Free Ranger – Character Review

Free Ranger
“Regular Free Ranger”

Free Ranger is a new Swappable Air Skylander for Skylanders Swap Force. Free Ranger is a bird who spent his early years chasing storms. He chased hurricanes, rode lightning and spun inside tornadoes. That’s how he perfected his spin ability. One day he was chasing a dark and ominous storm when Master Eon caught him and taught him of the darkness in Skylands. Free Ranger then became a protector of Cloudbreak Islands by becoming a Skylander Swap Force member. Free Ranger’s figure embodies his backstory. His legs are in a constant spinning vortex and his hair is in a lightning bolt shaped pony tail. His light blue, yellow and orange coloring complement his character well, by just making him look light. He also carries a couple of Stormblades in his hands to give him a powerful spinning attacks.  Overall, he fits the image you might have for an air element Skylander. He is a bird who spins and has several lightning and tornado based air attacks. Free Ranger comes with the 3DS version of the game. He also has a special Legendary version which changes his paint scheme to the legendary black and gold.

Free Ranger starts with a couple attacks you would expect from looking at his character. He has a fast melee attack with his Stormblades in both hands, and a spinning attack that sucks enemies in to damage them. After some upgrades Free Ranger will be able to shoot bolts of lightning from his eyes, and his Stormblades will send a wave of air shooting at his enemies. His spinning will become faster, more powerful and pull in enemies from farther away.

Legendary Free Ranger
“Legendary Free Ranger”

As a swappable character there are two different upgrade paths to choose, one for his body and one for his legs. The body paths let you focus either on stronger Stormblade attacks by adding combos or a stronger lightning attack by being able to charge the bolts of lightning he can shoot. The leg paths are actually pretty powerful for Free Ranger. One path allows you to add lightning bolts to your tornado attack to further damage your enemies. The other path adds the ability to shoot out a tornado once your normal tornado spin attack ends. None of Free Ranger’s attacks are super flashy or unique. They are pretty much what you would expect from a spinning air element character. However, that doesn’t make him weak or not fun to play with. Sucking up enemies in tornadoes and firing lightning is very satisfying.

Also as a swappable character he has two soul gem abilities. Neither are very exciting or creative which is a bit of a disappointment for such an expensive upgrade. Most soul gem abilities offer some new crazy attacks. For Free Ranger though, one upgrade increases the damage of the Stormblades by adding lighting damage to them, while the other upgrade fills the tornado attack with lightning damage.

All in all, Free Ranger is a very solid character. He is sort of the stereotypical air elemental “storm” character with tornado and lightning attacks. He’s still worth owning, especially if you want the 3DS version of the game.

7 out of 10

Free Ranger’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:115  Max Health280
Defense: 150  Speed43
Speed:110  Armor18
Luck:100  Critical Hit8
  Elemental Power25

Legendary Free Ranger’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:115  Max Health280
Defense: 150  Speed42
Speed:110  Armor18
Luck:100  Critical Hit8
  Elemental Power25

Free Ranger’s Attacks

Body Attacks
Stormblade SlashPress Attack 1 to slash at enemies with powerful Stormblades.Free
Eyes of the StormPress Attack 3 to shoot a bolt of lightning from the eyes, stunning the first enemy and chaining to others.300 Gold
Charged BladesPress Attack 1 to slash with more powerful Stormblades that do increased damage.800 Gold
Gale SlashPress Attack 1 three times to send a wave of powerful air at enemies.1000 Gold
Wind Slasher Path
Slicing StormHold Attack 1 to charge Stormblades, release for a devastating combo attack.1500 Gold
Feathered FurySlicing Storm does increased damage. 2000 Gold
Storm Focus Path
Lightning Strikes ThriceHold Attack 3 to charge Eye of the Storm, release to shoot a larger bolt of lightning.1500 Gold
Charged Gigawatt BoltLightning Strikes Thrice does increased damage. More powerful than lightning.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Storming StormbladesPress Attack 1 to attack with more powerful Stormblades that deal extra lightning damage.3500 Gold
Leg Attacks
Ride the WindPress Attack 2 to become a tornado and damage nearby enemies.Free
Approaching StormHold Attack 2 to become a tornado, speed is increased while the tornado is active300 Gold
Wind PoweredBecoming a tornado will last longer800 Gold
Tornado Vacuum BoostTornadoes now pull in enemies from further away.1000 Gold
Lightning Linquist Path
Lightning NovaBlast all nearby enemies with a powerful lightning bolt when becoming a tornado.1500 Gold
Nova FlashLightning Nova does increased damage.2000 Gold
Tornado Thrower Path
Wild TornadoWhen becoming a tornado ends, a powerful tornado is shot out, damaging all enemies in the way.1500 Gold
Twisted TwisterMore powerful tornadoes are shot forward that do increased damage to enemies.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Charged WindsHold Attack 2 to become a tornado filled with lightning, dealing damage to all enemies in the way.3500 Gold
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Doom Stone Out at Toys R Us

