file Vampire: Elder Kindred Network Newsletter June 2022

22 Jul 2022 17:35 #105796 by thelonius reloaded

We are just a week or something away from the next Newsletter. Let's so how many more major tournaments were won by Liquidation this current month and how creative players can get to justify not doing anything about it.


there should be a small tournament somewhere in a week or two :wink:

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23 Jul 2022 10:33 #105800 by elotar

How do you balance a deck who plays liquidation with no recursion such as Legionaries?


Nobody are playing liquidation without some type of ash-heap abuse.


Me, winning/reaching final in quite a number of recent tournament


One example is not statistically significant, especially from somebody, who are deliberately making his deck worse to delude the public. ;)

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23 Jul 2022 10:34 #105801 by elotar

That literally what I'm saying. When there is a negative effect than the card is fine. When 7 cards in the ash heap became actually positive effect, than the card became broken.


This (intended drawback turning out to be positive) is very common in strongest cards in various card games. That in itself is not the issue.

The issue is how common liquidation is in winning strategies, and how little counterplay there is to these strategies. (to master cards in general)


This is a poor argument since there are other cards that are far more popular in the TWDA (e.g. Dreams of the Sphinx).


Don't get me started about dreams :D

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04 Aug 2022 22:16 #105883 by ReverendRevolver

That literally what I'm saying. When there is a negative effect than the card is fine. When 7 cards in the ash heap became actually positive effect, than the card became broken.


This (intended drawback turning out to be positive) is very common in strongest cards in various card games. That in itself is not the issue.

The issue is how common liquidation is in winning strategies, and how little counterplay there is to these strategies. (to master cards in general)


This is a poor argument since there are other cards that are far more popular in the TWDA (e.g. Dreams of the Sphinx).


Don't get me started about dreams :D


Contesting Dreams is my favorite oust mechanism........

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16 Aug 2022 15:32 #106008 by GiftsUngiven
Will there be a July newsletter?

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