First Appearance: Sentinels of the Multiverse: Shattered Timelines
Who she is: A time traveling pirate captain of the La Paradoja Magnifica
Initial Side: Time Corsair
Innate Power (Initial Side): Whenever a hero card is destroyed by a villain card, put it under this card. At the end of the villain turn, La Capitan deals the hero target with the highest HP (H), where H is equal to the number of heroes, minus 1 projectile damage.
Advanced Power (Initial Side): At the start of the villain turn, destroy a hero ongoing or equipment card.
Villain Cards that Begin Game in Play: La Paradoja Magnifica (15 HP): At the end of the villain turn, play the top card of the villain deck. At the start of the villain turn, shuffle the villain trash into the villain deck.
How she flips to her other side: If there are 3 or more cards under this card.
Nemesis: The Sentinels
Second Side: Split Across Time
Innate Power (Second Side): At the start of the villain turn, each villain target regains X HP, where X = the number of cards under this card. Whenever La Capitan would be dealt damage, move a card from under this card to the appropriate trash. If you do, prevent that damage. At the end of the villain turn, if there are no cards under this card, flip La Capitan’s villain character cards.
Advanced Power (Second Side): The first time La Capitan would be dealt damage each round, redirect that damage to the non-villain target with the highest HP.
Most Fiendish Ongoing Card: Maria Helena’s Revenge: Whenever a villain target is destroyed, La Captain deals each hero target (H) minus 1 psychic damage.
Most Fiendish One-Shot Card: Temporal Thief: Put the top card of each hero deck under La Capitan’s villain character card. La Capitan deals each hero target 1 psychic damage.
Most Fiendish Villain Target Card: The Amazing Mable (6HP): This card is immune to melee damage. At the end of the villain turn, destroy a hero ongoing or equipment card. At the start of the villain turn, play the top card of the villain deck.
How to Defeat La Capitan: La Capitan’s deck revolves around discarding hero cards and placing them under her villain card. If she gets three cards under her villain card, she flips over. You don’t want her to do that.
Several heroes (Omnitron-X for example) have game mechanics that allow them to destroy equipment cards, so if there are any hero equipment cards under La Capitan’s villain card, you can thin out the stack. You could pair this tactic with manipulating the villain deck – which is always a good thing.
If La Capitan does flip, you’ll want to use cards and powers that have multiple occurrences of damage. The hero cards beneath her villain card block any amount of damage. Focus on getting rid of those cards by striking her several times.
La Capitan also has a lot of villain targets in her deck. You’ll want at least one hero with some great global effects to mow down these guys. Tempest, Tachyon, and Omnitron-X have plenty of damage to burn.