iamthedave;n10754561 said:How did Geralt/Hjalmar buff Olaf?
You absolutely do not need to nerf a card in order to prevent an INCREDIBLY STUPID combo deck. Especially when said combo is hard countered by nearly a dozen commonly played cards (off the top of my head: Peter, Mardroeme, Mandrake, Margerita, Scorch, Schirru, Villentretenmerth, Witch Hunter, Morvunn somewhat, gigni, and regis regis), and there are several other cards I've not mentioned that aren't played often that also counter it, like cockatrice and Frangilla, Geralt Yrden and Dimeritium Bomb.
Geralt and Hjalmar can be buffed with the warcrier so if you destroy one of the 3 golds there are still 2 options left.
Off course you can put a lot of removal in your deck but that doesn't make sense for just 2 or 3 decks to play against.
In some cases you'll brick your own deck because you lose synergy between your golds, silvers and bronzes.
Removal, buffing to insane levels (either with hand or graveyard) and create destroy the game if you ask me.
It has nothing to do with player interaction, strategy and skill they are just dull routine plays copied from the web resulting in no GG.
Today I had 2 examples of that when I played twice against NG's famous handbuff decks.
In both games I coincidentally revealed their mandrake and both players still played Vesemir with Emhyr and found out too late that mandrake was in their hand.
I tried using Ihuarax in hanbuff but i never managed to triger that cursed unicorn. Maybe he hates me...
Hello cdpr why is this card so bad??
Stefan Skellen does the trick but be aware Ihuarax targets random enemies so you don't always get full value out of it.