|Bonus||Poison 2, min 3|
|Ability||-2 Opp Damage, min 1|
|Released||October 27, 2017|
|Stats lv 1||1/1|
|Stats lv 2||7/2 (Ability activated)|
In a dark corner of the Freaks' circus, stands an abandoned tent into which only the most fearless or suicidal will venture. Once inside, those of a curious disposition can meet the doll Jezebel, who's kept firmly behind glass. However, the warning label on her display cabinet has long since disappeared, and this read, "Jezebel, the cursed doll endowed with the gift of telekinesis".
- Dolly: Block 31 damage with Jezebel.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- As a 2*, 7 base Power is high, allowing her to inflict her Bonus.
- Her Poison Bonus makes up for her relatively low Damage.
- Her Ability has a low minimum of 1, and is therefore useful in both T1 and T2 decks.
- She's a good card to play once you've won a round: she reduces incoming Damage while the enemy continues to take Damage. She's great when paired with her Clan, as that's the fundamental principle of the Freaks.
- Her Bonus and her Ability work against each other: one requires a win, the other a loss.
- Any SoA and/or SoB renders her almost useless in either scenario.
- She is weak to Power reduction, like Jeremy François and Havok.
- She is based off of Annabelle the Doll, the real life haunted doll and the main antagonist from the horror film of the same name and its sequel, The Conjuring. Like Jezebel, Annabelle was also kept behind glass as a safety precaution, along with a warning label. She also possessed the powers of telekinesis. The name 'Jezebel' sounds similar to 'Annabelle', too.
- Her name possibly comes from the queen in the Bible of the same name.
- The message on her case in her second level could signal a possible event on December 3rd, which is on a Sunday.