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Questionable Contacts

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Questionable Contacts

Questionable Contacts

Type: Objective
Faction: Light Smugglers and Spies
Reaction: After you refresh, damage this objective to move 1 damage from a target friendly unit to a target enemy unit.
Health: 5
Resources Generated: 1
Block Number: 15 - 1 of 6
Set: Core Number: 0069
Illustrator: Lasahido
* * * * -   3 Scruffy Looking Nerf Herders have rated this card!
Other Cards in Block 15
Block Stats:
# Units: 2
Total Cost: 9
Average Cost: 1.8
Total Force Icons: 6
Average Force Icons: 1.2
Recent Decks Using This Card:


This pod is one of the strongest in the core set with no filler cards in site
Jul 25 2018 07:48 AM
...Did this set survive the entire game from release to end without every once falling out of meta? It still seem likea pretty solid set- Han's reaction is amazing, and his icon spread is still good. The Smuggler only has 1 HP, but it's 2 cost for a black tactics icon. Resources are always good, and Swindled and Crossfire aren't amazing, but they certainly aren't bad by any means.

I guess it's how you define falling out of the meta; it has certainly made appearances as a 1-of every now and then but the only time I can recently recall where it was a 2-of was in a Brainiac/Skyhopper deck (which is now restricted). 


The Pros you've mentioned are valid but the fact that both units have low health and the fact that both of the events are only 1-pip put it a bit below the power curve in the current meta (although not nearly as much as Trust Me is currently). I'm honestly a fan of No Match as a one-of if I'm looking for a Han; great T1 unit there. 

I agree that it depends on how you define meta.  While certainly not as ubiquitous and relevant through the life of the game as something like Emperor's Web, this was still a not uncommon objective set from what I saw.  I actually really like Crossfire.  I think the low edge count holds it back the most, with the low health more to the glass cannon nature of the units, with high upsides and glaring weaknesses.

Nov 09 2018 02:00 PM
The way I define meta is "is it worth considering in a competitive deck"? Doesn't have to be like May the Force Be With You or the aforementioned Emperor's Web, but if it can hold itself in a tournament-level deck, I consider it to be meta.

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