Doom Stone FigureIt looks like Doom Stone has been released in the US for the time being to Toys R Us. No word on when other stores will get him, but Toys R Us has had him since Tuesday 5/13. Surprisingly, I didn’t hear news of this until I made it to my local store today. He is the last normal swappable character to be released.

Also, don’t forget, Toys R Us is supposed to have the Kickoff Countdown figure available this Sunday 5/18.

 

 

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Blast Zone – Character Review

Blast Zone Character Review
Regular Blast Zone

Blast Zone is a new Swappable Fire Skylander for Skylanders Swap Force. He is a Furnace Knight with the Rocket movement ability. His back story indicates that he swallowed 100 bombs thrown down his chimney by some trolls and then belched jet fire back at his enemies. As a result his body is now made entirely of flame. You can see this in his character as the parts that are not covered by his armor, his helmet, mid section and one of his knees, looks like flames. His black and copper colored armor covers most of his body and looks like he could be a walking furnace. He holds two lit bombs, one in each hand and is ready to use them. Even his stance indicates he is moving and is ready to jump into battle. Overall, he is a very powerful looking figure. Blast Zone also has an alternate version called Dark Blast Zone. Dark Blast Zone looks identical to Blast Zone in pose, but has a darker black armor highlighted in silver rather than bronze. I think this makes him look even more dangerous. Dark Blast Zone also starts with slightly different stats according to his card.

Dark Blast Zone - Character Review
Dark Blast Zone

Blast Zone starts of with some abilities that seem to be slightly above average. He can throw bombs which gives him a bit of a decent ranged attack, and he is able to throw them fairly rapidly one after another. He also starts off with a dash move, which gives him that little extra burst of speed that allows him to get out of trouble quickly. Once you start throwing upgrades on to Blast Zone he becomes a very powerful Skylander in your collection. One early upgrade adds the ability to create a wall of fire to damage enemies. Then that can be upgraded to be able to fully surround Blast Zone. Other upgrades will also make your bombs more powerful and adds an attack to his dash.

As a swappable character there are two different upgrade paths to choose, one for his body and one for his legs. The body paths let you focus either on stronger bomb attacks or a stronger ring of fire. The leg paths both affect dashing, where you can either add a powerful heat wave when finished, or to create a momentary fire shield that damages enemies around it. Any of these upgrades are extremely powerful and useful in battle, making Blast Zone one of our most used characters.

Also as a swappable character he has two soul gem abilities. One doubles the amount of bombs thrown at one time, and the other further enhances the dash attack by leaving a trail of fire behind. Neither is a flashy upgrade, but both add even more attack power to what was already one of the strongest attacking Skylanders available.

It was surprising to see a character that came with the game become this powerful but Blast Zone is probably one of the best and easiest swappable Skylanders to use.

