Fisticuffs – Villain Review

Fisticuffs – Villain Review

Fisticuffs - Villain ReviewFisticuffs was a mystery element villain that can be captured near the end of Level 10 – Secret Sewers of Supreme Stink in Skylanders Trap Team. Once you use one of the Dark or Light expansion packs in the game, you will update the game to know about the Light and Dark elements. Fisticuffs then becomes a Dark element villain and you will need to capture him in one of the Dark traps. He’s another one of those strange villains that don’t really match there element type. When you first see Fisticuffs and his large mechanical fist extend far from his body, you would swear that he would be a Tech element villain. I guess things arn’t always as they seem. In fact, some would say that Fisticuffs speaks softly and caries a big fist. But speaking isn’t his strong suit, pounding enemies into the ground with his monster sized fist is.

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Eye Scream – Villain Review

Eye Scream – Villain Review

Eye Scream - Villain ReviewEye Scream is a mystery element villain that can be captured near the end of the Monster Marsh level of Skylanders Trap Team. Eye Scream will be unable to be trapped until you apply one of the Light or Dark expansion packs to the game. At that point you will discover that you need a Dark Trap to capture Eye Scream. Once trapped you will still need to start the level over again in order to get to Eye Scream’s quest which is also found on the Monster Marsh level. She is a rather creepy female monster who constantly complains about her long hair. It’s a good thing she has that long hair because it’s when she moves it and we see her strange eyeball filled mouth then we all scream for Eye Scream!

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Chef Pepper Jack – Villain Review

Chef Pepper Jack – Villain Review

Chef Pepper Jack - Villain ReviewChef Pepper Jack is a Doom Raider villain that can be captured on the fifth level – Chef Zeppelin of Skylanders Trap Team. Chef Pepper Jack was once one of the most famous celebrity chefs in all of Skylands. One day he discovered some ancient recipes for evil delicacies. That’s when he turned his thriving restaurant into a formidable criminal empire. He would fly his zeppelin fortress over a village and demand they surrender all of their money. If they refused, he would drop his spicy pepper bombs that would blow up everything. The Golden Queen valued this explosive approach and recruited him to be a Doom Raider. He was perfect for those who like their bad guys extra spicy.

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Brawlrus – Villain Review

Brawlrus – Villain Review

Brawlrus - Villain ReviewBrawlrus is a Tech trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the sixth level – Rainfish Riviera of Skylanders Trap Team. Everyone knows that Brawl + Walrus = Brawlrus. But, did you know that Brawlrus doesn’t have any melee or “brawling” attacks? He does however, harness the awesome power of the starfish. He fires a cannon full of damage causing starfish. This damage can be increased by finding his quest shortly after you capture him in Rainfish Riviera.

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Cuckoo Clocker – Villain Review

Cuckoo Clocker – Villain Review

Cuckoo Clocker - Villain ReviewCuckoo Clocker is a Life trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the fourth level – Phoenix Psanctuary of Skylanders Trap Team. Many fear this big brutish bird because of his powerful roar and even more powerful smash attack. He is cuckoo for clobbering! But did you know Cuckoo Clocker can sing? Well, he seems to think he can. Once you find his quest in Phoenix Psanctuary you will be able to judge for yourself.

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Tussle Sprout – Villain Review

Tussle Sprout – Villain Review

Tussle Sprout - Villain ReviewTussle Sprout is an Earth trappable villain that you will be able to capture on the second level – Know-It-All-Island of Skylanders Trap Team. Because he is green and technically a vegetable, you might think that he is a Life element villain. However, since he grows out of the ground he is actually an Earth element villain. He looks like a Brussels sprout, but he’s even more dangerous than a Brussels sprout. He’s also harder to eat since he releases both poison gas and poison spores.

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Buzzer Beak – Villain Review

Buzzer Beak – Villain Review

Buzzer Beak - Villain ReviewBuzzer Beak is an Air trappable villain that you will be able to capture on the second level – Know-It-All-Island of Skylanders Trap Team. Buzzer beak may be small, but what he lacks in size, he more than makes up for in courage, helicopter blade, and a good dive bomb attack. In fact, once evolved, his Dive Bomb attack is extremely powerful. If you haven’t given Buzzer Beak much attention, you may want to give him a look and see what the buzz is all about.

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Broccoli Guy – Villain Review

Broccoli Guy – Villain Review

Broccoli Guy - Villain ReviewBroccoli Guy is a Life trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the third level – Chompy Mountain of Skylanders Trap Team. He is a good villain to have stored in a trap because he heals his friends and hurts his enemies. Even though Broccoli Guy is a Life element villain, he uses his powerful magic for both attacking and healing. His healing power alone is worth keeping him close by, but you may also want to use him just to hear some of his wit and personality. He can be evolved once you find his quest on the fifth level – The Phoenix Psanctuary.

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Slobber Trap – Villain Review

Slobber Trap – Villain Review

Slobber Trap - Villain ReviewSlobber Trap is a Water trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the second level – Know-It-All-Island. Slobber Trap looks a lot like Slobber Tooth and perhaps is a distant cousin. He’s a just your average plant monster dog, but his belly flops and slobber can be lethal. He’s not too old for new tricks though. Once captured he can be re-trained to fight for good. Find his quest on the same level you capture him on and you’ll unlock the full power of Slobber Trap.

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Chill Bill – Villain Review

Chill Bill – Villain Review

Chill Bill - Villain ReviewChill Bill is a Water trappable villain that you will be able to capture in the fourth level – Phoenix Psanctuary. Chill Bill is a radio DJ by day, and a crazy Troll who freezes people with is ice gun, well… all of the time. He’s got one of the best channels on the radios found throughout the game, and we think his theme music is very catchy. Don’t forget, Chill Bill was evil before it was cool.

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