The Outer Rim attracts Hunters to be reckoned with, and the two new additions are no different. Meet Skora, who you’ll rely on for smuggled medicine and combat boosters. And welcome Sprocket, who can reprogram a droid faster than you can say, “Ingenious”. Get ready to welcome them to the Arena soon.
Skora is a chemistry genius. Now chemistry is a very broad subject so let’s break it down a little. Skora uses her fiendish intellect to engineer stims for allies and poisons for enemies. Skora’s personality is off-putting to some, as you can never tell what she really thinks of you. If she’s cackling, it’s a signal that she’s plotting a prank. She is exactly the kind of scum and villainy you want on your team.
Skora shoots stims through her dart gun to auto-heal her teammates. She does the same with her enemies, but she shoots poison and the darts do the opposite of heal.
Skora can also throw an Ult, which is a large canister, in the middle of a battle creating a pool that heals allies and hurts enemies.
Sprocket is a whiz kid and bonafide technical genius. He more than makes up for his lack of brawn with his quick thinking, fast reflexes, and superior technology. He’s also a passionate fan of Hunters of the Outer Rim, and his childlike enthusiasm can warm the hearts of even the toughest members of the audience. His super-advanced droids and weaponry are unmatched.
Sprocket can deploy a medical droid that gradually heals his teammates.
He also deploys a turret which targets and damages nearby enemies. In general, if you’re on the other team and you see Sprocket deploy something, run.
The Outer Rim attracts all kinds. The villains, the chemists, the slicers. Team up with these two new Hunters and set the Arena ablaze with explosive excitement. Skora and Sprocket are here to play … and win.
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