9 out of 10

 

Blast Zone Video Review

 

Blast Zone’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:180  Max Health290
Defense: 50  Speed43
Speed:150  Armor24
Luck:70  Critical Hit6
  Elemental Power25

Dark Blast Zone’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:190  Max Health290
Defense: 90  Speed43
Speed:130  Armor24
Luck:50  Critical Hit6
  Elemental Power25

Blast Zone’s Attacks

Body Attacks
Bomb ThrowPress Attack 1 to throw a bomb at enemies.Free
Flame BreathHold Attack 3 while turning to create a wall of fire that damages nearby enemies.300 Gold
Power BombsPress Attack 1 to throw bombs that do increased damage.800 Gold
Sticky BombsHold Attack 1 to charge a Bomb, release to throw a timed sticky bomb.1000 Gold
Ignition Path
Flaming BombsBombs catch fire when they pass through the fire wall created by Flame Breath, dealing increased damage in an area.1500 Gold
Fired Up!Flaming Bombs do even more damage in a larger area.2000 Gold
Reaction Satisfaction Path
Ring of FireCreating a full circle with Flame Breath causes a massive explosion.1500 Gold
Ring BlastRing of Fire does increased damage in a larger area.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Bomb PartyNew armor enhancements allow two bombs to be thrown at once!3500 Gold
Leg Attacks
Rocket DashHold Attack 2 to dash around with rocket boots.Free
Ready for Blast OffHold Attack 2 to charge a rocket dash and deal damage to nearby enemies.300 Gold
Armor PlatingArmor is increased. 800 Gold
Fuel for the FireHold Attack 2 to dash, dashing now lasts for as long as Attack 2 is held.1000 Gold
Fuel Injected Path
Heat WaveA rocket-fueled fireball is shot out at the end of a dash.1500 Gold
Tempered FireA more powerful Heat Wave is shot out at the end of dashing.2000 Gold
Temperatures Rising Path
FlamedA fiery aura appears after dashing, which damages any nearby enemy.1500 Gold
Too Hot to HandleAn even more powerful fire aura appears at the end of dashing.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Hot FeetA fire trail is left behind while dashing that damages enemies.3500 Gold

 

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Freeze Blade – Character Review

Freeze Blade Review
Normal Freeze Blade

Freeze Blade is a new Swappable Water Skylander for Skylanders Swap Force. You would think that Freeze Blade comes from somewhere cold. However, while he was born in the Frozen Wastelands of Vesh, he soon moved to the Great Lava Lakes. This is where he met Blast Zone. After helping Blast Zone defend himself from some Spell Punks, Blast Zone introduced him to Master Eon and Freeze Blade became a Skylander. It was also in the Lava Lakes where Freeze Blade learned he had a magical ability to skate on any surface. This ability allows Freeze Blade to always wear his ice blades. He has very thin looking leather armor which looks more like workout clothes than armor. This allows for greater mobility which is good since he is one of the fastest Skylander characters.  He is a wolf creature with ice hair and ice cuffs. He also wields a boomerang like bladed weapon called a Chakram. Overall you can tell his character is built for speed. Freeze Blade also has an alternate version called Nitro Freeze Blade. Nitro Freeze Blade is identical in pose but wears a sporty golden race clothes and silver skin instead of grey skin. Nitro Freeze Blade doesn’t look any more powerful, but he certainly looks like a force of speed. Regardless of which character you choose, their starting stats are the same.

Nitro Freeze Blade Review
Nitro Freeze Blade

Freeze Blade starts off with a basic Chakram Throw. This is a short ranged/melee attack. The attack can reach enemies a short distance away but doesn’t fly far across the screen. It can be used in rapid succession like punches, so it has a very strong melee feel. He also starts with the Speedy Skate ability which is a dash attack that allows Freeze Blade to burst forward for a couple seconds, damaging any enemies in his way. An early upgrade unlocks an attack that allows you to freeze your enemies. This attack has a longer range than the Chakram throw. Several other upgrades increase the damage ability of Chakram, the Dash attack and armor. The ability to freeze most of your attackers combined with a dash attack and a strong Chakram throw allows Freeze Blade to become one of the most powerful Skylanders in the game.

As a swappable character there are two different upgrade paths to choose, one for his body and one for his legs. The body paths let you focus either on either a stronger Chakram, or stronger freeze attacks. The leg paths both affect dashing, and are both pretty devastating. One path leaves a trail of ice behind Freeze Blade’s Dash. This trail will slow and damage enemies that touch it. The other path allows Freeze Blade to knock back any enemies hit by the dash which will also cause a freezing explosion when they land.

