Name: Ant-Man (Scott Lang)
MSFN Score: 62.50
Where to Farm?: Blitz Store
MSFN Thoughts: While Ant-Man has a good ability kit, he currently does not have a viable team to call home. He does have some synergy with Wasp and can be thrown together with other team-less characters. At the moment, I do not recommend investing resources into this character.
Tags: Hero, Global, Tech, Controller, Avenger, Covert
In Game Bio: A master thief skilled at disabling powerful opponents with the help of his Pym Particle powered suit.
|Basic Ability||Scrappy Fighter|
Attack primary target for 270% damage + copy a positive effect from the target to Self + clear the copied effect.
If Wasp is an ally, she also gains the copied effect.
Level Required: 65
|Special Ability||Gum Up the Works|
Attack primary target for 220% damage + always apply Ability Block for 2 turns.
This attack cannot be dodged or blocked.
Level Required: 68
Attack all enemies for 140% damage + apply Slow to primary target. If Wasp is an ally, attack all enemies for 170% damage instead + apply Slow for 2 turns to primary target.
Apply Slow to all additional targets.
Level Required: 70
|Passive Ability||Escape Plan|
On Spawn, apply Evade to Wasp if she is an ally.
On Turn, 15% chance to gain Evade + 15% chance to gain Assist Now.
Level Required: 64
Marvel Character Bio:
Scott Lang was an electronics expert who could not support his family members doing fix function so he converted his talent to burglary. Apprehended, he served his prison sentence and was paroled in three years for good behavior. Lang had furthered his studies of electronics while in prison and was soon hired by Stark International to work in its design department.
When his little girl was determined as having a severe congenital cardiovascular system issue, Lang sought the aid of doctor Dr. Erica Sondheim, whom he believed to have been held prisoner at Cross Technological Enterprises. Desperate to help his daughter, Lang decided to resort to burglary. Breaking into the New Jersey home of Dr. Henry Pym, Lang stole his Ant-Man uniform and a shrinking gas canisters. Unknown to him, Pym observed the theft and in his current disguised as Yellow Jacket, followed Lang, curious to see what use he would do with the paraphernalia.
Garbed as Ant-Gentleman, Lang shattered into cross and uncovered Doctor. Sondheim was indeed being held prisoner by Darren Cross, president of Cross Technological Enterprises, who needed her expertise to correct his own heart condition. Rescuing her and defeating Cross, Lang was relieved when Sondheim was able to save the life of his daughter. Lang intended to return the Ant-Man costume to its owner and turned himself in, but Henry Pym, aware the use which Lang put the stolen goods, offered to let him keep them, provided he put them to lawful use.
Since that period, Lang has dawned the Ant-Man outfit for various functions to support Iron Man, the Avengers, or perhaps the regulation, even though he still thinks about himself a part time costume criminal offense fighter.