file Combat as a strategy

31 Aug 2019 21:22 #96677 by Bloodartist
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elotar wrote: And from European champion:

How were your preliminary rounds Day 2?
- There was at least one other heavy combat deck in each table...

I also managed to shut down my initial preys really fast with forward rushing and torporizing their first vampires (apart from round 2, when Janne’s Stanislava was Archoned before I even had a turn to act) ....

In all of the rounds I got to the heads up with the other heavy combat deck."

;)

Update: two Tupdog decks in top 6 #facepalm.




Now you are just repeating yourself.

ps. A third Finnish player, ALSO playing Tupdogs, was left outside the final due to coin toss because he had same points as the 8th guy.

"Plenty of little men tried to put their swords through my heart. And there's plenty of little skeletons buried in the woods."
- Tormund Giantsbane, Game of Thrones
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01 Sep 2019 11:25 #96683 by Timo
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elotar wrote: And from European champion:

How were your preliminary rounds Day 2?
- There was at least one other heavy combat deck in each table...

I also managed to shut down my initial preys really fast with forward rushing and torporizing their first vampires (apart from round 2, when Janne’s Stanislava was Archoned before I even had a turn to act) ....

In all of the rounds I got to the heads up with the other heavy combat deck."

;)

Update: two Tupdog decks in top 6 #facepalm.


What are you trying to tell us with this post ? That the metagame of the day 2 of this year EC was combat heavy ? That Otso was lucky to have the star vampire of his prey archonned in game 2 ? Or that Otso has a good english spelling maybe ?

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02 Sep 2019 03:42 #96705 by elotar
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After looking at resent TWD and tournament reports I got an idea - we should go after Anarch Revolt, as it's the engine of the many stupid combat decks. So to fix it somewhere - make it unique and remove "go anarch" action from the rulebook (the second one has nothing to do with combat, but with the clarity of the game in general).

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02 Sep 2019 06:56 #96707 by Timo
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What is really amazing is that you seems to speak for yourself.

You say the same things over and over again and when someone try to interact with you, you seems to ignore him alltogether. ..
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02 Sep 2019 07:36 #96710 by Malachy
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Timo, one has to be a seasoned vekn forum reader to know there is no point arguing with Elotar. The others have to learn the hard way.

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02 Sep 2019 08:03 #96711 by elotar
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When I see real arguments I address them. For personal attacks, fanboyism and stupid things proven wrong years ago I do not bother. ;)

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