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Frozen Time
*****

Today, 07:19 AM by Jhaelen

Best blanking in the game, 'nuff said.

Frozen Time
*****

Yesterday, 07:44 PM by Daevar

I've had "so much" difficulty using it in a 2-faction deck, that I had to cut it eventually. It was heavily weighted toward the non-Yog-faction though, but i wouldn't say it is "easy" to play around, Loyal can always catch you off guard in non-mono.

 

That aside it really is one of the best pseudo-removal cards there are, no questions asked.

Pervasive Toxemia
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Yesterday, 05:33 PM by NuFenix

Yes, as they both add the effect and neither of them would be conflicting.

 

Either bring lots of Toughness or prepare to watch your board vanish ;)

Pervasive Toxemia
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Yesterday, 05:18 PM by AceRimmer
What happens when both players play this conspiracy? Take two wounds to commit to stories?
Frozen Time
*****

Yesterday, 05:05 PM by NuFenix

I concur with tdnordine - Unless using a minimal amount of Yog in a deck, I can't imagine a Yog deck without this. Loyal 2 is easy to play around, and being able to blank ANYTHING, character, support, story, is just too amazing to pass up.

Frozen Time
*****

Yesterday, 02:03 PM by tdnordine

Almost never use Yog without it.  The 2-Loyal hurts this card in a 3-faction deck, but isn't too bad in a 2-faction setup unless you are only splashing Yog.  It can neutralize some tough abilities and there are few counters outside of Shub. (DOA, Magnetic Spike, ??)

Frozen Time
*****

Yesterday, 01:50 PM by blinovitch

Spectacularly useful effect, able to attach to any type of card.

The Supernal Prism
*****

Yesterday, 11:02 AM by nierensieb

I quite liked it in a Cthulhu Cultist Temple-deck. Use the Prism when you run out of cultists to sacrifice and refresh your hand. Ideally just after your opponent's draw phase or when he has no cards in hand so he can't profit from it.

Only problem is, it doesn't play well with San Giorgio at all.

The Supernal Prism
*****

Jul 29 2015 09:25 PM by Daevar

Might be nice in combination with some hand discard. Haven't dabbled into it, has Hastur some actually viable means to actually control your opponent's hand size?

The Supernal Prism
*****

Jul 29 2015 03:46 PM by Jhaelen

It provides excellent card draw. Ideally you play it when your opponent's hand is currently empty - or when you know he has a card in hand you don't want him to play. It'S also a nice card to include if you're looking for a means to make it Day in order to get rid of your opponent's Night cards, e.g. Savio Corvi, but don't want a Day card to stay in play.

Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 29 2015 03:44 PM by Jhaelen

This one's really odd. I don't even remember it...

To me it seems like a Conspiracy you _want_ to lose to ramp your resources. You'd have to have some control over what your oppoent is going to commit, e.g. using Silver Twilight Temptress or one of the similar cards from the Summons cycle. The Mariner might also work.

The Supernal Prism
*****

Jul 29 2015 01:39 PM by tdnordine

I have always seen this card as the weaker brother to The Plague Stone, but there are some things to like about it.  

 

First, it's action doesn't cost anything (except shuffling this into your deck).  Second, when timed right could net you 4 cards and cost your opponent some cards (ex. during his draw phase).  This could be especially powerful in controlling the runaway card draw in some of the MU decks that rely on Historian.

Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 28 2015 08:24 PM by Daevar

It seems crazy hard to set up this Conspiracy. You could surely put some low cost characters there on the attack, but then your opponent can most likely manipulate the struggle resolutions by going for icon parity and in the end you're committing five times to win a conspiracy with no further effect.

 

What does work, for instance, is Y'golonac and some cannon fodder on your side and some combat icons on the opponents side (and not to many Terror icons), but that's not entirely in your hands and still depending on a 4-cost minion, three trash drops and at least 2 combat on the other side of the table. Spelt out, it doesn't sound too hard to achieve, BUT if you can set up this play with Y'golonac, you can probably just play Nug instead and be done with the ramping.

 

I take it, Baron Samedi's Disrupt effect that resolves *instead* of the normal struggle effect doesn't trigger this Conspiracy, since it replaces the wounding of the normal struggle wounding, hm?

Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 28 2015 02:47 PM by Obtuse
Well there is no investigation struggle on this conspiracy, so a character with investigation icons will be mostly wasted here.

I'm also not sure I see a real use for this conspiracy.
Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 28 2015 02:38 PM by JonDigman
An additional way to get those huge Sleeper Below cost characters out. Send a wheenie with investigation and terror. Dare your opponent to stop you.
Dr. Carson's Treatment
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Jul 28 2015 02:24 PM by Zinquox

This is basically the basis of a deck I have built. It's fun. I wish I had Dr. Carsons to put in the deck.

Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 28 2015 01:39 PM by Carthoris

Seems like it would be fun to play on the first turn, and then dare your opponent to win combat there. Don't throw me into the briar patch of a second-turn 5 domain!

Raising of the Great Old Ones
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Jul 28 2015 01:19 PM by blinovitch

This seems like a double-edged blade: destroy characters with the terror struggle, but combat sends the destroyed character to a domain as a resource. I don't immediately see a use for this, unless maybe it's coming from the same intent as cards like Even Death May Die: keep cards that trigger in the discard out of the discard.

Long-Dead Prince
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Jul 28 2015 08:07 AM by Jhaelen

Meh. Last time I've seen him get play was when the Summons cycle was the current one...

Outmaneuvered
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Jul 28 2015 08:05 AM by Jhaelen

I want to like it. I've been considering to put it into my new Tesla deck - because that guy sure needs every protection he can get!



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