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Officer Gibson

Officer Gibson

Officer Gibson

Type: Character Faction: The Agency
Cost: 1 Skill: 2 Icons: (C)
Game Text:
Immune to opponent’s triggered effects.
Flavor Text: Even the most bizarre cases left him unphased. Only one woman knew why even the most graphic gangland slaying couldn’t touch him.
Set: For the Greater Good
Number: 4



Danigral - 4 out of 5. This is a guy I'd rather put attachments on. When I have more insurance that he won't get targeted for removal I can slap that Shotgun in him and go to town. He'll be a standard in any deck that tries to have positive attachments as a focus. (Are those a thing? I don't know!)

mnBroncos - 3 out of 5. I know will get to more exciting cards soon. This guy is almost a four though he is pretty vanilla but immune is always good.
Obtuse - 3 out of 5. A solid weenie that should become a staple in the new Government decks we’ll all be making.
Kamacausey - 3 out of 5. As we all know from the excessive play that the claret knight gets, characters with immunity are very powerful. Although he's not on the same power level as the claret knight per say he will be a pain to deal with and therefore makes a solid 1 drop for agency decks to field.
livingend - 2 out of 5. Yawn. The card is fine, don’t get me wrong, but its body is just not large enough for the immunity to really matter. He’s not even immune to your own Plague Stone or Irem, which stops any conceivable form of abuse in its tracks. And when you’re getting Black Dog’d his immunity amounts to exactly squat, whereas The Terrible Old Man, a direct competitor for the same deck slot, can elude the dog nicely. Verdict: Unless you’re playing a government deck, you’re probably better off with an Agency 1 drop that actually does something.
WWDrakey & Ire - 4 out of 5. A solid 1-2x weenie, and Agency still has room for some more of those.

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