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Skylanders Spyro's Adventure Triple Character Pack (Drobot, Flameslinger, Stump Smash)
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Each character in the game has their own element, which are needed for unlocking restricted bonus areas (which usually contains additional coins and hats), but aren't required to complete the game. In total, there are eight different elements: magic, earth, life, undead, fire, air, water, and tech. If you only own ANY of the starter pack (which includes the game and the "Portal of Power"), then you already have three of the elements covered: Spyro (magic), Trigger Happy (tech), and Gill Grunt (water).
Now, at the time of this writing, only 3 packs are available (I can only assume more will come in the future). The three packs are:
Drobot (tech), Flameslinger (fire), and Stump Smash (life)
Eruptor (fire), Chop Chop (undead), and Bash (earth)
Prism Break (earth), Boomer (tech), and Voodood (magic)
So if you're looking to cover each one of the elements (or want to buy the bare minimum to keep your kid happy and not tear your wallet a new one), the best choice is to go with the Eruptor, Chop Chop, and Bash pack. Then you can purchase the last two elements (life and air) separately.
If you want to get all 8 classes the cheapest route possible then buy character pack 3 (Eruptor, Chop chop, Bash) then add a single Stealth Elf (life) and a single Sonic Boom or Whirlwind. The only caveat here is I personally didn't enjoy playing any of the characters from Character pack 3 as much as the others. (note: I'm a nut and have all 32 characters)
Fair Character pack. Drobot and "Stumpy" are good early on. They are not so useful on the highest levels, because their secondary attack abilities are lacking. The action gets hot and heavy on the higher levels. Stumpy only regurgitates acorns. Any enemy running into it loses hit points but is not destroyed. In cases where it's hot and heavy you really need a dynamic secondary weapon.
In the beginning it seems like Flameslinger is going to be useless with his single arrow. With his speed and secondary ability to run in a circle around the enemies, he's able to torch anything inside that circle. Keeps him out of danger because he's running. He also has a multi-arrow attack from distance. He can stand off from danger and rain fire arrows down on the enemy.
Drobot has speed with his afterburners. He also can shoot out up to three discs in a triangle pattern Not very useful when you need accuracy in later rounds in addition to volume hits.