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Kabula


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Card Info


Title: Kabula
Cost:

2 coins

Quantity:

x1

Play:

Play when an opponent uses the Bullet Bill card.

Description:

Negate all effects of the Bullet Bill card.

Notes

Kabula Ė the character, not the card Ė has changed quite a lot since War of the Fanboys first debuted. The Great Fox, followed by Bullet Bill, and finally Kabula, were all conceptualized very early when designing the game. It was imagined that if Bullet Bill were fired into the sky at the Great Fox, the blimp, Kabula, could be flown out to intercept it, sacrificing herself to save those onboard the Fox. Controlling this card is very important if a player plans to pilot the starship.

The artwork portrays the new and improved Kabula as she appears in Kirby Super Star Ultra, the DS remake of the SNES game. Kabula has been personified in this game, making it more painful to sacrifice her to Bullet Bill. Perhaps Kabula sees the Great Fox as a role model, and cannot bear to see it destroyed by enemy Fanboys. Perhaps itís just a sense of duty.

Clarifications



Lakitu vs Kabula: Can a player use Lakitu on Bullet Bill, even if Iíve just used Kabula to intercept it?

When Bullet Bill is played, Kabula always takes priority over Lakitu. Lakitu may still be used, but Kabula would be the top card on the discard pile at this point.




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owned by the copyright holder, likely
Nintendo or its affiliates, unless otherwise
stated. It is believed that its use here falls under
fair use guidelines.

Previous Versions

Kabula was spelled Kaboola when WotF 1.0 was created. The card was called Kaboola Intercept, though as many of the card names were changed to specify only the character or item they represented, the word intercept was dropped. This artwork came from Kirbyís Dream Land on the GameBoy, the first game in the Kirby series.

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