Why are Cuisinarts called that?

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Why are Cuisinarts called that?

Postby Xfing » Apr 15 2017, 11:57

Are they connoisseurs of cuisine or something? :D

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Re: Why are Cuisinarts called that?

Postby Avonu » Apr 15 2017, 13:24

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Because they cut your team like their namesake. ;)

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Re: Why are Cuisinarts called that?

Postby Macros the Black » Apr 16 2017, 13:28

http://mightandmagic.wikia.com/wiki/Cuisinart_(MM2)

Cuisinarts are incredibly strong, capable of dealing an average of about 2000 points or more of damage per round to their opponents. They also have the deadly frenzy ability which allows them to attack up to six party members at once with a similar damage output (though special attacks can be resisted for reduced damage), at the cost of the Cuisinart's own life.

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