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#1 Robby Stark

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 06:50 AM

Cepton Cellador: http://www.cardgamed...y_10_366275.jpg

Secret Hideout: http://www.cardgamed...y_22_215901.jpg

House Tully Septon: http://www.cardgamed..._1_6_139074.jpg

house tully septon is not as weak as the other ones, I linked him because his passive seems intentionally useless. what does he gain from not kneeling if he only has one icon and cunnot attack?



#2 Skowza

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 09:36 AM

Robby Stark said:

house tully septon is not as weak as the other ones, I linked him because his passive seems intentionally useless. what does he gain from not kneeling if he only has one icon and cunnot attack?

HT Septon is a defensive wall, was somewhat useful in the past when Stark had no I icons; could help against a PbtT build but yea it kind of sucks.
Cellador might actually be useful for something since he has a crest…

Check out Observation Point if you want to see a totally useless piece of cardboard.



#3 Robby Stark

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 03:06 PM

I disagree about observation point. It's an awesome card to draw for your setup. and since it's any phase you can save it for when you really have to be sure your opponent doesn't have any nasty tricks.



#4 Robby Stark

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 06:41 AM

they shall not cross: http://www.cardgamed...ery_6_91060.jpg

meh I don't like it.



#5 yugwen18

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Posted 29 May 2013 - 08:51 AM

These cards all have uses in a group game, maybe not so much in a one on one match….but if you're playing GoT one on one you're doing it wrong sonreir



#6 Stratven

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 03:44 AM

Moon Boy: http://www.cardgamed...s/moon-boy-atot

Unless you only control Moon Boy and your opponent already has a sh*tload of characters out, after he played Valar in the first turn (which will force him to play it again and therefor kill all his characters), I don't see any use for this card, especially since it's cost is 3!



#7 stormwolf27

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Posted 29 July 2013 - 05:16 AM

Moon Boy: http://www.cardgamed...s/moon-boy-atot

Unless you only control Moon Boy and your opponent already has a sh*tload of characters out, after he played Valar in the first turn (which will force him to play it again and therefor kill all his characters), I don't see any use for this card, especially since it's cost is 3!

Except, you have to use it during/after the second turn if they Valar'd first turn, or there will be nothing in the used pile to choose from... which if that can work, it can be a way of TAoS without wasting a slot on an otherwise mediocre stat plot.

 

These cards all have uses in a group game, maybe not so much in a one on one match….but if you're playing GoT one on one you're doing it wrong sonreir.gif

really? I prefer one-on-one joust games. Melees are fun and all, but it always ends up with 2 (or more, depending) players picking on one because he/she got an early ramp, or can't get good draw to get the protection they need.

 

Cepton Cellador: http://www.cardgamed...y_10_366275.jpg

Secret Hideout: http://www.cardgamed...y_22_215901.jpg

House Tully Septon: http://www.cardgamed..._1_6_139074.jpg

house tully septon is not as weak as the other ones, I linked him because his passive seems intentionally useless. what does he gain from not kneeling if he only has one icon and cunnot attack?

I agree fully with Cellador... House Tully Septon is meh, but can work in the right deck... Secret Hideout is great if you are running a lot of stalwart, since its ability keeps your draw from getting clogged too much.

 

 

 

 

As for my least favorite... http://www.cardgamed...broken-tpol.jpg

 

This is by far the worst Martell event. At least the others don't make you discard your hand as a cost, even if some of them are a little mediocre outside of their proper decks, this one is downright atrocious.

 

If your opponent cancels it, you have no way to answer, cause your hand is already gone. Plus, you can't even use it to get Darkstar, since you're discarding "your hand" and not "x cards from your hand."


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