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Old March 27th, 2022, 12:33 AM
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Re: The Book of Miek - Public Playtesting

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C3G STANDARD PLAYTEST FEEDBACK FORM

NAME OF THE PLAYTEST UNIT: Miek

Army Test
Map: Elm Street
Units: Miek (200), Korg (235), Meggan (205), Baron Zemo (170), Crossbones (160), Batroc The Leaper (130) (1100) VS Thor (440), Hulk (450), Black Panther (210) (1100)
Spoiler Alert!

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Army Test
Map: Conflict Chernobyl
Units: Miek (200), Korg (235), Captain America (180), Meggan (205), Echo (130), Stan Lee (50) (1000) VS Magneto (310), Mastermind (95), Scarlet Witch (285), Quicksilver (215), Toad (95) (1000)
Spoiler Alert!

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Army Test
Map: Conflict Chernobyl
Units: Miek (200), Korg (235), Captain America (180), Meggan (205), Echo (130), Stan Lee (50) (1000) VS Magneto (310), Fantastic Four (1000)
Spoiler Alert!


THOUGHTS ON THE TESTED UNIT'S COST, BALANCE, & DRAFTABILITY: I think 200 is good for Miek if everyone's ok with it, but I personally think a point bump wouldn't hurt. I'm not sure what a reasonable change would be though. Miek, Korg, and Meggan already seem pretty strong together, and I think they'll work even better once we get more Gladiators and Warbound.

GENERAL THOUGHTS ON THE TESTED UNIT: I really liked Miek's performance in the tests I played. All of his powers were utilized and had a notable effect, even Chemming, which surprised me. I did notice that Never Stopping seems to let Miek roll unlockables even when he can't move next to the attacked figure. Is there someway we can word the power so that moving adjacent to the attacked figure is necessary to roll the unblockables?
Here are the tests!

I'll wait until tomorrow evening for some feedback, if there is any, and then I'll put up the vote for Final Editing.
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