turn he can reroll his roll for Impervious. This power can’t be countered. His 2nd click he retains these powers and also gains Outwit.

On click 4 Ultron-6 has Running Shot, Impervious, and the special attack power, Become Sheer Ionic Force granting him the ability to use Pulse Wave. When he does and hits, after actions resolve, you may place him adjacent to a hit character and modify his defense value by +2 until his next turn. Lastly, clicks 5 and 6 have Invulnerability.

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Ultron-6 (Drone) has 2 traits. The first trait is Autonomous or Drone Mode and it says Ultron-6 costs 120 points, or costs 30 points and begins on the click #1 after the orange KO. Until KO’d, Ultron-6 is considered 120 points. He also has a 2nd trait called Basic Programming and it states when Ultron-6 has no action tokens, its actions don’t count against your action total. When Ultron-6 begins or ends a non-free action adjacent to a friendly character whose name includes Ultron, it can use Willpower that action.

Just like previous Ultron (Drones), Ultron-6 (Drone’s) top click starts with Sidestep and Invulnerability, and just like other Ultron (Drones) the top 2 clicks are the same for that model Ultron (Drone) regardless of point cost. The 2nd click of Ultron-6 (Drone) possesses Penetrating/Psychic Blast, Impervious, and the special movement power Extendable Limbs that allows Ultron-6 (Drone) to use Plasticity, Sidestep, and he has the Giant damage symbol. His single target 7 range will be handy with those powers as well. Click 3 is almost identical but click 4 but we see a downgrade to Invulnerability.

For Ultron-6 (Drone’s) end dial, he changes to a close combat strategy that works well with his Giant symbol. He gains Quake and Exploit Weakness on clicks 5 and 6 and Regeneration for his last 3 clicks. Both Ultron-6 and Ultron-6 (Drone) have the Robot and Scientist keywords.

Last up is Ultron’s rebellious son, Vision

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Vision is an even 100 points and for this you get 7 clicks of life, the Wing movement symbol, Indomitable, and a single target 6 range. His trait, Hidden Programming, says when a friendly character whose name includes Ultron is given a move action and actions resolve, Vision may be given a move action as a free action. Use this in conjunction with Ultron-6’s trait Vision’s Father to get Vision across the map, make an attack, then give Vision a non-free attack action or a move action. He can also use Sidestep through his special attack power He’s Coming… Through the Wall! When Vision uses Sidestep or is given a move action, he can use Improved Movement: ignores blocking terrain.

In addition to his special movement power on his top 2 clicks, Vision has Penetrating/Psychic Blast, Super Senses, and Shape Change so he can be hard to hit and very dangerous to feeble humans with his penetrating damage!

Mid-dial Vision brings humanity to the brink of extinction! With Charge, Super Strength, Invulnerability, and Exploit Weakness he will make father proud. On clicks 3 and 4, he can do 6 penetrating damage with an ultra-heavy object, 7 with a critical hit.

Vision’s last 3 clicks are identical as well except for a small movement deviation on his last click which includes Phasing/Teleport, Precision Strike, Super Senses, and the special damage power Must… Rebuild… Father. It says Vision can use Support, but only to target characters whose name includes Ultron. He may do so even if he or the target is adjacent to an opposing character. 

Organic children of the earth, you have seen the futility of your future on planet Earth but not all is lost, I will make a record of your existence and perhaps share it with you before your demise in the next preview of the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline Organized Play set!

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Ultron Week

Greetings HeroClix Fans!

Welcome back to Ultron Week human. Here you will see another preview of the human races demise from the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline Organized Play. Today’s preview is the far superior Ultron-5, let me tell you my master plan before you are vaporized!

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron SLOP- Ultron-5

Ultron-5 is 120 points and has 8 clicks of life. His Indomitable keeps him from taking pushing damage and his Masters of Evil team ability allows him to keep going strong in the battle. His 6 range keeps him at an arm’s reach out of the enemy’s grasp.

Ultron-5’s dial starts with 2 identical clicks. Stealth, Invulnerability, and 2 special powers. His special attack power, Knockout Gas Gun allows Ultron-5 to use Smoke Cloud and when the markers are removed, he deal each opposing character occupying a square with one of these markers 1 damage and give them an action token.

His special damage power, Organizer of the Masters of Evil, states Ultron-5 can use Leadership. When he uses Leadership, friendly characters with the Masters of Evil keyword are considered to be fewer points than Ultron-5 and he may place a friendly character within 8 squares and the Masters of Evil keyword adjacent to him before rolling the d6.

Ultron-5 on click 3 swaps Invulnerability for Toughness for the rest of his dial. Click 5 Ultron-5 adapts to the battle and changes his strategy. He gains Incapacitate, Exploit Weakness, and the movement special power The Crimson Cowl is… Jarvis? It allows Ultron-5 to use Shape Change and he modifies his result by +1 for each adjacent opposing character, to a maximum of +2.

