Portable Pudding is a 2-star battle card that sets the user's HP to their maximum HP. The effect is treated as neither healing nor damage.
Strategic Info[edit | edit source]
Portable Pudding is a relatively pricey battle card at 20 stars, but it can be an effective a tool for giving damaged characters a surprise advantage in combat against attackers. It works really well for characters with high HP pools, as they are healed more than most characters when using this card. Offensive characters with low defenses but higher HP pools likeand especially can also make good use of Portable Pudding, despite it's high cost. It can bait characters into attacking her, thinking her an easy target, allowing for her to turn the tables on them. Its low level requirement means it can be quickly put to use, though
Portable Pudding's high cost can make it a problematic card in the early to mid game, when 20 stars is a large investment. Players will need to be able to counter-KO their opponent or have a good reason for not being KO'd themselves in order to make up for it's cost. It may be better saved for the later game, when paying the 20 star cost would be less painful than the stars lost by being KO'd by an opportunistic foe. Characters that excel at picking off opponents for wins and stars should consider the possibility that Portable Pudding may save their targets and even allow them to deliver a devastating counterattack.
Extra Info[edit | edit source]
- Portable Pudding gives +1 to her maximum HP while she holds it. Using it in battle will remove the extra Max HP, so QP (Dangerous)'s HP will reset to 5, not 6.
- Portable Pudding is converted into while held by .
- If an overhealed player plays Portable Pudding, they will lose HP.
- Since Portable Pudding sets the user's HP rather than healing them, it is one of the few cards that allows to restore her health. The effect takes place after she loses 1 max HP due to Portable Pudding being a battle card.
- Likewise, using Portable Pudding will not reduce Maynie's Rage Counter stacks, as it is not a healing effect.
- Since the card resets HP instead of healing it, using it will not count towards the "recover 10 HP in completed games" challenge.