Also as a swappable character he has two soul gem abilities. The body Soul Gem gives the Chakram increased critical hit chance and damage, while the legs Soul Gem gives the dash attack more damage and prevents it from being broken by attacking enemies. Neither is a flashy upgrade, but both add even more attack power to what was already one of the strongest attacking Skylanders available.

Once upgraded, regardless of path chosen Freeze Blade’s power and speed are valuable assets that make him one of the best and easiest to use characters in the game.

10 out of 10

Freeze Blade’s and Nitro Freeze Blade’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:140  Max Health280
Defense: 75  Speed50
Speed:200  Armor6
Luck:85  Critical Hit8
  Elemental Power25

Freeze Blade’s and Nitro Freeze Blade’s Attacks

Body Attacks
Chakram ThrowPress Attack 1 to throw an icy chakram.Free
FrostciclePress Attack 3 to fire a shard of ice that freezes enemies.300 Gold
IciclesChakram gains a new layer of ice, making attacks do increased damage.800 Gold
Frigid WhirlHold Attack 1 to charge the chakram, then release to throw it.1000 Gold
Blizzard Blade Path
Shaved IceHold Attack 1 to charge the chakram, release to throw the chakram and shoot ice in every direction.1500 Gold
WhiteoutIce projectiles from Shaved Ice do increased damage.2000 Gold
Ice Sculptor Path
Oh Snow!Hold Attack 3 to charge Frostcicle, release to freeze an entire area.1500 Gold
Ice to Meet YouFrostcicle and Oh Snow! do increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Winter ChakramChakram attacks have increased critical hit chance and do extra frost damage3500 Gold
Leg Attacks
Speedy SkatePress Attack 2 to dash forward a short distance and damage enemies in the way.Free
Ice TrailDashing leaves behind a trail of ice that slows enemies.300 Gold
Glacial CoatArmor increased.800 Gold
Bladed ButterflyHold Attack 2 to perform a fancy skating trick that damages all enemies nearby.1000 Gold
Trail Freezer Path
Flash FreezePress Attack 2 to dash, dashing will now leave behind an ice trail that damages enemies.1500 Gold
Nice IceFlash Freeze does increased damage.2000 Gold
Ice Skater Path
Penalty FrostPress Attack 2 to knock back an enemy, wherever the knocked back enemy lands will cause a large freezing explosion. 1500 Gold
Iced SkatesPenalty Frost does increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Iceberg EnduranceDashing does increased damage and does not stop when attacked.3500 Gold

 

 

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Rubble Rouser Unboxing

Rubble Rouser UnboxingHere is the Rubble Rouser Unboxing! Today Conner unboxes his first Earth Swappable Skylander: Rubble Rouser! He once again has some slight problems with getting him out of the package but overall it looks like it will be worth it as we get ready to start using this dig ability Swap Force character.

Give it a watch and let us know what you think of Rubble Rouser!

 

 

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Grilla Drilla – Character Review

Grilla Drilla - Character ReviewGrilla Drilla  is a new Swappable Life Skylander with the Dig ability for Skylanders Swap Force.  The bottom half of Grilla Drilla is a large drill while the top part is that of a heavily armored Gorilla. In the game Grilla Drilla actually walks on legs but he can turn them into a drill. He has a mean look on his face and two large metal plated fists ready for action. The lack of any weapon makes you believe that he will be a melee attack character. Even though he looks mean, it’s hard to gauge how well he will perform in battle. Having a large drill bit for legs is cool for his digging ability but that is hardly a way to attack enemies. Just based on his looks he doesn’t appear to be a very useful Skylander.

Grilla Drilla does in fact start with a punch as one of his main attacks. But his punch is not a normal type of a punch. His fist actually has arm drills that spin and deal even more damage when punching. And it is quite the powerful punch. His card shows the maximum 200 for his attacking ability. His secondary attack is to plant a coconut turret by transforming his legs into a drill. As Grilla Drilla starts to get upgrades, his attacks become much more interesting. One of his early upgrades adds the ability to summon a pair of crazy monkeys. These monkeys run across the screen damaging enemies in their path. It’s basically a ranged attack. The turret attack can be upgraded to drop bombs and to gain the ability to plant two turrets at a time. And the punches can be upgraded to have a longer range, making them a good medium ranged attack option.

