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Bill & Ted - Grim Reaper
When Bill and Ted die and go to hell, they meet the Grim Reaper himself, masterfully played by William Sadler. As a HeroClix Bystander, it was only appropriate to create the Grim Reaper as a "Super Pog" hence he has the outrageous cost of [65] points. Not to worry, because he is worth every penny. The Grim Reaper can appear out of no where, and take people with him, hence the high movement, flight, and Phasing / Teleport. Since he can kill with just one touch, I gave him a massive damage of [5] with Exploit Weakness. I would have liked to give him Blades / Claws / Fangs too, but that felt redundant since he has a high damage -- and it makes little sense if he rolls a "1" for damage; so instead I gave him Poison with a massive attack of [13]. Hey, he’s death! He never misses his target! The hardest part in my design came with the defense value. Creating such a powerful entity is difficult, but it’s death, so it should be pretty hard to "kill" him. Hence he sports a massive [21] defense with Willpower! Some people like Team Abilities on Bystander Tokens, some do not, so you get your choice here. Death himself comes with the Mystics TA, Wildcard TA, or none at all. Of course, I created one last one with the Quintessence TA, which I think is the most appropriate of all. With this TA, there is no need for Willpower, so it is replaced with Super Senses! As if he’s not already difficult to K.O.!

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You know what would be a good version of Bill & Ted? Making them a duo figure just like their name suggests! Has there ever even been a duo bystander figure? Radical!

Posted by: Samaritan on 8/19/2016 7:11:11 PM
yeah 70+ points is a little pricy for a pog but it's kind of hard not to like that 79 point one, 'Q' with supersenses and 21 defence, given poison, a 13 attack and 5 damage with exploit weakness? thats pretty good. however i would have gne with plasticity for a movement power (harder to escape death). besides with an 18 movement the phasing/teleport seems unnessary for him to get around when he has flight.

Posted by: Grim on 6/1/2013 3:33:02 PM
Pogs are supposed to be cheap, point fillers. No one will play a 70 point piece if all it gets is one clivk of life.

Posted by: theo on 9/30/2010 10:52:19 PM
Socrates was once a soldier. He should be better than this.

Posted by: GW Crawford on 6/13/2010 2:37:51 PM
Nice. Detective Chimp is definitely appropriate for these two!

Posted by: Spike1138 on 1/11/2009 2:04:23 AM