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Guest character from War of Indines. Illustrated by D. Hirajeta.
- "I fell from grace... I made a deal... and I was cheated."
Danny the Sinner is non-canonical. He is a guest character from "Sinner & Saint Remix" by Iron Clown Studios. His gameplay was reworked and used as the base for Voco.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
Game appearances and playstyleEdit
- Able to summon a slew of monsters to his aid in combat, Danny fights by letting these minions do his dirty work for him, keeping his distance from opponents and making the arena as hazardous to foes as possible.
Character Kit in BattleConEdit
|Ability Name||Character Version||Description|
Each turn after activating his attack, Danny may place a Monster Marker on the field on any space within his attack's range that does not contain one already.
After an opponent activates an attack, that player may remove one Monster Marker within the attack's range.
Whenever Danny makes an attack, the spaces that contain Monster Markers are included in the range of his attack, regardless of where he stands.
Danny has up to 14 monster markers. At the end of each turn, he may place an additional Monster Marker in any unoccupied space. His attacks hit all opponents standing on monster markers.
Danny has up to 14 monster markers. At the end of each turn, he may place two additional Monster Markers in any unoccupied space. His attacks hit all opponents standing on monster markers.
|* EX and Almighty effects are added to the original UA. Danny's
EX and Allmighty were posted on BoardGameGeek, here. http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/8370801#8370801
Personal Styles and BasesEdit
Additional Cards and TokensEdit
Danny's promo kit includes 7 Monster Markers. all which just have one ability: "Danny's range always includes this space."