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    Jill Traversack and Tolliver I's expansions are released and available for download and PnP!


  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 22, 2019 PDT

    Thank you for clarifying the matter :-). However, while I agree that Harold is powerful, I don't think he's more powerful than any other phoenixborn as you have suggested. In theory, he can be countered by risen and burn decks, and has trouble fighting against mill decks. Is there some reason why he's too powerful for these?

  • angus#5nar commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Also, on a side note, I haven't seen many Harold Westraven decks. I cannot figure out why, as his power can be devastating to decks playing powerful units and with the right card set, he can pick off smaller units. Is there something I'm missing?

    not at all! Harold is a very powerful Phoenixborn and can be used to great effect. his problem is that he is too powerful. the online community has moved away from him because people were just getting a bit bored if him.

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h published a deck!

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Charming Evil

    Saria Guideman

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Rimea Basic:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    I think the idea behind this deck is a good one. However, most of your units can easily be dealt with by various spells in every type of deck, (as many units that can be played using basic symbols are) and you have six different ready spells in your deck (which is okay if you're fine with meditating one). Also, does this deck have a direct strategy, or is it meant to be a general basic dice deck?

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Brennan's Battle Within:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    First, let me say, this is a good deck. However it does have one flaw. It can beaten by a deck of similar type. And it can be crippled with choke. Now, most decks aren't ability lockdown/mill decks :) , but I would encourage this deck to be wary of them, as it majorly depends on your opponent attacking you and is mostly helpless if it can't use brennen either (due to choke). But, as I said before, most decks do not use the lockdown/mill strategy I described :)

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    The idea of the deck is to destroy your opponent's units using damage dealing actions, spells, and abilities then attacking their phoenixborn with your units. This probably isn't a foolproof strategy, so please comment. Also, on a side note, I haven't seen many Harold Westraven decks. I cannot figure out why, as his power can be devastating to decks playing powerful units and with the right card set, he can pick off smaller units. Is there something I'm missing?

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h published a deck!

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Target and Destroy

    Harold Westraven

  • Cronos Genesis#9i6t commented on the card Summon Steadfast Guardian:

    Oct 18, 2019 PDT

    Triggers independent of Opponent :

    ----- if you target yourself section -----

    Note that the exhaustion must be part of the Effect, not the cost which is why for example Three-Eyed Owl does not Trigger this with it's ability activaiton.

  • Yeah, it does help! Thank you, lidjan1#40jr!

  • So in this case it`s a little tricky. You see, due to Harold`s unique card Harvest Soul you can expand his spelboard limit up to 5. So you can start with 3 ready spels in your first hand with addition of Harvest Soul. This will allow for 3 ready spells in round 1 (if everything goes your way).
    But you can see there are decks with ready spell count excessing their phoenixborn limit. It is strategy for advanced players. Lets say your phoenixborn has spellboard 4. In this situation you can build your deck with 3 different core ready spells and one copy of 2 or 3 flex ready spell. Then judging by opponents phoenixborn and his dice spread you can try figure out what strategy he will use, and pick flex ready spell to help you counter his strategy. Then the rest of flex ready spells is used just for meditating.
    Hope this will help.

  • I'm a new player; how exactly does it work to have multiple more ready spells than your spell limit? Do you just have some as backup/situational/discard fodder or what?

  • Antagonist13#6*=d commented on the deck Whoa, Sick Hydra!:

    Oct 09, 2019 PDT

    Thanks for sharing the build and your thoughts on it!

  • Lexaeus#33rm commented on the post First two fan expansions released!:

    Oct 02, 2019 PDT

    Awesome work, you have full support from me guys!

  • lidjan1#40jr commented on the deck Brennan's Battle Within:

    Oct 01, 2019 PDT

    Allright. If you say it works i will try it myself :) Good luck in your games.

  • BurnLolaBurn#995z commented on the deck Brennan's Battle Within:

    Oct 01, 2019 PDT

    Hi lidjan1!

    Thanks for your comments. I've had great success with this deck and style of play, which can also be adapted to a more offensive board-clogging deck with Jessa or a more mill-focused deck with Leo. Those three PB are my favorite to work with and I enjoy mill/burn, especially when I can make them work together. I'm not as good with direct board/attack builds, haha.

  • lidjan1#40jr commented on the deck Brennan's Battle Within:

    Oct 01, 2019 PDT

    I love the style you used to describe this deck. I also think it is interesting idea. Have you tested it out in game or is it just concept? I`m asking, beacouse i`m concerned about deck being split out in two directions which doesn`t synergize ( i mean burn and mill). Wouldn`t it be better to focus just on mill or just on burn?

  • BurnLolaBurn#995z published a deck!

    Sep 30, 2019 PDT

    Brennan's Battle Within

    Brennen Blackcloud

  • BurnLolaBurn#995z published a deck!

    Sep 30, 2019 PDT

    Millusion Vicki

    Victoria Glassfire

  • Kalriva#1sqf commented on the post New players.:

    Sep 26, 2019 PDT

    If you join the Slack chat group other players often try to organise matches and tournaments through a computer program called Tabletop Simulator.

    There are also some fan made expansions being published both on Slack, facebook, and on here.

  • kapitan#4=pg commented on the post New players.:

    Sep 26, 2019 PDT

    Well, the game is definitely playable as it is. I'd say it'll be "ended" when people stop playing it. Just because there will be no more expansions doesn't mean that you have to stop playing.

    Btw, I also think that PHG stopped publishing expansions on a very reasonable point from the player perspective. Businesswise it might have been worth to stop earlier, judging the amount of response to the last couple of expansions. I'd also rate it positive for them that they announced the "completeness" of the product quite timid such that war was not a very long time of uncertainty.