NR has many other cards which can be used along PFIs. And again you do not read what other people write. I did not say PFI is unbeatable, it is just way too tedious to deal with for people.rams142857;n7594210 said:NR with PFI is not well-built already. It does not have scorch or Villentretenmerth and is check full of useless mardroemes (and let's not forget the other copies of PFI). What is he going to do with them, buff Baron??
Anyway, I don't really care about your point. I empirically checked, what happens when I meet PFI. Checked many times. Answer: PFI gets trampled upon, most of the time. And your opinion that PFI is unbeatable is just that, your opinion. If you cannot regularly beat them with the deck you use - change your deck, there are much more dangerous things out there than PFI.
So, "git gud" is your advice huh. Thanks for useless advice.
Really, you have some nice jokes over there. Steal PFI with Udalryk! That means you have to draw it first...of course... Another useless advice which is highly situational.rams142857;n7594210 said:My second hint is not situational at all - except if the situation is defined as 'the opponent deploys PFI at all'. Yes, PFI player who keeps all the infantries in his hand to the last plays of the game can avoid that...
Oh yeah, Foglets where the enemy can copy faster then you can steal Are you even serious? Your deck might not even run Foglets or you might not even have any weather card. But I believe your one-trick-pony decks can crush everything on their paths.rams142857;n7594210 said:I'm not monsters specialist, but did you just say that griffons are only fantastic against NR, ST and Skellige, while against fellow monster player they are merely bronze 6+2+2 (any foglet you steal is one you have and he does not)? You poor guy, you, they gave you such useless cards...
Regardless, I rest my case. Good for you that you found the eternal cure for such tedious decks.