Terminal Quarter - is there too much kill in the environment? in 1. AGoT General Discussion Posted March 4, 2012 Kingsguard said: I've played a number of different card games in my day. The biggest thing that kills a card game in my opinion is that removal effects become so consistent that the only cards that end up mattering are ones that either get played for free, are immune to most removal effects or are removal effects themselves. That's why I quit yugioh and lost interest in magic. It's all the meta was. Removal, stuff that get's played for free and stuff that is immune or resistant to removal. It's not fun, especially in A Game of Thrones where the story is supposed to revolve around the various interesting personalities presented in the book series. I completely agree on the 'free' to play cards. I'm a little too hungover to give a compelling arguement here, but I think the game would be a better game if all zero cost cards were also 'limited'.