On Episode 13 of our podcast, we did a hero/villain fantasy draft. We use the terms "hero" and "villain" loosely, as we know some characters fluctuate between the two. For the draft, we decided to select six players for our team based on the following categories (the best picks will obviously be heroes/villains who can contribute to all five categories):
Strength: How strong the hero/villain is. This category is self-explanatory.
Defense: How protected the hero/villain is. The best offense is a good defense.
Speed: How fast the hero/villain is. A hero/villain may be powerful, but if they are slow then they may be at a disadvantage.
Intelligence: How smart the hero/villain is. Power is one thing, but having the intellect to use it wisely is a huge advantage.
Superpower/Special Ability: What makes the hero/villain special. What skills/weapons do they possess that differentiate them and make them harder to deal with?
Here are the results:
- Doctor Manhattan
- Iron Man
- Professor X
- The Hulk
- Green Goblin
- Ra's al Ghul
- The Joker