A Attack Tile is a tile which, while on the board, adds damage after a round to the enemy or player team. A attack tile is represented by a fist icon inside the tiles .
- Attack tiles for a team will do damage after that team's turn.
- Attack tile damage is calculated after the tiles on the board are changed or destroyed. Destroyed Attack tiles do not deal damage at the end of the turn.
- Attack tile attacks have their damage modified by Strike Tiles and enemy Protect Tiles. If there are multiple Attack tiles, strike damage is only added once per turn. Likewise, Protect strength is only computed once on the total attack.
- Even if every character on the team is stunned, attack tiles will still deal damage to the opponent.
If there are both Strike tiles and Attack tiles in play, it is usually preferable to have most of the strength in the Strike tiles. The post-round damage is unaffected by the distribution of strength, but during the round, Strike tiles add damage and Attack tiles do not.
Playable Characters that can place Attack tiles Edit
- Beast (Classic) -- random Attack/Protect/Strike
- Blade (Daywalker)
- Doctor Doom (Classic)
- Doctor Octopus (Otto Octavius)
- Human Torch (Classic)
- Iron Fist (Immortal Weapon)
- Psylocke (Classic)
- The Punisher (Dark Reign)
- Storm (Mohawk)
- Ant-Man (Scott Lang)
- Carnage (Cletus Kasady)
- Ghost Rider (Johnny Blaze)
- Jean Grey (All New X-Men) -- random Attack/Protect/Strike
- Moon Knight (Marc Spector)
- Professor X (Charles Xavier)
- War Machine (James Rhodes)
- Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes)
- Jean Grey (Phoenix) -- creates enemy Attack tiles
- Steve Rogers (First Avenger)
- The Hulk (Bruce Banner)
Playable Characters that interact with Attack tiles specifically Edit
- Venom (Eddie Brock) -- increases enemy Attack tile strength as a drawback