Card advantage. It's when you have more cards in hand than the opponent. If you have, say, 6 cards when the opponent has 5 going into R3, you get to play your final card after them (usually). A number of decks do X, Y or Z in R1, turning certain units into powerhouses along the way, try to get CA R2 and play those powerhouse cards late R3. CA is important for a number of reasons.Ihear_BlueColors;n9143160 said:Sorry. I can't keep up with the abbreviations. What's CA?
Also. Usually by that time I've already used Scorch or the Mushrooms. The concern is that Hag is played last. Like. Literally last.
In the case of Gravehag, if the MS player has CA R3 they can play her as the last card play and the opponent is out of cards, thus unable to stop it. The way you stop Gravehag is to hold a counter for her for the end of the game and, under no circumstances, lose CA for R3. Now, there is a difference between saying and doing that.