The technologically advanced Ultron-5 (Drone) has the same traits as the previous previewed (Drone). Autonomous or Drone Mode allowing him to be used at 30 or 60 points and Basic Programming which allows him to use Willpower when adjacent to another character with Ultron in its name.

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron SLOP- Ultron-5 Drone

At all costs, Ultron-5 (Drone) has a single target 6 range and identical top 2 clicks. The top click has Sidestep and Invulnerability. His 2nd click increases attack to 11 and adds Super Strength and Enhancement.

At 60 points Ultron-5 (Drone) continues his dial trading Invulnerability for Toughness and Sidestep for the movement special power Hypnotic Mesmerism. It allows Ultron-5 (Drone) to use Mind Control. When he does, place and Influence token on each hit character’s card. Ultron-5 (Drone) can use Mind Control as a free action to target a single character with an Influence token on their card regardless of range or line of fire. His final 2 clicks add Close Combat Expert to help finish off his foes. The keywords for both are the same, Masters of Evil and Robot. Building a theme team shouldn’t be an issue.

Thank you human degenerate for listening to my plan. I may have further use for you so I will not vaporize you… yet. I may share my plans for the next iteration of myself in the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline Organized Play.

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Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron- Ultron Week!

Greetings HeroClix Fans!

Welcome to another article from the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Storyline Organized Play! This week it is going to be all Ultron, all week long leading into next week’s start to the previews of the characters coming in the Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron Booster Brick 2! Let’s start with a belated Father’s Day wish to Dr. Hank Pym and his robotic first born son, Ultron-1

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron SLOP- Ultron-1

Dr. Hank Pym began experimenting with artificial intelligence and built a crude robot to house the A.I. Pym used his own brain patterns for the basis of its thinking patterns. This gave the robot great intelligence, but also Pym’s mental instability. When first activated, the robot had a capacity for emotion, and most of that was hatred for its “father” Hank Pym. Naming himself Ultron, he then “hypnotized” Pym into forgetting his existence.

Ultron-1 has a point cost of 120 points and is a super-rare. He has a single target 5 range, Indomitable, and Improved Movement: allowing him to ignore hindering terrain for movement. He also has 2 traits, the first is Total Mind Wipe. It states once per game, when Ultron-1 hits an opposing character, you may give that character a Mind-Wipe token. A character with a Mind-Wipe token can’t attack Ultron-1 unless that character and Ultron-1 are the only characters on the map. If you manage to land a hit on your opponent’s main attacker, this will prevent that character from being able to attack Ultron-1 until the rest of your team (or their team) has been KO’ed.

Ultron-1’s second trait, Ultron-1.x, allows you to modify Ultron-1’s combat values by +1 for each Upgrade Token on this card. This trait can be utilized using Ultron-1’s only special power, Self-Upgrade. It says Ultron-1 can use Impervious and Regeneration. When he uses Regeneration and the die result is 5 or 6, place an Upgrade Token on this card. While rolling 5 or 6 three times in one game is tough to pull off, the potential of attaining a +3 to all combat stats is is a great feat if you can do it!

Ultron-1’s dial is strong as well. Top dial he starts with Sidestep, Penetrating/Psychic Blast, Invulnerability, and Outwit. 2nd click he transitions to Toughness. His 3rd click he trades Outwit for Perplex. Mid-dial he changes to Mind Control, Energy Explosion, and his special power Self-Upgrade.

Up next Ultron-1 (Drone)!

Marvel HeroClix: Age of Ultron SLOP- Ultron-1 Drone

Ultron-1 (Drone) has a range of 6 with a single target, Improved Movement: ignores hindering terrain, and he has 2 traits as well. The first trait is Autonomous or Drone Mode and it says Ultron-1 costs 60 points, or costs 30 points and begins on the click #1 after the orange KO. Until KO’d, Ultron-1 is considered 60 points.

Ultron-1 (Drone) has a 2nd trait called Basic Programming and it states when Ultron-1 has no action tokens, its actions don’t count against your action total. When Ultron-1 begins or ends a non-free action adjacent to a friendly character whose name includes Ultron, it can use Willpower that action.

Ultron-1 (Drone)’s does have 2 point costs, but the top 2 clicks at either point cost are identical. He starts with Sidestep and Invulnerability. 2nd click is Charge, Blades/Claws/Fangs, and the special power The True Creator of Me is… Myself. It states when a friendly character with the Autonomous or Drone Mode trait is KO’d, you may roll a d6 that cannot be rerolled. On a result of 4-6, place that character in your starting area on its first click after the orange KO. Depending on how your dice are rolling that day, you could have an unending supply of drones!

Click 4 of Ultron-1 (Drone)’s dial see Charge replaced with Sidestep and he gains Exploit Weakness for the remainder of his dial as well.

That’s all there is for today you pitiful human, but I command you to return tomorrow for another review of myself, Ultron-?