Saturday, October 29, 2005

Everyone Has a Little Villain on the Inside

Okay, you know that game that Tim is addicted to? City of Heroes? Well the makers of City of Heroes just released the sequel: City of Villains. Last night at midnight, they kicked off this new version (for people who pre-ordered; new people have to wait until the 31st). Naturally, we wanted to get in on the action. Just thought you might enjoy reading about our newest characters.

ANUBIS-X
Tim's first villain, Anubis-X, is what they call a Mastermind. Masterminds are perhaps the most complex archetype to play, because much of their powers originate from the various henchmen he can summon to their side, such as the living dead, a band of ninjas or several mechanized monstrosities. This adds an extra layer of complexity, since the game player must simultaneously control the character and the minions he commands.


Mastermind Anubis-X has been resurrected from ancient Egypt to terrorize the new City of Villains. (10/29/05)

Anubis-X's powers were selected by Tim, however, the physical appearance and costume is an original James creation. Consisting of a headress, simple pants and wrapped wristbands and boots, Anubis-X's main color is brown. That's what Brown can do for you!

EL DESTRUCTO
Say hello to my little friend! El Destructo, James' first villain, is what they call a Brute. Brutes live to fight and revel in hand-to-hand combat. With a strong offensive power set to inflict pain and impressive defenses to take it, El Destructo is the best there is in a straight melee fight. Protracted battles only make El Destructo mad, and the madder he gets, the more damaging his attacks become.


The street-tough, trash-talkin' El Destructo is ready to get in anyone's face. Look out City of Villains! (10/29/05)

El Destructo is an original James creation from top to bottom. He wears a simple wife-beater tank-top tee shirt to show off his sleeve tatts, a simple studded belt, pinstripe slacks and brown workboots. This is one tough homey!

1 comment:

Loren said...

I like the way that you described El Destructo in the gayest way possible. Tatts? LOL!