Justice
Evénement
Cost: 0.
Resource:

Interruption de héros: quand n'importe quelle quantité de menaces est censée être placée sur une manigance, vous subissez une quantité égale de dégâts à la place.

Boîte de base #61.
De Grandes Responsabilités
Reviews

I'll provide my opinion of the card in solo play first, and then in multiplayer.

Solo

This is a terrible solo player card. It can only be used in your hero form as a hero interrupt. But the villain will be not be placing threat on the scheme when you are in your hero form. He will be attacking you instead. They will only be scheming in your alter-ego form. But you can't play this card at that moment. You can take a damage to keep a single threat off of the agenda in hero form when playing this single player during the first step of the sequence. There is a chance that the villain will scheme off of the card you draw each round, but that is a very unlikely situation and you won't keep this card in hand anticipating it, so that's not really a helpful argument.

In comparison to Emergency, you also have a 0 resource event that can be played in one of your two forms. Except you do not have to take a damage to prevent the threat from accumulating.

I wouldn't include both of the cards mentioned and in solo play the Emergency would come out on top for me as an option.

Multiplayer

Multiplayer is a different scenario. This is where Great Responsibility starts to take over as a better option. Emergency doesn't scale, but the opportunity for Great Responsibility increases with the number of players in the game. This card gets better with multiple people because when you are in hero form, but they are in alter-ego form you can stop a good chunk of threat being placed on a scheme. I think this is a good option for 3-4 players and it is better on characters that can really take the hits (or even want to : She-Hulk)

You might even be able to take it as damage and survive on a big spike, but if you have to take one for the team, it might be worth it based on the other options and the end of the scenario when things are getting tight. You can't take a portion of it, so if 5 threat are put on that could sting if you wanted to prevent it. If you need to take the hit then rest next turn that is also an option if it keeps the game going.

Solo - Not good, and even with the limited group of cards you would be better off not taking it.

Multiplayer - A solid option to prevent some serious threat that could be placed while an ally is taking their villain phase in their alter-ego form.

Note: If this also could empty a scheme that was just placed on the board that turn, that would tilt me a little bit towards it being better in solo, but I don't believe that the rules would agree with that thought pattern. But if you draw a scheme off the deck and you could take 2-3 damage to immediately remove that scheme so it really never hits the board, that could be worth including for single player.

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