Jump to content

Welcome to Card Game DB
Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!

A Game of Thrones 2nd Edition


Search for Cards
Text:
Order By:
More Search Options
Type:
Faction:
Set:

Unique:
Loyalty:
Restricted:
Cost:
Strength:
Icons:
Reserve:
Income:
Initiative:
Claim:
Hide Search Options
Recent Card Discussion
Crow Killers
****-

Oct 12 2017 10:44 PM by VonWibble

3 stars? No comments? I've got to give the Crow Killers some love, as this is my favorite card in this box (I don't play NW).

 

Very efficient in a high claim or crossing deck, especially for a house that lacks intrigue icons like GJ. Anything that gives them a keyword (Wildling Scout, Brotherhood Agenda) is great. At 3 gold they can be Flea Bottom'ed if you discarded them to reserve (which you did, because you were running a low reserve deck, right?) 

 

Basically, soooooo good.

So, a good card with the right agenda or house that makes some decks (Martell like them too with all that Retaliation). Sounds like the definition of 3 stars to me. 

The Roseroad
*****

Oct 04 2017 06:49 PM by Ironswimsuit

Limited keyword is trash

Crow Killers
****-

Oct 04 2017 03:51 PM by Palpa
Yeah, they are awesome. Not rare that my opponent DRACARYSED or MILKED them. I think that says a lot ;)
Crow Killers
****-

Oct 04 2017 02:46 PM by japandy42

3 stars? No comments? I've got to give the Crow Killers some love, as this is my favorite card in this box (I don't play NW).

 

Very efficient in a high claim or crossing deck, especially for a house that lacks intrigue icons like GJ. Anything that gives them a keyword (Wildling Scout, Brotherhood Agenda) is great. At 3 gold they can be Flea Bottom'ed if you discarded them to reserve (which you did, because you were running a low reserve deck, right?) 

 

Basically, soooooo good.

The Roseroad
*****

Oct 02 2017 09:17 PM by gramyotron

First Card to restrict. Along all other economy locations.

#healAgotWithout3rdED

The Roseroad
*****

Oct 02 2017 04:51 PM by FedericoFasullo

5/5 op AF since 2015

Hedge Knight
*****

Oct 01 2017 01:37 PM by GeorgeG

thx

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 29 2017 04:09 PM by FedericoFasullo

 the general impression of them is that they are like Pikeys but instead caravans, they have ships.

 

They are Pykeses!

Beric Dondarrion
****-

Sep 27 2017 07:29 AM by mplain

Constant abilities are 'faster' than forced reactions. Don't marshal Beric on a BotD turn.

Beric Dondarrion
****-

Sep 27 2017 03:20 AM by DayneGirlYouLookFine

In the case of Beric being marshalled when Blood of the Dragon is in play..

Which comes first-- the plot card effect killing him, or the kiss tokens?

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 26 2017 11:20 PM by NikolaP

They are depicted rather well in the show (except for Euron, he's a pale shadow of book Euron), barren islands, harsh climate, creating hard men, and a culture of raiding and pillaging the mainland. But they're definitely not some gorgeous looking vikings. :)

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 26 2017 08:50 PM by wordsmith

Ban him! Ban him!

 

Lol I can read the books later, when I have some free time. But it still doesn't explain why the Greyjoys are depicted in the show as Hobos. I thought they should be like some kind of vikings. But they are not shown like that at all... the general impression of them is that they are like Pikeys but instead caravans, they have ships.

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 26 2017 07:54 PM by istaril

Definitely inspired by the show:

 

balon-greyjoy-600.jpg

Wow... that's a little much. That artist is treading on dangerous ground.

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 26 2017 05:28 PM by Palpa

I didn't read the books,[/i]


Ban him! Ban him!
Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 26 2017 03:44 PM by wordsmith

I didn't read the books, but in the TV show all GJs looks like bums. Was it the intention of show creators?

 

GJs remind me one quote from Pulp Fiction: "No Jules, you’re gonna be like those pieces of s**t out there who beg for change. They walk around like a bunch of fu**in’ zombies, they sleep in garbage bins, they eat what I throw away, and dogs piss on ’em. They got a word for ’em, they’re called bums."

Harrenhal
*****

Sep 26 2017 03:13 PM by bored2excess

One question popped up for me:

 

When I have Harrenhal in play is it possible for my opponent to play a character and simultaneously a duplicate or a body guard to save this character?

 

So the main question is: do you have to marshall cards one by one (one after the other) or can you marshal them all at once. Can you marshal a character from the start with an attachement?

 

Would be glad to hear a valid answer to that :-)

 

Marshalling a card is an action, which is then followed by first reactions to the marshalling (Harrenhal) and then other players' actions before coming back to the active player. So no, only events such as Risen or preexisting cards on the board such as Iron Mines can save from this, the reaction will be triggered well before you have the opportunity to drop a duplicate or bodyguard.

 

Often the non-active players are not very dense with actions or opportunities so we tend to blend marshalling all together, but it is not in fact "One person does everything, then the other person does everything." Another very common play is using Lordsport Shipwright to kneel an economy location after it is marshalled, but before it can be triggered.

Genna Frey
****-

Sep 25 2017 11:36 PM by SerBronn

Yes I see that. It is the right direction for Lannister Intrige cause that deck needs more ways to get your oponents hand empty to make things like the golden tooth more consistant. But her Body isn't that good and her ability does only work on the third challange. And I don't see enough interesting Freys around to make that combo consistent. She's decent prehaps she can be interesting but she isn't excellent

Pay The Iron Price
*****

Sep 25 2017 03:27 PM by NikolaP

Definitely inspired by the show:

 

balon-greyjoy-600.jpg

Genna Frey
****-

Sep 25 2017 12:34 PM by daviduk2000

Why? Looks like an overcosted Cersai.

If you want to run queen cersei instead of core cersei, she allows 2 claim but also works on power challenge, also since it’s not claim increase but an ability this and claim discards are seperate instances so queen cersei can trigger twice and if your adding extra Freya to the deck it’s even better.
But I agree it’s not excellent it’s interesting and has potential to be decent.
The Iron Bank Will Have Its Due
-----

Sep 25 2017 09:40 AM by FedericoFasullo

you cannot use opponent's characters to pay for cost!

Genna Frey
****-

Sep 24 2017 09:35 PM by Palpa
Was hoping for another neutral Frey to keep the theme alive and to be able to use different factions
Harrenhal
*****

Sep 24 2017 11:09 AM by Eisenblut

One question popped up for me:

 

When I have Harrenhal in play is it possible for my opponent to play a character and simultaneously a duplicate or a body guard to save this character?

 

So the main question is: do you have to marshall cards one by one (one after the other) or can you marshal them all at once. Can you marshal a character from the start with an attachement?

 

Would be glad to hear a valid answer to that :-)

Hedge Knight
*****

Sep 22 2017 04:58 PM by NikolaP

is this effect cumulative ? if i control 3 knights in total will the hedge knight get +2 strength?

 

It's not cumulative. Check out Self-referential text from Rules:

 

When a card’s ability text refers to its own title, it is
referring to itself only, and not to other copies (by title)
of the card.
Hedge Knight
*****

Sep 22 2017 03:53 PM by wordsmith

I don't think so. It would be worded differently, like: "+1 for each another Knight..."

Genna Frey
****-

Sep 22 2017 03:15 PM by SerBronn

Just excellent!!

Why? Looks like an overcosted Cersai.