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 11 
 on: Today at 05:09:45 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Cave-o-sapien
Taxman - can force a player to discard a specific card from hand
So did Cutpurse.

And Pillage.

Also Band of Misfits and Overlord are ways to get non-Reserve cards (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

Bom and overlord are only that card when they are in play not on your tavern mat

That is true. Which is why they are a way to get a non-Reserve card (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

You can't put them on your tavern mat

Unfortunately, you can.

Getting them back off is a bit harder.

 12 
 on: Today at 05:09:33 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Awaclus
Taxman - can force a player to discard a specific card from hand
So did Cutpurse.

And Pillage.

Also Band of Misfits and Overlord are ways to get non-Reserve cards (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

Bom and overlord are only that card when they are in play not on your tavern mat

That is true. Which is why they are a way to get a non-Reserve card (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

You can't put them on your tavern mat

You can if you play them as any card that puts itself there.

 13 
 on: Today at 05:07:29 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Chase Adolphson
Taxman - can force a player to discard a specific card from hand
So did Cutpurse.

And Pillage.

Also Band of Misfits and Overlord are ways to get non-Reserve cards (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

Bom and overlord are only that card when they are in play not on your tavern mat

That is true. Which is why they are a way to get a non-Reserve card (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

You can't put them on your tavern mat

 14 
 on: Today at 05:05:49 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Chase Adolphson
Empires: crown
It is the only action-treasure card, and it is the only way to play a treasure twice.

There's Counterfeit, too.

I forgot about that

 15 
 on: Today at 05:01:38 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Awaclus
Taxman - can force a player to discard a specific card from hand
So did Cutpurse.

And Pillage.

Also Band of Misfits and Overlord are ways to get non-Reserve cards (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

Bom and overlord are only that card when they are in play not on your tavern mat

That is true. Which is why they are a way to get a non-Reserve card (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

 16 
 on: Today at 04:58:40 pm 
Started by ackmondual - Last post by Chase Adolphson
Taxman - can force a player to discard a specific card from hand
So did Cutpurse.

And Pillage.

Also Band of Misfits and Overlord are ways to get non-Reserve cards (namely themselves) on the Tavern mat.

Bom and overlord are only that card when they are in play not on your tavern mat

 17 
 on: Today at 04:51:39 pm 
Started by faust - Last post by William Howard Taft
Actually I think thereís something to this, believe it or not, as long as you can deal with the Silver in some way.

Maybe if you gain Changelings instead of Silver.

 18 
 on: Today at 04:46:28 pm 
Started by Awaclus - Last post by Limetime
Uh did hard mode first try with one undo
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Now will try to get it in 10 turns
I really dont like masq until 2nd or third shuffle

 19 
 on: Today at 04:42:14 pm 
Started by faust - Last post by Chris is me
How does Bureaucrat rate as an anti-Shepherd attack compared to other hand-size attacks?

If getting Shepherds leads your opponent into buying Bureaucrat then Shepherd is the real hand-size attack in this scenario.

Actually I think thereís something to this, believe it or not, as long as you can deal with the Silver in some way. This really neuters a Shepherd start, and thus I think itís gonna be viable a reasonable amount of time when playing against a deck primarily drawing with Shep.

Thing is, if there's a deck that can consistently play a bunch of Bureaucrats and deal with all the Silver you're probably building whatever that deck is and ignoring Shepherd regardless of the presence of  Bureaucrat.

No? Shepherd is a real source of draw, it could be the only source on an otherwise strong board. Itís not just a cop out rush strategy.

 20 
 on: Today at 04:35:43 pm 
Started by faust - Last post by Gazbag
How does Bureaucrat rate as an anti-Shepherd attack compared to other hand-size attacks?

If getting Shepherds leads your opponent into buying Bureaucrat then Shepherd is the real hand-size attack in this scenario.

Actually I think thereís something to this, believe it or not, as long as you can deal with the Silver in some way. This really neuters a Shepherd start, and thus I think itís gonna be viable a reasonable amount of time when playing against a deck primarily drawing with Shep.

Thing is, if there's a deck that can consistently play a bunch of Bureaucrats and deal with all the Silver you're probably building whatever that deck is and ignoring Shepherd regardless of the presence of  Bureaucrat.   

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