Knockout Terrafin – Character Review

Knockout Terrafin Character ReviewKnockout Terrafin is a Series 3 Earth Skylander for Skylanders Swap Force. He has appeared in each of the three games so far. For Swap Force he comes bundled with the Fiery Forge Battle Pack but he can also be bought separately. Being a Series 3 Skylander gives him a couple of advantages over his Series 1 counterpart. (Note: Series 2 Skylanders have the same extra abilities). First he is granted an extra attack upgrade called a “Wow Pow!” which the Series 1 Skylander does not have. This is usually the most expensive attack upgrade and is quite powerful. The second advantage is that you can switch upgrade paths after you have chosen a path to upgrade. Normally with series 1 characters you cannot switch paths without resetting the entire character.

Knockout Terrafin is a land shark. He has the unique ability to be able to burrow through the ground as if he was swimming. Knockout Terrafin is a rather plain looking Skylander. He is a two tone dark and light grey like a shark with arms and legs. The only exciting thing about the character are these two huge Wolverine-like brass knuckle claw gauntlets that he wears. It shows that he is a melee focused Skylander with some mean punching power. He wears no other armor or really has any other menacing looking features. Overall his look is a little bland and boring.

Even though Terrafin’s looks lack some flash, he does have a couple interesting and useful attacks. First he can burrow underground. This is a nice ability that allows him to escape easily when he gets surrounded. He can then use his heavy punches to work his way back through a large group of enemies. He can also unlock an upgrade that allows him to send out mini-sharks that can do some long distance damage. They can also help distract enemies so that Terrafin can move to get a better angle on his attack. Most of his other upgrades revolves around making his punches stronger, punching more enemies, adding new punching combos or adding speed. Despite this he can still be very useful in battle with a no nonsense attitude.

Overall Terrafin is a solid character. He lacks some flash and a lot of his upgrades are very basic. But he does have a few very helpful moves that makes him worth owning. However, if you already have a previous version, there is nothing new about this version that makes him worth a purchase.

5 out of 10

Knockout Terrafin’s Video Review

 

Knockout Terrafin’s Stats

    Card Stats
In Game Stats
Attack:100  Max Health310
Defense: 100  Speed35
Speed:50  Armor18
Luck:70  Critical Hit6
  Elemental Power25

Knockout Terrafin’s Attacks

All Attacks
PunchPress Attack 1 to punch the enemy. Press Attack 1, Attack 1, Hold Attack 1 to perform a comboFree
Earth SwimPress Attack 2 to burrow and while underground, press Attack 1 to perform a Belly Flop.Free
Brass KnucklesPunch attacks do more damage.500 Gold
Mega Belly FlopBelly Flop does increased damage and affects a larger area.700 Gold
Feeding FrenzyPress Attack 3 to spawn mini-sharks that burrow and latch onto enemies.900 Gold
Multi Target PunchesPunch attack hits multiple enemies.1200 Gold
Sandhog Path
Master Earth SwimmerIncreased speed while burrowing.1700 Gold
Homing FrenzyMini-sharks home in on enemies and do extra damage.2200 Gold
RazorfinWhile burrowed, your dorsal fin does damage to enemies.3000 Gold
Brawler Path
PugilistPress Attack 1, Attack 1, Hold Attack 2 for Body Slam. Press Attack 1, Attack 1, Hold Attack 3 for Uppercut.1700 Gold
Spiked KnucklesAll punch attacks do even more damage.2200 Gold
Frenzy ShieldYou launch mini-sharks at enemies who damage you.3000 Gold
Soul Gem Ability
Surface FeederCollect power-ups while burrowed.4000 Gold
Wow Pow!
Have You Met My KidsWhile burrowed, press Attack 3 to launch at enemies and hit them with a claw swipe move as well as with mini-shark allies.5000 Gold

 

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