Although already mentioned in the Mobile section, his Raised in the Sewers also be seen as an element of Support/Control as well used can cause enough trouble rival. The fact of having Waylon Jones (in any version) converts the provision of sewers into a weapon that only villains could emulate with the Tunnel (1/C) strategy. If Lady Luck is benevolent and we get 3 of them, in case the scenario is one which requires a deployment of objetives at the other end of the table, you can put the opponent in a real bind as a readiness in their area of deployment, coupled with the placement of the juiciest objetives as close as possible of sewers, would force him to leave at least 3 members behind if he doesnt want to look like Waylon not only goes by one in the round 2 may even reach an objetive in the same round (the minimum separation between an objetive and a sewer is 5 cm, if placed Killer Croc between the two, the 2 cm remaining can be covered safely with 2MC that could still be planned). If the scenario requires deployment objetives in the center of the table and objectives tastiest get as far as possible rival, this facet of Killer Croc is much better since they do not have to worry about anyone cover the sewer, with what in round 2 rate could start to get points.
- If the opponent puts it on top someone without Batclaw to plug the sewer, he is a member of his band mortgaged in heights and will has some difficulty down.
- If change is someone with Batclaw (or Fly or some trait that allows him down from heights without complication) it is a member that the opponent will not be used to reach his objetives sooner.
- If is a shooter, is a tastie target for Waylon since nothing else out can try to thrust him down and later jump down to his objetive. .
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