I would try to mix in a few other charaters, one firelord is one thing but 3 or 3 senitenals is a bit much. I bet it would be a fairly good team but all it would be is move, shoot repeat pretty boring play.
That first firelord team is 13 under I believe. Add in a Medic. Nuff said. Its not bad, but your have range issues...its not as effective as youd think.
3 Sentinels dont work either...they do not have the range, so someone taxies in say, two firelords, cripples one. The others have issues hitting 18 defenses as it is. Also note that people simply stay out of the range of the other 2 as they take down one at a time. Im unsure as of how viable a sentinel is without using con artist cheese with them.
The first team is not that bad btw, I was just pointing out some of the weaknesses. As for the 3rd one...thats not 300 either...thats over 400 there. You gotta check your point totals here.
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R firelord 66 pts
E Wasp 33 pts
R Firelord + R Wasp =99 pts, 99x3 =297, correct?
Anyway, I don't think I'd ever play a single firelord in a tournament, much less multiples. Theres' a guy at one of the venues I play who, every time, asks if anyone has 3 Firelords or 3 Sentinels he can borrow, it's pretty hilarious.
One time we were playing DC 300 pts, he built his 300 pt team and 'accidentally' threw in E Doomsday at like 167 pts ON TOP of his 300 pts. So his 300 pt team came to 467. Oops, honest mistake.
I 'might' beleive it was an honest mistake if he otherwise seemed like an honest guy, but every time we play there we catching him trying to cheat or steal at least a few times.
So anyway, now he shouldn't be asking to borrow any more Firelords cause I just traded him all 3 of mine.