Wanda the mother of nature and funny faces

Present time

Don’t get Wanda worked up; she’ll start cracking you up! Wanda likes to play tricks on people in the woods. Whenever you hear about a horror story in the woods, Wanda was usually behind it.  

Origin story

Wanda grew up with her fellow forest elves in the woods. Forest elves like to stick to their kind and do not mingle well with humans. Wanda, however, was always curious whenever she heard travellers where near the encampment. She knew the woods like the back of her hand and fashioned herself a few scary wooden masks. When it got darker, she ventured out by herself and played tricks on the travellers that scared them enough to leave the forest. 

One night leaving the camp, she didn’t notice one of the other elves following her. The elf reported back what he witnessed to the rest of the encampment. Instead of penalizing her, the head of the forest elves crowned her their guardian. 

Recruitment into the Bad Samaritans 

As the years went by, the forest got destroyed, forest elves had no other alternative than to mingle with the rest of the world. Wanda felt quite disconnected from this type of lifestyle, but one day found a pamphlet. The piece of paper had a big picture of The Chimp on it, stating; we want you! For Bad Samaritans. The instructions on the back read: Are you a misfit looking for some healthy competition? Come audition for us! 

Wanda went to the address listed on the back, and fit right in.     

Ability

+2 power to all cards with nature powers on it. Draw an extra card if you have this character at the start of the game.

 Tip: If you have a card with a nature power on it, the card gets +2 to its power level. Say it has Fire, Nature and Wind; the card will also have +2 when using its fire or wind power.

  

Meet the makers

It all started when Gils decided to create a superhero based card game. The idea was to have a game based on scenarios (problems) and having superpowers in your hand that you would need to solve them. With his very twisted brain, Gils quickly created cards that didn`t fit in a game of heroes. It was soon decided that this was not a game of justice but a game of injustice!

Vincent joined the team because of his many years of experience as an illustrator and graphic designer. The two cousins decided to catch up, and when Vincent played the game, he was hooked and couldn’t resist drawing such an artistic game.

GET IN TOUCH

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Contact us at thechimp@bad-samaritans.com

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