The combo of the following three cards seems very powerful.
JUDGEMENT OF VERENA : Action: Destroy all unit and support cards in each zone with no developments.
FORCED MARCH: Action: Move one target unit from its zone to another zone controlled by the same player.
WILL OF THE ELECTORS: Action: Move up to two target developments from one zone to another controlled by the same player.
JUDGEMENT OF VERENA basically just won me a game. I put a development in each of my zones to set up for this. My opponent had an extremely strong Battlefield, but no developments in it. I played a FORCED MARCH to move one of his units from his Quest Zone into his Battlefield. Then wiped out his Battlefield (most of his units) with JUDGEMENT OF VERENA. I almost felt guilty about it, as it seemed amost too powerful. Only four resources to wipe out all units and all support in a zone. Am I missing something here?
Even if my opponent had one or more Developments in the Battlefield, I could have used a WILL OF ELECTORS to move the developments out of the zone prior to playing the JUDGEMENT OF VERENA.
Has anyone else experienced the power of these cards together?