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if you build up a comfortable lead five strength or more higher you might just want to pass. this will end the game for you, and there's a chance he'll spend himself to victory, but if he does this on the first round, there's a good chance he just won't have any cards left to compete with on the next two rounds.
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sagitta is probably the most useful of the three, but shes quite limited. training doesnt set off low level effects most of the time and doesnt create card advantage which is the decks biggest strength and fandora is just. so. slow.my build is for pure format so i need to run those to help the deck function. i run 1 saggita, and 3
claymore or longsword for that c/c scale. the bastard sword is alright as well, but lack of a thrust can suck. also, if you get one by luck early, the black knight sword wrecks so much with very little stat input - like 450 ar at just minimal one-hand wield. other good quality scalers are zweihander and estoc. also, though the scale is not great for quality, the silver knight spear is pretty
one of the cards from the deck of many things gives you 1 to your primary stat strength for warriors, dexterity for rogues, intelligence for arcane casters, wisdom for divine casters . does anyone know how it handles multi or dual class characters? for example, does a fighter/mage get 1 strength or intelligence?
its a terrible metric to determine what deck to ladder with, but perhaps a useful one for determining balance changes. a good litmus test for that kind of metric is highlander decks as their winrates tend to be pretty consistent regardless of the meta because they tend to have flexibility in their builds.
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