Hello Devs, Caleb and FFG Crew
I would thank u for last FAQ and new very promise-looking Cycle (probably my favourite). Starting new cycle, with new mechanics (raider, ambush, experience) is great opportunity to clear some old issues left behind and explain new abilities… it is time for FAQ update ;-) I have strong hope for:
1) new mechanics explanation: raider, ambush, experience. when and how exacly they works, can ambush be countered with Long Winter, etc
2) restriction for Muster for War - the card is great to balance things between player who plays first and the players who is second, but it probably will be in every deck of each race, becouse it is too powerful to not play it. I don't like cards that are auto include to all decks, i hope that eternal War with "pure-race-Villages" can break domination of warpstone excavation and contested village. Choosing between Warpstone and Muster for War could be another way to do that. I am also warry about things, which combo decks like orc fist or HE can do with this card in first turn, even dwarves with master of maps, order in chaos, card drawing quest and Arcane Power can do crazy abusing with that card avoiding limitation…
3) limitation to Arcane Power or changing Gathering the Winds - with 3 cost Legends and Muster for War HE arcane combo will be even more crazy than now. That could be solved by limitation to Arcane Power (home ruled already in Polish and German Nationals) or changing Gathering the Winds to be sacrificed after the last spell is resolved.
4) clarification to issue with Gatheirnd the Winds and support-spells - Can be played in opponent's turn or not?
5) limitation to Mork's Theef Ritual - that could slow orc combo a little and prevent some time first turn win with Muster for War
6) Reckless Engineer - should we play Reckless Engineer's ability as - sacrifice X developments to put into play X supports with any cost from top of the deck? works pretty well with order in chaos tactic responded to Engineer's action after sacrifice developed supports - is that legal?