Never used to be that way, as it is completely nonsense. However you do raise an interesting point, that further prooves CDPR have stopped bothering to balance things before release.An enemy in the enemy hand is still an enemy. And he boosts himself whenever an enemy is boosted.
The real question is, what happens in a Cahir mirror? Does it generate an infinte loop?
Cahir was this way for months and no one complained.Never used to be that way, as it is completely nonsense. However you do raise an interesting point, that further prooves CDPR have stopped bothering to balance things before release.
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Also this raises the further question. Why doesn't it work the same for Xavier? A unit in the hand is still the unit, right?
Yeah, such as a host of other cards.Except that would be the wrong reason, if the melee requirement would be removed it still won't work because as a general rule abilities aren't enabled if the card is not in play.
During the challenge I've used a Cahir-Yennefer soldier swarm with quite success (rank 0). You use Cahir in last say with Calveit to pull Yennefer to make a big point swing. The main problem is that you need last say, without overcommiting in round 1. But the deck is balanced enough to be good even without the combo.Honestly how many games have people lost vs Cahir since homecoming? I've had an opponent boost deck with Calveit since then and I try to optimize it every time there is an update, just cause I find it fun to play, but it never got that good (maybe I just didn't do it right). Non immune Cahir gets easily disabled, either removed, moved, locked, tall unit removal, reset... At the beginning of homecoming, he was always scorched or igni-ed. Now Yrden.