(2 place set):
KevKev is your traditional and stereotypical scumsucking mollusc. He has an unknown andunconfirmed number of children, all of whom are called Kev. He knows how to cheat thesystem in the best ways possible and actually has more income than a middle-classfamily, despite this, he insists on wearing dirty Lacoste tracksuits and has a permanentgreasy look to his skin. Probably all the takeaway grease.
Kev seems to have a massive number of offspring, some only a few years younger thanhim. For every house you have on the brown properties (not hotels), you automaticallygain MM10 per turn. This is your income from the housing benefit owed by Kev.
Special Moves (may use one per player turn)“Geeza light, mate?”
Cost: MM40Kev is sent to loiter in an opponents property area. The locals feel harassed and disturbed by this disgusting example of the human race constantly asking people for cigarettes,change for the bus, if they have any drugs or alcohol or just generally stinking up the place. The opponent has to deal with a barrage of complaints from the locals and cannotmake any actions involving that property until their next turn. This INCLUDES gettingany income from it should another player land on the property, as they are also disgustedand complain too.
“It’s like totally mental, innit?”
Cost: MM100Disturbed by the results of the last Football (Soccer) match, Kev and his oiks take to thestreets in protest and generally cause some damage. Send Kev to any opponents propertythat has houses or hotels on it. There they will cause sufficient damage to force the owner to have to repair his properties or face having to rebuild them. Kev himself causesMM100 damage, for every house you have on the Brown properties, he gains an Oik whodoes an additional MM10’s worth of damage. The Opponent may only receive basicincome for his damaged properties (standard rent, no houses) until the repair costs aremet.