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A Hero's Journey

A Hero's Journey

A Hero's Journey

Type: Objective
Faction: Light Jedi

"You must learn the ways of the Force, if you are to come with me to Alderaan." - Obi-Wan Kenobi, A New Hope
Health: 4
Resources Generated: 2
Block Number: 1 - 1 of 6
Set: Core Number: 0002
Illustrator: Cristi Balanescu
* * * * -   5 Jedi Knights have rated this card!
Other Cards in Block 1
Block Stats:
# Units: 2
Total Cost: 9
Average Cost: 1.8
Total Force Icons: 7
Average Force Icons: 1.4
Recent Decks Using This Card:


Pretty good set overall. Luke is an absolute wrecking ball, especially when equipped with a Lightsaber. Adding Trust Your Feelings to the mix can be downright unfair. The Loyalist is mediocre, but tactics icons are always nice to have.
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The only thing that keeps this from being a 5-star set for me is the 4 damage capacity on the objective itself. All of the cards in it are great in their own way.

Great pod that's still very worth playing today. 


Damage capacity of 4 is a little scary but I think the 2 resources make up for it a bit.


Luke's a powerhouse. Accelerated focus removal and Targeted Strike on a Force User. A little delicate but that's not as much of a problem in Jedi. 


Twi'Lek Loyalist is cheap and cheerful. He's not great but he absolutely has his uses.


Lightsaber's cheap and great on Luke (obviously, with the Targeted Strike) but honestly I've thrown it on all sorts of people when I needed a quick damage boost on the board now


Trust Your Feelings is a little expensive but absolutely worth it on a big character--especially as a lot of decks find it easier to focus-down a character than out-right kill it. 


And the the Training Grounds--simple, 1-for-1 resource generator. Nothing flashy but economy is never bad. 

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