On Icaria Dragons are no rare thing; yet even in a world filled with these majestic and mighty beasts, Braxas is a legend. From her powerful maw flows a river of searing acid, eating its way through even the most finely-crafted armament. Her elongated body flies and twists through the air like a beautiful, dancing black ribbon of death.
Even her dragon-kin both fear her and hate her. Few have survived an encounter with Braxas. The dead are fortunate, for the survivors wake from sleep screaming, night after night, pursued by phantom yellow eyes.
- Life: 8
- Move: 6
- Range: 1
- Attack: 5
- Defense: 3
- Point Value: 210
- Poisonous Acid Breath:
Instead of attacking, you may choose up to 3 different small or medium figures within 4 clear sight spaces of Braxas. One at a time, roll the 20-sided die for each chosen figure. If the chosen figure is a Squad figure and you roll an 8 or higher, destroy it. If the chosen figure is a Hero figure and you roll a 17 or higher, destroy the chosen Hero. (since this is not an attack, engagement rules do not apply)
When counting spaces for Braxas' movement, ignore elevations. Braxas may fly over water without stopping, pass over figures without becoming engaged, and fly over obstacles such as ruins. When Braxas starts to fly, if she is engaged she will take any leaving engagement attacks.
- Greenscale Warriors: Lizard King Bonding
As a Unique Huge Dragon Hero, Braxas may benefit from the Greenscale Warriors' Lizard King Bonding ability.
Behind the Game
- Engagement Requirements for Poisonous Acid Breath
Do engagement rules apply to Poisonous Acid Breath?
No because Poisonous Acid Breath is not a Special Attack. Remember, you can use special powers and abilities that affect ranged opponents while still engaged to other opponents. (Hasbro FAQ)