Coste: 2.

Acción de Héroe (ataque): inflige 3 de Daño a un enemigo. Este ataque gana Penetrante.

La Tiranía de Cráneo Rojo #44.
Golpe imparable


  • Recap: I like calculating at; 2 Damage per 1 Resource. 1 Thwart per 1 Resource. Piercing is worth 1 resource.
  • Total Cost: 3 Resources.
  • Goal: 6 Damage or 4 Damage + Piercing
  • Actual Value: 3 Damage + Piercing
  • Summary: 3 Damage + Piercing equates to 2.5 resources worth of value (less than ideal).


In my opinion, this is a total counter-play card. If you know you're going up against a Villain who spams Toughness a lot, this is a card to grab. Alternatively, if there's ever some kind of build that allows you to add Toughness to enemies for some kind of huge benefit, this would also be a good card to grab for that.

If you're running a Hero who has only 1 ATK or lacks powerful Attack events, this card loses some additional value. In the sense that, you would want to use this card first to allow your Hero to follow-up with a big attack; whether that's a high basic ATK or an Attack event card.

As it is, you could spend 1 extra resource for Uppercut. Or, play Drop Kick and get arguably better results more often than not. For that reason, I'm not super stoked by this card. It's a below-average niche performer. It'll have its moments, but I think you're better off with slotting other more consistent attack events.

RolandWright · 2652
2 Damage per 1 Resource is only on hero cards and dropkick. A 1.5+ dpr is considered great. Uppercut has 1.25 so this is better - with relentless assault's minion only rule as +1 resource, it would have the same value. — zephyr100 · 25
As I said, I like calculating it at 1 for 2. If others want to be more liberal with how they value damage, that's on them. I further agree with my assessment based on the fact than anything under 1 for 2 feels like absolute trash. — RolandWright · 2652
I wonder how it stacks up after adding honed technique. Is it worth it then vs Uppercut (5 dmg + piercing @ cost 2 vs 9 damage @ cost 3)? (assuming HT cuts Dropkick out, which I haven't looked at) — Revan3421 · 1