At the time of the Los Santos regime, flamenco was seen as an act of civil resistance. Apparently not only did the heel clicking seriously wind up the dictator but it was also a way for the resistance to pass on messages in Morse code. So suffice to say that the guerrilla movement owes much of its success to the frenzied and frenetic dancing of the island's proud dancers. So if today La Salerosa still proudly takes to the ring donning the traditional costume she wore during the revolution, it’s so no one forgets the courage of the Los Santos artists who brought the regime to its knees!
- Puño hechizero de la Malagueña: Gain 100 Life Points with La Salerosa
Advantages & Disadvantages
- Her base damage is 3, but becomes 5 with fury, allowing you to 2HKO with other members of Huracan.
- Her ability gives you two life back for each damage you inflict on your opponent, meaning you could gain up to 10 life back.
- The minimum for her ability is 20, which is very high.
- Her ability makes her a very good bluff against your opponent.
- The clan bonus increases her attack by the amount of life you have, which helps in low-pill fights.
- Her ability also helps with other clan members in your hand, since she gains life back for each damage she inflicts.
- Her base stats are 6/3, which is low for a 5*.
- She is weak against SoA, since she can't gain life back.
- She is also weak against SoB, since she can't gain any attack.
- She is very weak against all-stops.
- She is also weak against damage reduction, since the lower her damage, the fewer life points she gets back.
- She is a 5*, so she makes room in your deck.
- She has competition from the other 5* in Huracan.
- She is the first female Huracan to be released since the release of Irwigo.
- Her name is based on the famous song, Malagueña Salerosa. A Malagueña is a traditional Spanish rhythm.
- According to the artist, her look was inspired by Jaycee from the Tekken series.