Dude • Draw 1 • Influence 2 • Cost 4 • Upkeep 1

While Ulysses is at a Saloon, the Saloon gets 1 additional control point.

Noon: If Ulysses is at a Saloon, move another dude at the same location to the town square booted.

• Jonathan Moore • New Town, New Rules #7
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Pros:

4 Ghost Rock cost to play with only one upkeep is not too bad of a cost.

Ulysses' noon ability is incredibly useful. Steven Wiles can't come over to disrupt the Saloon that Ulysses is holding down. You can kick out your opponent's Clementine Lepp where she'll be a sitting duck to a shootout. And you don't have to boot Ulysses to do it!

Boosting control points is always nice.

When Ulysses is in the Town Square, your opponent should be a little wary of playing any Saloons.

Cons:

1 draw isn't exactly a lot of firepower, but it's better than nothing.

If your opponent isn't running any Saloons and you haven't got any of your own out, then Ulysses isn't doing anything for you. You basically have to park Ulysses at a Saloon in order for him to be useful. He's pretty one dimensional.

Overall:

Just like Kyle Wagner for the MCC, Ulysses will get better as more Saloons get released. For now, he's an auto-include if you're playing any Saloons. If you're not playing Saloons, he can still be considered as a one-of to harass your opponent's Saloon deeds.

Rating: 3 / 5