Are the comic icons Bugs Bunny and Tom and Jerry the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the magical word “Mage”? Absolutely not, but then again, magic is definitely a good description of their reality-bending antics, and if you play MultiVersus and are looking to inflict damage from a distance or confuse and confuse the enemy team, then the wizards class might as well be for you.
MultiVersus mages’ combinations of moves are among the most original in all of the fighting games. Sure, it’s built around the interference of magic and ballistics, but that doesn’t mean you have to sit sadly on the sidelines and shoot and watch. The class of wizards thrives when running in circles around their rivals and with creative use of hammers, rackets, and an arsenal of rockets, you can leave the competition cumbersome and feel like Yosemite Sam or Wile E, Coyote. Rival only by the Assassin class for most innovations, the piercing possibilities offered by these characters’ portals, shooting lines, tricks and traps are endless. Victory is nothing but a pancake goal.
3 Rick Sanchez
Announced at SDCC alongside basketball legend LeBron James and grandson Morty, Burping and Cursing Rick Sanchez will enter the game in season one along with his stage, a stage musical with Cromulon heads from the Get Swifty episode.
As a wizard, we can expect his usual arsenal of futuristic weapons and his shotgun will allow Rick and his pal to teleport between portals like the bunny slots in Bug Bunny. Previews showed that unlike Bugs bunny slots, Rick could fire his beam gun through his gate to control the area and create new offensive possibilities. Battlefield also rocks Rick’s melee options, which will take advantage of his blue friend, Mr. Meseeks, to politely punch and kick Rick, giving him more range while keeping his hit chest away from the fight. With these options and more, the human-hating world is sure to be an important and diverse support for tanks and assassins fighting at close range.
2 Tom & Jerry
If tracking a single chaotic character in the hilarious bustle requires serious focus, double it if you plan to direct Tom and Jerry. These dual characters are more interested in cat-and-mouse competition than battling anyone else. Tom can launch Jerry on a controlled missile or the two can break apart, shooting corks and stacking tennis balls at each other. When separated, Jerry acts as a kind of guard tower, shooting enemies between him and Tom, but if Jerry gets too much damage, he will be sent to heaven, and you will have to wait for him to calm down. Watching this mischievous mouse is half the fun when playing Tom & Jerry and keeping your opponents in the crosshairs is the other half.
Jerry’s launching a missile to a remote location to target the enemy team or polishing your teammate by handing over a tiny mouse are two totally weird and innovative ways to play with this character. There can be no doubt that their skill ceiling is high and there are many brutal strategies to be found.
They’ve been called the most complex character in the game by the fan base, and this cartoon fighting couple are sure to be hard to master, but with their short cool-downs and a truly unique set of moves, a skilled player can use their home hell to make intimidating enemies or welcome allies. And if not, you can at least hear Tom’s famous cry when you ring.
1 rabbit flea
The spiral wabbit is known to hide underground in rabbit holes, tossing banana cream pancakes and planting some amazing kisses on its foes. In MultiVersus it is no different! Bugs Bunny’s set of moves perfectly captures the slippery trick of the rascal bunny. In classic Loony Tunes style, Bugs throw safes at their heads and fire massive ACME missiles, making Bugs fun and games to play. That’s until you use all of his specials, and you have to wait for the cooldowns – which are among the longest in the game. While waiting for Bugs’ primal weapons to recharge, the bristle bat must rely on a baseball bat and a large comic hammer to send the other team’s packages. Fortunately he hits hard and runs fast.
Although Bugs is an easier animal to work with than Tom & Jerry, his skill ceiling is still relatively high. His missiles can be wall-hung and used as platforms, while his projectiles can be used to open combos or keep opponents within a small area. High level play can involve sliding back and forth between rabbit holes to confuse opponents, using Bugs’ projectiles to trap them and landing combos left and right. Because of these tactics, bugs perform better against bruises and slower tanks while finding stiff competition against assassins and some support.
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