Liz and I play the World of Warcraft card game... and it's actually pretty good!Opening the packs!Part One!Part Two!
Im surprised there was no leroy jenkins reference
The "scratch off" cards from the World Breaker Epic set are "loot cards". The code can be used in game to get special in-game items.There is a Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros card, but it's only available by buying the Molten Core raid deck (About $15 to $30 on ebay these days) However i linked an image belowhttp://www.wowtcgdb.com/images/large/sulfuras_hand_of_ragnaros.jpg
If you didn't know already, I believe those things on some cards that you can scratch off contain codes for in-game stuff.Also, I wanna play games with you on Steam! You seem like nice people.
Also, my best wishes go out to Liz. Hope your grandfather gets better.
Nice video like always good job both of you
Finally I got to see how this Card Game work, pretty interesting.BTW if you want to get back hooked in wow you should try the new expansion, it gets you in the jaw really good, but maybe you don't want that.
Actually the Epic collections aren't all that costly. I get them at my local (Canadian) gaming store for around $35 each.Not always something that needs to be bought, but a great way to break into a new set.
Got to say this first: I never played even 1 second of WoW in my life. I am happy and proud to say that. And I have no wish to ever play the MMO. Sorry, just don't.Anyway, Was a fun watch. Like you said, it had a very magic feel to it. But hey, if you guys had fun that is all that matters to me.
Always interesting to see how 2 total rookies interpret the rules.Made a fair few mistakes, but also had a lot of things right too.
From all the card games I tried, WoW is probably my favorite. It's similar to Magic, as you said, but unlike Magic it focuses more on fun cards that are good on their own and form logical combos and less on overly complicated combos with cards that look bad separately but rock when used in the combo.I noticed you made one error - when you attacked a tapped ally, it didn't deal damage back to the attacker. Actually, it should - attacked allies don't deal damage to the attacker only if they're dealt with a ranged attack (which is not the same as the "ranged" damage type - yeah, this game has a few confusing bits like this).
Yeah, playmats tend to help signal a play-area so cards don't accidentally get confused, or your area gets usurped. They're more durable than the paper ones supplied by some games, and can be used ofr any of them!...Okay, they do make good oversized mousepads. But more useful!If your think that's fun, look into the raid decks and people to 'party' with you on taking it down. I'm not much of a D&D expert, but I've heard the experience is similar...
Thought I would advise you on where ya dropped the ball, not as a criticism but more as advice if you wanna keep playing. It really is an awesome game.1) When you start you BOTH draw 7 card hands and only the player that goes FIRST skips drawing a card. Player 2 draws a card as usual.2) When you complete a quest card, it turns face down and behaves like a normal resource, it isn't destroyed. (You may also complete quests in your opponents turn, unless it says specifically that you cant)3) Allies ALWAYS deal damage back, even if they are exhausted. (Otherwise Protector would be useless.)4) You MAY play 2 unique allies, but you have to choose 1 of them to be destroyed. (You may have wanted to summon a fresh one to destroy the entangled one)5)When you strike with a weapon, you pay its strike cost (the number in the black circle) and exhaust both it and your hero.6)I noticed a "Snipe" played from the Shaman. That card was one of the bonus teaser cards for the "Archives" set. If you look it has a hunter icon in the top right. It may not be played by a Shaman.I think that about wraps it up, there were a couple of other things but they were relatively minor. The sort of things you learn as you play.
Hey Liz, I do have the Molten Core Raid Deck. Not only does it have the 'Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros' card, but it also has all of the bosses of Molten Core and those bosses abilities (hello Living Bomb and Melt Weapons). It's meant to be played like a raid with one person playing the Molten Core deck against several others playing their decks. It even has loot cards for the victorious players (one of which is Sulfuras). It is opened, but if you would like I could send it to you. If you are interested, let me know.
If you guys ever do another episode with Magic, might I suggest getting another two people and play a few rounds of Arch Enemy, a 3v1 casual format where one player is designated the Arch Enemy and uses oversized scheme cards to even the odds between him and his three opponents?
I've always enjoyed this game. :)I tried it when it first came out. Great game play. I was into HeroClix at the time, however, and couldn't afford a new addiction. :(
I do believe Greg Capullo did the artwork on the box.
Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros is also all of $1.50 on coolstuffinc (and I'm guessing comparable on your online card store of choice).So not exactly impossible to get.
Yay, one of the two CCGs that I have collected and played (and I find it doubtful you'll ever do Decipher's Star Trek CCG, either edition, as it's now defunct).As others have pointed out, you made some minor mistakes, but nothing too earth shattering. It actually had me looking at my cards again, even though I have no one to play against.Just as a side note, the cards you got are "common" loot cards, and you probably automatically got one. Each card's code will get one of your characters a minipet that looks like the robot on the card.I currently live in Korea, and got some cards in Korean for the game here. Wouldn't you know it, I happened to get a rare loot card, the Ethereal Plunderer, valued at $200 on eBay right now... but it doesn't work on US servers, only Korean servers, thus I have no way to sell it.
You know, if there was any card game that would have a Mr. T related card, it would probably be this. Why? Because of the Mr. T promoted Mohawk grenade item, which probably spammed the world of warcraft universe for am onth with every player turning every head they see into Mr. T's.
Oh, Come On... No Deathblow reference? He's only the worst named character in Liefeld history.Also, I was really wishing there would be an Hyku Steeledge card... or a Mr. T card since they would both be hilarious and appropriate
Ah, the WoW card game, aka the final nail in the coffin for UDE. For those of you who don't know, Konami broke their Yu-Gi-Oh contract with UDE on account of UDE making counterfeit cards and giving them to a third party distributor for sale in North American Toys R' Uses. After that, Blizzard, understandably concerned that their card game would be next, allowed some of their employees to form their own branch solely for taking the card game away from UDE. Yeah, UDE pretty much screwed themselves over with these two games.
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