Stronger Faction?

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Re: Stronger Faction?

Postby wolf » 04 Dec 2014, 13:23

The allied deck has problems to deal with the tiger 1 especially. Shock won't kill it, so the only way to remove it is with nosb, Jackson or bazooka. The Jackson is pretty weak by itself and it will never remove a tiger on rank 1, bazooka needs a promoted unit in front of the tiger to work. Gunto on a tiger makes it almost indestructible against allied cards. Also the allied deck needs to draw promote commands to work, there are way less decent promote for 1 units on the allied side. Besides that I once again realised how strong the hetzer is. You can draw all the flag rising effects in the world, hetzer + unblockable units will still win. If the allied deck gets a decent board advantage, the axis have taking command to stabilise while attacking with unblockable units, slowly going for the win.
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Re: Stronger Faction?

Postby Assassin » 04 Dec 2014, 13:41

wolf wrote:The allied deck has problems to deal with the tiger 1 especially. Shock won't kill it, so the only way to remove it is with nosb, Jackson or bazooka. The Jackson is pretty weak by itself and it will never remove a tiger on rank 1, bazooka needs a promoted unit in front of the tiger to work. Gunto on a tiger makes it almost indestructible against allied cards. Also the allied deck needs to draw promote commands to work, there are way less decent promote for 1 units on the allied side. Besides that I once again realised how strong the hetzer is. You can draw all the flag rising effects in the world, hetzer + unblockable units will still win. If the allied deck gets a decent board advantage, the axis have taking command to stabilise while attacking with unblockable units, slowly going for the win.

Ok...i guess i didnt really check what removal cards are left for the allies...you forgot play ball as a way to remove the tiger...but i see it is a serious problem...

I guess we will have to try and learn the hard way (eventually)...it will also depend on which cards each player brings...
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