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Well, the first thing is that big decks don't work in anything more than casual play, due to the inevitable time outs, so just keep that in mind. Other than that, for the most part, I like it. Disciples will pretty much whip you unless you take out Simon the Zealot quickly, but since they aren't seeing much play right now, the idea isn't a bad gig.
That is one thing that i had not thought of. I like side battles because then they use Gen Widow and discard 2 cards from hand , deck and territory.
imo scrap the deck there is too much going on here to even spend the time to save the deck.
Quote from: Nameless on October 11, 2011, 02:06:51 AMThat is one thing that i had not thought of. I like side battles because then they use Gen Widow and discard 2 cards from hand , deck and territory.Perhaps one of the J towers then? Also, I think Asherah Pole would be handy to make all of your enhancements CBN. I dont know what to take out for that though. Maybe a Lampstand?
Make it 100 cards or bump it up to 150. You're gaining no benefit from running 140.
Also, Philetus is a Greek, so he would probably be better than Greek Philosiphers. He can use Invoking Terror as a battle winner since he's crimson/black.
Chorizin will allow you to have RBD/Gifts, if only for one turn.
I like the concept of big decks after taking a 154-card mostly defense deck to Nationals. With just 4 heros and 6 good enhancements, I only flat-out lost once (Miriam!), won 3 times, and timed out 6. That deck had only seen one game before going to Nationals, so with a few tweaks it should be able to win a few more of those time out games...Have fun with it!