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Game Over

Play when your opponent would win the game by shard victory. Your opponent doesn't win. Put 2 characters from your discard pile into play. Recheck the victory conditions at the end of the turn. Limit 1 copy per deck.

Type - Event
Card Number - 103

Card Rating:  3.10

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.


Date Reviewed - 01.09.06

 
Ryu Juini Game Over

This card seems to be popular, and then not so, lately. You basically get to whip out two characters (or good items, or events, etc.) if your opponent is about to stomp you by shard victory. Basically, this'll give you a chance to take back a shard or two to prevent your loss.

This card isn't bad, but you really shouldn't rely on one card to pull you out of it. Your deck should have a flowing synergy to make sure you stomp the opponent, not the other way around.

It's not bad, though. Give it a slot if you want.


Casual: 3/5
Tournament: 2/5
Art: 1/5 - Geh....
 
GoggleBoy COTD: Gone Fishing

Here is a card that I really think will be seeing more and more play as more people discover it. Expend someone to draw any card from the top five, but also arrange the remaining cards. How could someone not like that?

“But I don’t want to expend a character”…ok. Valid argument if you had to play this event as an action. However, you don’t. You play during setup. Priests can search for their location or their 5th priest, Dog Leader can search for their other character (same with Three’s Company and School Girls), find a needed Halt!, or plan out your discards. This would also work late in swarm decks, though I’m not sure what they’d be looking for.

So, expending a character in order to get searching card draw and deck stacking. Sounds good to me. This looks more like a non-priority turn card too. Seeing what you opponent has ready to go, you can methodically choose who to expend.

Rating: 4.1/5 It isn’t perfect for all decks, but my word is it good

“I went out fishin’. Caught a Midoriko. Can I keep it?”

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