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Pojo's The Spoils Card of
Put up to 4
characters, items, locations, and/or resources
from your opponent's discard pile into play
under your control.
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5
scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 10.19.06
||Our last true
“Bomb” of the week is the Rogue Tactic Grand Theft
As with our first 3 super Tactics, Grand Theft All
is a 10 cost 4 threshold Tactic with an earth
shaking effect. Also, this is another Rogue card
that capitalizes on the sub theme of discard with
the effect, “Put up to 4 characters, items,
locations, and/or resources from your opponent’s
discard pile into play under your control.”
Best used in response to your opponents EOT (end of
turn), you can instantly double (or more) your
current army, pump them, speed them up, or prep to
play something(s) that cost 14+ resources. Pretty
much a good deal all the way around! While
yesterday’s Bomb, Degenerate Molestation, might net
you more cards, GTA played after Heist Planner (go
through your opponents deck, pick out 3 different
cards and put them in their discard pile) or anytime
your opponents discard pile looks ripe for the
picking, will more than likely net you better cards,
or at least cards that are better for your current
Remember that you cannot attack with a character
unless it was under your control at the beginning of
your turn. This is why I always try to play it in
response to EOT… to get the most bang for my buck!
In Limited this is a game winner, much like our
other Bombs. In Constructed, it’s a tactical ICBM!
This card is a bomb in Sealed and out of it. In
Limited it can single handedly win games. Take my
word for it. In Limited it's the characters with
high strength and high life that tend to dominate
games, the characters that are hard to take down.
You can select those characters out of your
opponent's discard pile and bring them into play on
your side. If your opponent has any of those nifty
unique characters that turn games around, take those
too. In the late game, especially if you've managed
to get some deck destruction cards, this card
basically gives you the chance to pick the best
cards in your opponent's possession and use them
Seeing as locations and items are fair game with
this card, your options become even broader.
Cards that I've been particularly happy to get with
Arena Quarter Finalist
Pluck (evil, just evil)
Index of Natural Forces
the list goes on and on.
It's not impossible to overcome. It's just really
really hard. This one card that costs ten could
potentially get you four Dragon Tanks which would
normally cost twelve each- woah. That's a return of
38 resources. You should almost always be able to
effectively gain resources when using this card. If
you can't, don't play it. It does need some fitting
to the right deck, but not too much. Arcanist makes
a good mate for this card in Sealed what with the
discards and all.