Score: 65% -- Just about average. She does bring some good support powers to her keyword, but you also are paying for front-line attacker powers. That's risky. I wish she kept Super Strength longer, and I wish that self-damaging special powers weren't so popular with the game designers.
She pairs great with the new Blackest Night Wonder Woman. The Amazons tend to have good stats, so double Probability Control to back them up is incredible. Her damage potential is actually lower than the generics Amazons most of the time, but she can do a lot of other cool things to help hold the team together.
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Phillipus is a dial of mixed designs. It would be interesting except for her 84 point cost which makes it an issue. She starts as a simple, solid brick. Pushing off of that click brings up Probability Control but she loses Invuln and Super-Strength. Her defensive value drops to just below average which makes her a bigger target. Eventually Outwit arrives but Energy Shield / Deflection on an 84 point close-combat figure means opponent's will push to finish her off. Greatly overshadowed by her 50 point sisters (Amazons) Phillipus's role is reduced to activating their Special Power if you don't want to use Wonder Woman or Artemis. For maximum effectiveness, target weakened and weak figures with her. Amazons should focus on bigger targets. Once Phillipus is onto Prob and Outwit, hang back and support like crazy. Definitely a figure best used by advanced or gifted players.
With the updates to Leadership, Phillipus here just went from great to awesome with the possibility of non-stop action from her Amazonian posse. Teamed with WL Wonder Woman and a few other Amazons or Mighdals, your opponent will be the one screaming "Oh no! Amazons Attack!"