Then you play a spy back or use Summoning Circle. Regardless, the coin flip issue is well known and it should be fixed somehow. The spies themselves are fine; maybe giving them a little bit more strength.Exoclyps;n9994121 said:I lose coinflip. I play a card. He play a spy. Whatever I do his calv comes out next turn and he'll be one card up on me.
As is Cantarella's. If your first offered card is useless to you at the moment, but vital later you have a problem because Cantarella sends it at the end of your deck.quantum_number;n9995301 said:In most decks Udalryk's ability is a liability. For any other spy, getting a choice between two golds is the best option, for him it's the worst.
then the game becomes a matter of "did you draw your spy in the opening hand"4RM3D;n9995501 said:
Ah, I wasn't aware Cantarella worked like that. Still, if you can reshuffle the deck you can get that card. With Udalryk, if the card wasn't meant to make a detour through the Graveyard on it's way from my deck to the board, there might be no way to get that card back.nemirni;n9995761 said:As is Cantarella's. If your first offered card is useless to you at the moment, but vital later you have a problem because Cantarella sends it at the end of your deck.
Stefan?nemirni;n9996871 said:In fact i cant think of any ng cards that reshuffle.
You are right, forgot about him.betancurable;n9997061 said:Stefan?
But this does not matter. An efficient spy deck will be able to play all its bronzes disregarding their position in the deck and with Calveit that is not even necessary.
I would like to see CDPR change spies to be only playable if the player in question went first in the current round or if he/she is responding to enemy spies.
What about a reveal, soldier, alchemy deck?betancurable;n9997091 said:An efficient spy deck will be able to play all its bronzes