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Hot Grease - which evolution?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by feffe, Nov 13, 2018.

  1. feffe

    feffe Super Cool Bird

    Starting this thread in advance as a placeholder, the question will surely rise very soon after the Thanksgiving event 2018 is live.
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  2. Redwing

    Redwing Super Cool Bird

    Chop, Chop, Chop looks pretty bad on paper - Matilda magnetize-like beam effect (3218 base damage), however it damages player health by 1.5% (but can't fall to 0) for every pig affected. Only good as a finisher, which kind of makes her useless on any team.

    Mad Mobile has similar magnetize effect for much less damage (base 2002), but spawns a bomb for each affected pig. Might make her useful in dungeons and Event levels.
  3. Jordy

    Jordy Hatchling

    To illustrate the above:

    Attached Files:

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  4. Redwing

    Redwing Super Cool Bird

    Also, regarding the above illustration, Mad Mobile has the 'Bird Villain' tag - useful for those trying to progress through current MPDC.
  5. RemixFTW

    RemixFTW Moderator

    Not exactly another game changer unless the magnet effect is large enough to compete against Matilda. The Chop Chop Chop evolution is atrocious for event stages since you’ll need lots of health to survive if you want Master Grease or Master Turkey.
  6. Redwing

    Redwing Super Cool Bird

    Might just be a case of getting one regular and one master 'Mad Mobile' and hoping HG (and ABE) returns next year to complete the set.
  7. Epic Buttstomp

    Epic Buttstomp Motherflocker

    " damages player health by 1.5%". Is that my health or opponent health in PvP?

    I am sure the Russian blog or elsewhere will have videos for that.
  8. Annie14

    Annie14 Tiny Birdy

  9. feffe

    feffe Super Cool Bird

    Went with "Mad Mobile" on the regular one I hatched (needed at least one more bird villain tagged bird) . The beam is as wide as Matildas, but don't know if the suction is equal to Matildas Magnetise yet. The bombs that drops are the black small bombs with a timer of 2, which really makes it hard to use Chuck for the next two turns..
  10. Nyk

    Nyk Motherflocker

    I went with Chop Chop Chop. P1 SS4
  11. Beaky Hatcher

    Beaky Hatcher Hatchling

    You picked up a health pack so you can't see what the damage quote is ... Can you repost a video without the health pack?
  12. Nyk

    Nyk Motherflocker

    So it seems pointless to use this bird. The more pigs you hit, you die.
  13. Epic Buttstomp

    Epic Buttstomp Motherflocker

    Why will anyone want an evo that can kill yourself. In event levels with boosts the damages you will take is kind of crazy.
    I suspects Chuck will be hard to use in the higher levels as we will for sure get Obstacles Hell.

    I will go with Mad Mobile then. I have stocked up enough in white and some other colors to get him prestige. Once I put him in place of Matilda, I will know. And hopefully not regret.
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2018
  14. Chrisgold1

    Chrisgold1 Hatchling

    Where does it show you will get Master Cold Turkey?
  15. Epic Buttstomp

    Epic Buttstomp Motherflocker

    lvl 85 has a master bird..... Seems to be Master Hot Grease
  16. Chrisgold1

    Chrisgold1 Hatchling

    That's Master Hot Grease right at 85?
  17. Melchid

    Melchid Tiny Birdy

    it doesn't even reduce enemy's health :confused::confused::confused:

    This evo could receive the reward for worst SS in ABE history
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  18. Melchid

    Melchid Tiny Birdy

    No Master Cold Turkey with the 85 levels, only master Hot Grease. feels bad.
  19. Genghis

    Genghis Hatchling

    Doesn't mean it won't go up to 90 .
  20. Greg Nixon

    Greg Nixon Motherflocker

    Went chop chop on the regular, sitting at 100 unevolved, ss8. The damage you take is very small, beam is as wide as Matilda, not quite the same suction, at 400% packs a pretty healthy punch.

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