A very studious and hardworking student, Aylen can divide herself into as many doubles as she likes. A very useful talent for taking various courses at the same time or for reading a book while finishing off an essay. And when needs be, it means she’s always got cheap help on hand to get the shopping or housework done.
Advantages and Disadvantages
- Her base power is 7, which is good for a 5*.
- Her base damage is 5, but becomes 7 when you fury with her, allowing you to 2HKO your opponent with other members of Skeelz.
- Her ability creates a large gap between you and your opponent. While you receive 5 life points, your opponent loses 5 life points, which makes that hard to recover from.
- She fights well against damage reducers, because she will gain life points back, no matter what her damage is.
- Her ability stays activated, because of her bonus, unless she is facing an all stop.
- Her damage is low for a 5*.
- As a 5*, she takes up a lot of room in your deck.
- She has a lot of competition with the other 5* in Skeelz.
- Aylen seems to be based off of Hermione from Harry Potter. Like Hermione, Aylen is very studious, and found a way to take multiple courses at the same time (Aylen with clones, Hermione with time travel).
- She, along with Liam, were the first in the Skeelz's Space & Time class and both drawn by Fudge.
- She used to be the only female Space & Time student until Xingshu was released, five years later.
- Her power is nearly similar to the shadow clones from Naruto.
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