As a swappable character there are two different upgrade paths to choose, one for his body and one for his legs. The body paths let you focus either on stronger punching where he can use both fists at once, or on upgrading the monkeys to do more damage and to send four out at a time. We chose the monkey path and they do quite a bit of damage when they run across the screen. However, the dual punching fists sound pretty devastating as well. The leg paths both enhance the turret attacks. One path shoots coconut projectiles that explode while the other path turns the turrets into rapid fire banana turrets. Neither seem very useful in a heated battle. To take the time to plant a turret leaves you open for attack and even when the turret has done it’s job. Chances are you will want to move it or replant it, because the battle can quickly move on. And by the time you build up Grilla Drilla all of the way, the punches and monkeys become super powerful and a much quicker and easier decision to use.

Also as a swappable character he has two soul gem abilities. One turns his arm drills into shiny gold allowing punch attacks to do even more damage, and the other adds a thorny defense to the turrets making them very hard for enemies to attack. The turret upgrade is the more interesting upgrade, but the arm drills will be used more often so a little extra power doesn’t hurt.

Grilla Drilla is quite powerful, but I never really found myself using the turret attacks much. It just doesn’t have the power of the monkeys or Grilla Drilla’s amazing punch attack.

8 out of 10

 

Grilla Drilla Video Review

Grilla Drilla’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:200  Max Health290
Defense: 130  Speed43
Speed:70  Armor24
Luck:70  Critical Hit4
  Elemental Power25

Grilla Drilla’s Attacks

Body Attacks
Punchy MonkeyPress Attack 1 to punch at nearby enemies.Free
Monkey CallPress Attack 3 to summon a pair of crazy monkeys!300 Gold
SilverbackPress Attack 1 to unleash punches that deal increased damage.800 Gold
Reaching MandrillPress Attack 1 to punch at a longer range.1000 Gold
Monkey Master Path
Team MonkeyMonkey Call summons four monkeys at once!1500 Gold
King of the JungleMonkey Call does increased damage.2000 Gold
Drilling Punches Path
Double PunchPress Attack 1 three times to attack with both drills.1500 Gold
Primate PowerDouble Punch does increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Ring of the Golden MonkeyArm Drills become shiny Gold, making punch attacks do extra damage.3500 Gold
Leg Attacks
Planted TurretPress Attack 2 to plant a coconut turret that attacks nearby enemies.Free
Explosive GrowthHold Attack 2 to charge a turret, release to plant a bomb plant that explodes and damages enemies nearby.300 Gold
Spreading Like WeedsExplosive Growth bomb plants will explode into three smaller bombs.800 Gold
Nature's BountyPress Attack 2 to plant a coconut turret that shoots at nearby enemies. Press Attack 2 again to plant another.1000 Gold
Coconut Caretaker Path
This is Coconuts!Turret projectiles now explode, causing damage to enemies in a small area.1500 Gold
Coconut MayhemCoconuts do increased damage.2000 Gold
Banana Blaster Path
Banana SplitCoconut turret upgrades into a rapid shooting Banana turret.1500 Gold
Go Bananas!Bananas do increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Adaptive NatureAll plants gain thorns that damage and push back enemies that step on them.3500 Gold
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Nitro Freeze Blade Unboxing

Nitro Freeze Blade UnboxingHere is the Nitro Freeze Blade Unboxing! The Target exclusive Nitro Freeze Blade was released today (3/23) for Swap Force. After having found the character on the shelf the previous day and having the cashier take it away from us and refuse to sell it we were back this morning to pick up what seemed to be only one of two figures that they had. Watch and see if Conner breaks this one as he almost previously broke the original Freeze Blade.

Who do you prefer? Regular Freeze Blade or Nitro Freeze Blade?

 

 

 

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Stink Bomb – Character Review

Stink Bomb - Character ReviewStink Bomb  is a new Swappable Life Skylander with the Sneak ability for Skylanders Swap Force. His sneak ability allows him to unlock certain Sneak zone challenges on some of the main game levels. He is a green ninja skunk armed with throwing stars while wearing some light armor. His arms and legs have some wooden guards covered in spikes. He stands ready to throw one of his throwing stars while he has a couple more attached to his shirt . It seems pretty obvious that he will have a ranged attack in his arsenal. Overall he looks like a ninja ready for battle. Even though we already have a ninja character in Ninja Stealth Elf, Stink Bomb certainly holds his own unique look and feel.

