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Attack mucker : confessor
« on: January 24, 2014, 04:24:10 am »
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confessor 5$
+1$
Each player (including you) reveals cards from their deck until they reveal a card costing 3 or more. you put yours on top of your deck and discard the rest; each other player discards his and shuffles the revealed cards back into his deck.


Is this to strong or weak ? should it give +2$ or only cost 4$ ???
I think its pretty powerfull in the earlygame but fades in power lategame when provinces and duchys are bought and it could become a deck mucker for yourself so its a tricky call when to get it.
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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2014, 05:26:05 am »
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I've also thought about a reverse sage/non trashing saboteur attack. The problem, as you brought up in another thread, the fact that it can hit a Duchy or Province and actually help the opponent. The shuffling may be too much to ask of an attack

I am putting the following card in my set:

Archer
Action/Attack - $5
Each player (including you) reveals cards from his deck until he reveals one costing $3 or more. He either discards it or puts it back; you choose. He discards the other revealed cards.
+3 Cards

So other than the fortune teller/reverse sage attack, it's also a stronger smithy. If you reveal a victory card or a dead action card, then it's basically +4 cards.

Is it too good early on?

EDIT: Didn't notice the "shuffle back in" effect.
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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2014, 05:57:24 am »
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the Thing i thougth about this kind of attack is that my version hits very hard if stacked early on thats why the bonus is just money and no +card thing. 
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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2014, 07:56:15 pm »
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confessor 5$
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Each player reveals cards from their deck until they reveal a card costing 3 or more. you put it on top of your deck and discard the rest; each other player discards it and shuffles the revealed cards back into their deck.


Is this to strong or weak ? should it give +2$ or only cost 4$ ???
I think its pretty powerfull in the earlygame but fades in power lategame when provinces and duchys are bought and it could become a deck mucker for yourself so its a tricky call when to get it.

I like it at $4.  Also, you should probably say "an action or treasure card costing at least $3"

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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2014, 05:08:55 am »
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It took me a few reads to get that you weren't supposed to put all of the revealed cards on your own deck, so you might want to tweak the wording.
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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #5 on: January 26, 2014, 07:04:22 am »
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It took me a few reads to get that you weren't supposed to put all of the revealed cards on your own deck, so you might want to tweak the wording.

Same for me.

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confessor 5$
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Each player (including you) reveals cards from their deck until they reveal a card costing 3 or more. You put yours on top of your deck and discard the rest; each other player discards his and shuffles the other revealed cards back into their deck.
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Re: Attack mucker : confessor
« Reply #6 on: January 27, 2014, 02:47:44 am »
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Thank you! IŽll change that
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