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  1. Khudzlin said: Note that characters participating on the opposing side still count for their controllers. yeah that's when this idiot walder frey kills himself with his own deadly
  2. good question. kingsguard is probably the weakest agenda right now, but this buff would be huge. it's like permanent thirst for blood for your house card.
  3. this is the long voyage: http://www.cardgamedb.com/forums/uploads/got/med_the-long-voyage-tpol.jpg this is king's landing: http://www.cardgamedb.com/forums/uploads/1281901656/med_gallery_31_205206.jpg if you draw a card through a card effect during the draw phase do you benefit from TLV's passive? king's landing for example.
  4. yeah that guy named all the deckbuilding apps. I'll add one other program though because it's the most important of course. OCTGN is a platform to play online. I was sceptic at first but it's suprisingly well made and playing online is so much more convenient that playing with physical cards. http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_foros_discusion.asp?efid=16&efcid=4&efidt=814272
  5. this is winterfell: http://www.cardgamedb.com/forums/uploads/1281656500/med_gallery_6_102637.jpg the text box difference is really interesting. I do think however that this is just another phrasing **** up from FFG. if they intended the white book to work as a thirst for blood on steroids it would have said ''everytime you oppose a challenge''
  6. sooo I tried some mill decks and had my ass handed to me four times in five games. turns out I'm not the one to give advice on greyjoys.
  7. I've played agaisnt vicious greyjoy mill decks. they were running house of dream deepwood motte. I don't play greyjoys so I can't offer that much advice. what I know is that this card always ends up ******* my stuff up: Euron's mongrel: http://www.cardgamedb.com/forums/uploads/1287540757/med_gallery_67_40201.jpg in fact just writing about it made me want to try a greyjoy mill deck. I'll mess around on octgn until I get a good one and comment back here. but really, if we are talking about ''tiers'' then starks > greyjoys. my new favourite combo: old nan+dissenssion or old nan + red wedding.
  8. while we're at it with luwin, if you search for an event, cna you play it in the same response window as luwin? for example, you defend with luwin, search for routing the charge and play it immediately?
  9. about that much and more artwork… is it me or that's clearly jon snow and katarina?
  10. stormwolf27 said: To more thoroughly answer your question, you would need to kneel 2 non-participating [stark] characters (since they would already be kneeling and, therefore, ineligible to be used to pay a kneeling cost) to trigger this effect. you could kneel a participating character if that participating character was standing. high ground, to be a wolf, distinct mastery, dacey mormont, outpost etc.
  11. I've had a lot of success with stark siege. for this deck, your key cards are: whispering wood: the point is to rush to 15 powers. epic battles are mandatory. battle for shield islands: same. plus, we do have a fleet so that's good. northern cavalry flank: you're going to play a lot of epic battles, as well as storm of swords and mummers ford. these guys don't kneel, they are absolute beast. king's robb host: same as ncf. sometimes you get unlucky and you can't pay for robb's host. personally I run city walls rather than at the gates, so that's never THAT much of a problem king robb: for armies. jeyne: to get robb fleet from wolfs den: amazingly cost efficient. war crest is cool if you choose to have die by the sword. renown is amazing in a rush build (which siege is). they work well with shield islands syrio: this guy can bounce in and out for each epic battle. seriously it's ridiculous. let's say you play 3 epic phases in the same round, syrio can participate in all of them because they are 3 individual phases. distinct mastery: this is a rush build. sometimes it's crucial to stand cavalry flank, or king's robb host if they were knelt by something before they could wreck some challenges. you can also stand robb and play a second army. and of course, the siege of winterfell other cards I like: die by the sword bastards boys bastards elite to be a wolf (whenever it's safe to play mummer's ford as your first plot, otherwise fury of the wolf, which is my chosen restricted) paper shield hungry mob jorah and carrion for stealth. I'm not a fan of lucas blackwood/umber beserk. sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. I'm not a fan of the newest karstark army either. not having the agenda ruins this deck completely.
  12. Ire said: Maester Kerwin cannot prevent military claim." military claim is not a card effect HOWEVER there is a trick that some experienced players might pull off to exploit the kerwin card and save an ironborn character from being killed by military claim. see, after winner determination, right before (immediately at the same time really) that you would normally choose said character to satisfy the claim, choose master kerwin instead.
  13. http://www.tradecardsonline.com/img/cards/GameOfThrones/807/big/66.gif http://www.tradecardsonline.com/img/cards/GameOfThrones/807/big/69.gif
  14. it stays immune. it is immune to non plot card effects and you are trying to remove it's immunity with a non-plot card effect.
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