When this character is hit by an attack, you may roll a d6 before damage is dealt. On a result of 5 or 6, this character evades the attack.2012 Wording: When this character is hit by an attack, you may roll a d6 before damage is dealt. On a result of 5-6, this character evades the attack.•Also see Evade
•(10-04-2012) (Example) Black Adam wants to attack Morgan Le Fay, so he declares a close combat action and prepares to do a close combat attack. Super Senses: If Black Adam manages to successfully hit Morgan Le Fay, she gets one more chance to evade the attack by using Super Senses. Should she make a successful Super Senses roll, the attack is a miss. This can be quite important when making a ranged attack against multiple targets, as you distribute the damage between targets successfully hit – Super Sensesis rolled before damage is distributed, and no damage can be dealt to a target that evaded the attack.Read more: http://heroclix.com/heroclix/defense-defense-defense/#ixzz2AzXo6NUf
•Remember, you can only use Probability Control on your dice during your turn. So typically you can't use Probability Control to re-roll your Super Senses (since your Super Senses usually only kicks in on your opponent's turn).