Stink Bomb does start with a throwing star attack that can damage enemies at medium range. He also starts with a skunk cloud attack that allows him to go invisible and to damage enemies with the cloud. His upgrades are pretty much what you would expect. His throwing star attack can be upgraded to do more damage or to throw more stars at once. His Skunk Cloud can be upgraded to grow larger and to leave a trail behind as he moves. He also has the ability to add an attack that will knock back his enemies. His attacks are not too flashy or too unusual. His Skunk Cloud is about the most unique attack he has, but it is similar to Stealth Elf’s invisibility with some added damage bonus.

As a swappable character there are two different upgrade paths to choose, one for his body and one for his legs. The body paths let you focus either on adding a shield to the throwing star attack, or adding a poisoned acorn attack to knock his enemies back. We chose the Art of Skunk-Fu Path which adds the shield ability to the throwing stars attack. The throwing stars attack is our most used attack. It’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s ranged. The leg paths involve adding a second skunk cloud attack or adding an option to leave spike traps behind to damage enemies. Both leg paths seem to do the same thing by passively damaging enemies as they move through the traps. But overall neither leg path is extremely devastating or interesting.

Stink Bomb also has two soul gem abilities. One enhances the throwing stars to do more critical damage, and the other allows Stink Bomb to stay invisible even after attacking enemies from the Skunk Cloud. The “invisible after attacking” ability sounds cool, but he never seems to stay invisible for very long after the attack. So after a while it just feels like a pointless upgrade. These soul gem attacks are slightly useful, but they are not as devastating or over the top as other character’s soul gem abilities.

Overall Stink Bomb is a decent character who is very useful at a distance but I don’t find myself gravitating to use Stink Bomb much outside of completing Sneak Challenges.

7 out of 10

 

Stink Bomb Video Review

 

Stink Bomb’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:140  Max Health270
Defense: 85  Speed43
Speed:150  Armor12
Luck:15  Critical Hit6
  Elemental Power25

Stink Bomb’s Attacks

Body Attacks
Skunk-Fu StarsPress Attack 1 to throw small stars that can damage enemies at long rangeFree
One-Inch PalmPress Attack 3 to deliver a powerful palm attack that knocks away enemies.300 Gold
Noxious NinjaPress Attack 1 to throw Skunk-Fu Stars that do increased damage.800 Gold
Sweeping Kung-FuHold Attack 1 to charge handfuls of Skunk-Fu Stars, release to damage enemies in all directions.1000 Gold
The Art of Skunk-Fu Path
Skunk-Fu ShieldSweeping Skunk-Fu creates a whirling shield that damages nearby enemies.1500 Gold
Skunk-Fu MasterSkunk-Fu Shield does increased damage2000 Gold
The Art of Acorns Path
Acorn AccuracyHold Attack 3 to charge a powerful poisoned acorn, release to shoot it at enemies.1500 Gold
Skunk EyeAn ancient aiming technique makes acorn attacks do increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Master-Star TechniquePress Attack 1 to throw Master Stars that have a higher chance to critically hit.3500 Gold
Leg Attacks
Skunk CloudPress Attack 2 to go invisible and damage enemies with a large obscuring cloud.Free
Hidden TailPress Attack 2 while invisible to perform a tail attack that does a large amount of damage to enemies.300 Gold
Sporting StripesSpeed is increased.800 Gold
Skunking AroundPress Attack 2 to go invisible and leave a skunk cloud on the ground that damages enemies.1000 Gold
Skunk Cloud Controller Path
Rolling FogUp to two skunk clouds can be active at one time.1500 Gold
Cloudy ConcoctionSkunk cloud does increased damage.2000 Gold
Sneaky Tricks Path
Sneaky TacticsMove forward slowly to cause pointy objects to be left behind that slow and damage enemies.1500 Gold
Pain in the FootSneaky Tactics does increased damage.2000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Stealth SkunkRemain invisible even after attacking enemies.3500 Gold
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