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Orphan (Cassandra Cain)




Orphan was one of the most dangerous assassins, working especially for Spyral, the criminal organization lead by the mysterious "Mother". But David Cain had other ambitions. He wanted to create the ultimate assassin and raised Cassandra, the daughter he had with Sandra Wu-San (herself expert at administering death under the name of Lady Shiva) to turn her into a deadly weapon. It was an abominable experiment that he conducted on her: from her earlier childhood, the only language he taught her was violence and combat. She was able to read her opponent's physical aptitudes, making her an expert warrior nearly impossible to surprise. Her small stature made her physical prowess even more spectacular. But Cassandra, who became Orphan herself, was not the kind to be manipulated and, even though she was able to match Batman in hand-to-hand combat, finally joined the side of the Dark Knight."

Alex Nikolavitch

Subject: Batman Gotham City Chronicles

Brand: Monolith

- Monolith

- In Batman: Gotham City Chronicles, one villain faces off against a team of heroes in one of multiple scenarios. Each hero has their own character, and they control this character by spending energy to perform actions (such as Melee and Ranged attacks, defusing bombs...) recovering more or less energy at the beginning of their turn depending on their stance. If the hero gets damaged, energy moves to a wound area, and if they lose all of their energy, then they're out of action for a while to recover their strength. Each hero has differing strengths for their abilities, and these strengths are represented by colored dice with different values; the more energy a hero spends on an ability, the more dice of that color they can roll.

The villain controls a team of henchmen and iconic villains of the Batman universe, and these characters are represented by tiles on their command board, with the characters costing 1, 2, 3, etc. energy to activate as you move left to right down the line. Once a character is activated, they move to the end of the line, boosting their cost to the maximum value should you want to use them again immediately, and decreasing the cost of the other tiles.

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