Battling Is Just Criminal – Superheroes 2

A few quick tips on the battle system in the Superheroes 2 event.

The Muscles/Brains/Tech attributes are basically a rock-paper-scissors game (but sadly not Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock). Muscle beats Brains, Brains beats Tech, and Tech beats Muscle. Your Fighter will deal double damage to the Felon if you “beat” them. As far as I can tell that just means damaging 2 Hearts instead of just 1.

My second tip is to line up your Fighters for the hardest pairing. So, let’s say that you’re up against 3 Felons with the middle Felon having 3 Hearts while the other two have 1 Heart. Even if the first Felon up is Brains, you’ll want to set up your first Fighter to go against the middle Felon, who might be Tech, so choose Brains as your first Fighter. Basically ignore the first Felon and focus on the hardest Felon in the group. Since you always go first you can safely ignore being on the weaker end of the pairing. Switching causes you to lose your first punch, which will probably cause you avoidable damage.

Clear enough? Need pics? Ask questions below.

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18 comments on “Battling Is Just Criminal – Superheroes 2

  1. vanessamy2542 says:

    🖖

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    • simp7fan says:

      🦎

      And if that doesn’t show up for you (and it doesn’t for me)…
      🐲

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      • vanessamy2542 says:

        David, help me out here! You can see my Spock emoji, right?

        And simp: ✂️. Oh wait, did I lose already? Okay, what beats water balloon? (Hah, will you get this?)

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        • simp7fan says:

          Lol, no idea.

          You win for even trying.

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          All I see is a couple of nerds. Spock? The Big Bang Theory? Live long and proper. 🖖😛😉

          (Yes, I can see the Spock emoji and yes, I messed up the quote on porpoise.)

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        • vanessamy2542 says:

          All I know about Star Trek is from watching The Big Bang Theory…

          You don’t like it, I suppose? (it = TBBT)

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          I’m not a big fan, no.

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        • simp7fan says:

          That’s okay….. I liked the early seasons more than the middle and way more than the current seasons. I thought it was cool how geeky it was, where they’d actually use theorems or algorithms in the show as part of the plot (even if I didn’t understand them). Now they don’t really do that anymore and it’s mostly about relationships and sex. Still not too bad compared to other shows. If you didn’t watch it from the beginning then you might not find it interesting at all.

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          I had never watched an episode until they started airing the reruns in syndication. I never made a point to watch them but I did see a few episodes and it was always “new” to me. There were some funny moments and I liked it well enough to watch occasionally but it never became a habit. Maybe if I’d been watching from the beginning it would have been more habit forming.

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        • simp7fan says:

          Maybe a sequential viewing would have helped. I get much more sucked in to shows when I do that…even if they’re bad. Catching a random show, even if it’s a good one isn’t as inspiring.

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          100% agree. There’s been a few (bad) shows I continued to watch, only because I had been watching them. Even a show like the Office. Loved the first few seasons but at some point it stopped being funny (or at least as funny). I still liked it ok, just not as much. And since I’d been there from the start I wanted to see what was going to happen to the characters I’d been watching for so long. Then the last couple seasons were pretty bad and it might have been better to just stop completely, but by then, it was too late! lol (And I would not call the Office a “bad” show, just made a good example.)

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        • simp7fan says:

          I don’t think I ever saw the last seasons of the Office. hah. I probably will at some point, but it was that disconcerting when they lost Michael Scott (for whatever reason they gave) and gave the office to Dwight….but then kicked him out for Andy!? I just couldn’t put my heart into it especially since Andy was anger management alumni he shouldn’t really be running things. Either way, the show was built around Michael even if the other characters were interesting.

          Whoops, that’s not why you brought that up. 😉

          I did finish Dexter even though one season was so obviously structured that it lacked the emotion of the past seasons…and they so misstepped with some of the cool things that the later seasons did explore until the final season. But when you know that you’re more than halfway there you just have to finish.

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          Dexter is another good example. The first season was really good and I enjoyed it through the trinity killer season (was that he fourth?). After that, not so much. But I finished it!

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        • simp7fan says:

          That was the first season I watched (on Free Preview Showtime). Then I watched it from the beginning. That fourth season was probably the best, yeah. The showrunner changed after that season. That season ended basically like it was the series finale…because it kinda was. Let’s never speak of the later seasons again. 😛

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        • Davidbo33 says:

          LOL-agreed!

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  2. simp7fan says:

    Hmm, I’m not sure if this strategy still works the more hearts the Felons have. I haven’t had a single heart Felon in a bit, now they’re mostly 2 or 3 hearts. The total hearts possible is 5. Hmm…

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  3. Davidbo33 says:

    I did a battle in your town last night. Did you get any notification about it or some benefit? I haven’t had anything in my town but I don’t know if that means nobody battled me or if nothing is suppose to happen.

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