Ahead of this weekend’s release of Modern Masters 2017, I’ve been asked to write an explanatory article of what drafting is and how to navigate the draft portion itself. This won’t help you master the new format – I’ve still not a clue how that’s going to shape up – but will aim to at least clue you in on what it’s all about. Get ready to open your first pack… Continue reading “Drafting tips for newcomers to drafting”
Alright folks, let’s do this. Today, to finish up, we’ll look at the sideboard, key deck strategies, potential changes to the deck, and SWOT – that’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. The fat has been trimmed, the conversational tone has been put on the backburner, and the card images are greatly reduced in number. Ragavan, Legendary Monkey will not be in attendence.
I wanted to write something a bit more in depth than this, but I’ve been tied up finishing the RB Vampiric Aggro deck tech. Anyway, here are my thoughts concerning the Standard B&R portion of today’s announcement.
Welcome sports fans,
I’m Greg, and this is the first installment in our coverage on the glorious game of Blood Bowl
Today’s article is about the Khemri Tomb Kings, the team I coached through 18 games, with 11 wins, 3 draws, and 4 losses.
Continue reading “Fun in the Khemrian Sun”
Beginning of February, new things started to happen. The CODa virus mutated into CODb and became untreatable, we received a new character, the Quarantine Specialist, Quarantine markers, new action cards, letting us place the Quarantine markers, and relationship stickers. You placed the stickers on any new character you started with and an existing character. Tim decided to be the Quarantine Specialist for February, its special skill was to place a Quarantine marker anywhere in the world as one action. Myself, Jim and Dan, stuck with our same characters from last month, the Medic, Research and Dispatcher respectively. Continue reading “Pandemic Legacy Feb – Early Mar”
When Alberto asked me to write articles for this blog, I accepted without thought; writing about things that I enjoy is an idea I’ve always found cool and I’ve never really had an opportunity to do it. I soon came to realise that I didn’t really know what to write about. I’ve played quite a few trading card games, the most notable ones being Yu-Gi-Oh! and Pokémon, but I’m not actively playing any at the minute.
Continue reading “How to Play: A Judge’s Story”
So there we were on the planet Felucia setting out to try to scout the exact positions of the Empire positions. Our previous intel proved to be completely wrong as myself and Widowmaker ( Gav ) soon found out. We approached what we believed to be a small detail of people, which was the only piece of information that was correct. Thre were two scout troopers with two speeder bikes, on a much more thorough check of the area, the positions we thought were further off, were much closer and there was no way to take out any one position without alerting the others.