Bakemono Bushi

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Background

Mothers often warn their children whilst young 'don’t wander off or the Bakemono will get you!' said more in jest than warning.
Little did they know that the monsters of fable would soon become reality.When in numbers the Bakemono appear fearless and swarm forward from the shadows, a tide of hate intent on drowning those before them.
The will of the brave faltering and the sky darkening is often a prelude to their appearance.


Model type(s):


Melee Weapons(s):

Weapon Melee Strenght Traits Special Abilities
Improvised Weapons -1 - Combo Attack (1)

Trait(s):

Camouflage (4"), Cowardly, Tiny


Ki Feat(s):

  • None

Unique Effect(s):

  • None

In-Game

Bakemono Bushi are good all-rounders in a Bakemono Horde. They are more offensively oriented, even if that function is rarely utilized. Their major advantage is their cheapness and flexibility, but they can accomplish absolutely devastating attacks if ignored by your opponent.


Strengths

  • Can punch above their weight if ignored by the enemy, or with support. Bushi are great finishers on out-numbered, exhausted, or surprised enemies, as you can Ki Boost their Melee Stat and then buy Combo-Attack (1). This can result in unexpected, and devastating, attacks
  • Low cost, flexible, and disposable. Do not be afraid to use your Bakemono in suicidal ways if it stops your opponent from scoring

Weaknesses

  • Expensive Ki Boost for their Melee Stat, but you'll often want to pay it to get damage through
  • Negative modifier to their To-Damage Roll, typical of most Bakemono
  • Like all other 'Horde' Bakemono, they pay a 2-3 Rice additional cost to use "Summon from the Shadows"
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