DC HeroClix: The Dark Knight Rises Preview – The Two Faces of Two-Face
So far I have been loving the DC HeroClix: The Dark Knight Rises previews that have been coming out of Wizkids/NECA, and today’s is no exception. Today we look at a man who is one of Gotham City’s greatest heroes as well as one of its most feared villains: Harvey Dent a.k.a. Two-Face, as played by Aaron Eckhart in The Dark Knight.
District Attorney Harvey Dent weighs in at 60 points and kicks off with his I Believe in Harvey Dent trait:
Friendly characters adjacent to Harvey Dent at the beginning of the turn can use Willpower until the end of the turn.
Dial-wise, Dent starts with three clicks of his The Scum Should Be Afraid of ME special power:
For each opposing character adjacent to Harvey Dent at the beginning of your turn, you may modify his attack or defense value (choose per character) by +1 until the beginning of your next turn.
Coupled with that, Dent also has Incapacitate and Probability Control for the first half of the dial.
Mid-dial, Dent drops Incapacitate and Probability Control but picks up Flurry, Outwit, and Toughness.
Dent possesses the Batman Ally team ability (granting him dial long Stealth) and is definitely going to find himself on some of my various Gotham City, Police, and Politician keyword teams.
After finding himself in a spot of bad luck, as we all know, Harvey Dent became the unbalanced Two-Face.
The first half of Two-Face’s dial sports his Your Good Luck, His Bad Luck special power:
Once per turn, when Two-Face makes an attack and his attack total is 1 less than his target’s defense value, he may immediately make an attack against a different opposing character adjacent to the previous target.
Also on the first half of his dial, Two-Face possesses Stealth, Super Senses and Probability Control, making him a hard piece for the enemy to get their hands on. .
The second half of Two-Face’s dial is no less dangerous where he trades in all that for Flurry and everyone’s favorite, Outwit.
All that plus the Indomitable ability and the Batman Enemy team ability is available to you for a measly 65 points. Plus he also has what are promising to be my favorite new keywords: Arkham Asylum and Gotham Underworld.
Well, that’s it for today. HeroClix to suit your mood, whether that be aspiring to be the peoples’ champion or their worst fear. You decide.
Watch this space and I’ll bring you other HeroClix goodness as it grabs my attention.
Until then? Keep on Clixin’.