The Young Protectors: Double Cross Chapter Four—Page 61

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None of those sound like great options, TBH…

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So!

So! It looks like the minions are after the Shard, too, and they are decimating MacGregor’s goons.

What are our heroes supposed to do about it? What can they do?!

Tune in this Wednesday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀

 

Normally, when two groups of baddies are fighting each other, I recommend :popcorn:

In this case, however, I’d try to sneak in while they are distracted.

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Machine guns! This boss takes defense seriously.

While the ExSec option should always be considered, I suspect because of the magic-wielding minions involved here, they’d just punt it back to Spooky by default, no? What resources besides Spooky does ExSec have when dealing with magical threats? (Other than the Strangezoid clone of Spooky that Rex Ruthless is growing in a secret basement, of course.)

oh dear, a small hiccup here with the pewpews…