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Re: The Book of Spider-Woman - Design

Looking good Bats

I guess the only thing I feel is off is Venom Blasts. It seems like wording for a poison type attack, whereas her Venom Blasts are from bio-electricity.

Quote:
Venom Blasts: Her body possesses an inordinate amount of bio-electricity that she has learned to channel and discharge through her hands, in controlled bursts of what she calls "Venom Blasts". These energy projections vary in power; they mostly affect the nervous system in humans. Spider-Woman can regulate them from simply a stun to potent enough to kill an average-sized man in the same way that a lightning bolt could kill him.
I guess an electrical attack can work like the current write-up, though it seems to inspire thoughts of a poison attack more than an electrical attack.

Could something like this work?


VENOM BLAST SPECIAL ATTACK
Range 4. Attack 2, 3, or 4.
Start the attack with 6 attack dice. You may attack with 2, 3, or 4 attack dice until all of the 6 attack dice have been rolled. If Spider-Woman inflicts 2 or more wounds with a single attack with Venom Blast Special Attack, roll the 20-sided die, adding 1 for each wound inflicted. If you roll 17 or higher, you may remove all unrevealed Order Markers from the defending figure's Army Card.

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