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Recent Card Discussion
Charles Dexter Ward
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Today, 04:40 PM by mnBroncos

correct he can redirect to your opponent. Still a pretty nitch card that I often cut in my hastur decks. 

Charles Dexter Ward
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Today, 02:59 PM by Arocle

So, when Charles looses terror struggle or in any other way would go insane, you can use the disrupt to force any other character in play to go insane?

August Lindquist
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Today, 09:04 AM by Kwakkie

That doesn't work though. Same as with Charles Dexter Ward. See the discussion here, with the ruling at the bottom: http://www.cardgamed...-–-basic-i-r777

 

Nevermind, it's different as small price to pay has the wounding go second. Should work.

Excavation Site
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Today, 12:20 AM by mnBroncos

yea but your MU you should be winning these most of the times, and have ways to remove the icons or struggles won't win. 

August Lindquist
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Yesterday, 11:30 PM by ultimate26

Use "Small price to pay" to turn one enemy insane and wound the other! 

Excavation Site
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Yesterday, 11:28 PM by ultimate26

Notice how it says "A player", means that if you lose the struggle the opponent will draw a card :(

Excavation Site
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Yesterday, 06:20 PM by VonWibble
With extra struggles from cards like Whitton Greene it could be more than 2 cards.
Restless Mi-Go
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Yesterday, 05:55 PM by mnBroncos

probably be better once shub box is out but mi-gos aren't tier one and their are better abilities on two drops in the game for him to see play outside of that. 

Restless Mi-Go
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Yesterday, 05:22 PM by GrahamM

It's a cheap mi-go with terror and toughness that you can't get rid of, great stall for any mi go deck. Outside of that, it could do a decent job of swinging a khopesh, although Shub has the arguably better Albino Goat Spawn already

Raid!
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Yesterday, 03:47 PM by mnBroncos

Its nice seeing other factions get their own form of support control. Shub can't be the only one that can remove supports it is to important. 

August Lindquist
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Yesterday, 03:46 PM by mnBroncos

The fact he is immune to khopesh basically is good. Also, yes your opponent has to be afraid where commit characters because he can redirect if lose combat struggle. 

Restless Mi-Go
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Yesterday, 03:44 PM by mnBroncos

Pretty much. I find this a pretty bad card though.... 

Mano-a-Mano
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Yesterday, 03:41 PM by mnBroncos

they have used this couple times in agot. (the selective blanking)

Mano-a-Mano
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Yesterday, 02:03 PM by Jhaelen

I find it interesting that this is the first example of selective textbox blanking: everything but Subtypes - odd.

All-Points-Bulletin
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Yesterday, 01:59 PM by Jhaelen

Hali's Directive also doesn't do much to characters that cannot be made insane. Exhausting and especially blanking is universally useful.

Raid!
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Yesterday, 11:49 AM by Jhaelen

Very nice!

August Lindquist
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Yesterday, 11:20 AM by Kwakkie

True, I don't see it as an anti-card for targeted wounding (like khopesh). But the chance of losing combat struggles is big, right? This is an awesome defender. Sure, commit with lots of terror and combat. I'll make sure to commit with this guy, lose combat and wound something from you.

 

The opponent has the choice to commit with enough and wound him, or commit with not enough and be wounded as well...

For me, this is a new auto-include. The 3 cost slot for ST decks is going to be a problem.

August Lindquist
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Yesterday, 10:04 AM by Jhaelen

Finally a reason to use Infernal Obession over Stygian Eye ;-)

 

TBH; I'm not sure how useful his ability will be, though. Your opponent just won't target him with any wounding effects, and desctruction/sacrifice/remove from play also seem more dominant currently (unless the Agency box will reverse that trend). So, the only potential benefit I see is from losing combat struggles...

Sir Jon Scott
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Yesterday, 09:36 AM by Jhaelen

Ooh, this guy might be useful. ST have a ton of effects powered by discarding cards.

 

Edit: And it's an undead - it'll be interesting to see what the Shub box will have to offer for this neglected subtype.

Restless Mi-Go
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Yesterday, 09:22 AM by Jhaelen

So this is basically the precursor of the new Resilient keyword?



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