In The Negative, the Life class monsters aren’t quite how you might expect them. There are no frolicking unicorns, devout priests, or holy idols to be found here. In this world, there’s a fine line between Life and Death.
Today, we’ll take a look at the Breeder, a Life class monster that demonstrates my point rather well.
Pretty ugly, right?
As you might expect, this monster is a summoner… with a twist. The Breeder’s main goal is to give birth to a small army of explosive fetuses. Unfortunately, the Breeder must die during child birth if it’s carrying triplets.
Yeah, I don’t know. This is getting awkward. Let’s take a look at the Breeder’s skills.
Gore: Deals a small amount of damage and afflicts the target with a random debuff.
Birth: Summons a fetus bomb on the other side of the battlefield. If the fetus bomb is not destroyed in 2 turns, it explodes, dealing a moderate amount of damage to all enemies.
Foster: Summoned monsters recover a large amount of HP. (Keeps your fetus bombs alive if your enemies try to dispose of them!)
Last Word: Deals a massive amount of damage to enemies, then kills this monster.
Final Sin: When this monster is killed, it explodes, releasing 3 fetuses bombs on the other side of the battlefield. If the fetus bombs are not destroyed in 2 turns, they explode, dealing a moderate amount of damage to all enemies.
Undeath: When this monster dies, it has a 35% chance to be resurrected with a moderate amount of HP.
Urgency: Summoned monsters gain Charge 30% more quickly. (Meaning the fetus bombs will explode more quickly!)
Living Nightmare: This monster takes damage over time. In addition, at the start of battle, if this monster’s HP is less than 50%, its HP is set to 50%. (Since HP doesn’t regenerate between battles, this monster’s other abilities would cause it to always be dead. This skill helps to alleviate this issue.)
The Cycle of Life
When the Breeder dies, it gives birth to three beautiful baby triplets.
These little guys don’t do much. You probably didn’t do much when you were born, either.
But give them a few moments, and if your opponents aren’t quick enough to dispose of them…