We’ve become super violent and aggressive toward one another over the last couple of years. Which is why it is a perfect time to re-enter the Superfight Ring! TWO WILL ENTER, ONE WILL … LEAVE?



Superfight is a game where you argue with your friends over ridiculous fights. The game is very simple. It’s fun for all levels and kinds of players. The main deck consists of 500 cards, split between character cards (white cards), and powers and weaknesses (black cards). These cards are used to create fights like this: A kindergarten class that breathes fire and is wearing jetpacks vs. A pirate swinging a shark on a chain and riding a Segway. As you can imagine, the arguments over who would win the fight are epic and hilarious.


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  1. This is a tough match-up. Both the trapper and the sushi chef have killed animals and have knowledge of anatomy. The trapper has woodcraft that would augment his tux-armor and help him evade the chef (and possibly sneak up on them), but in the end I have to give it to the one with offensive weapons. With unlimited arrows, eventually the chef is going to manage to get a headshot on the trapper and take them down.

  2. The trapper has Survival skills, is probably armed in some way AND has the impenetrable tuxedo. The sushi chef has decent knife skills, but who knows how accurate he is with his bow, especially against a moving target with incredible defence. I have to go with the trapper on this one.

  3. My vote goes to the trapper, even if the sushi chef is trained in the use of his bow. The trapper’s job gives him better situational awareness. He would use the environment to better advantage, and the tuxedo would protect him long enough for him to MacGyver a cunning snare.

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