The bronze cards in question are almost always the ones with 6 provisions. For a while now, the design direction seem s to be to put these 6 prov bronzes on a massively high power level - easily overshadowing 6-8 point golden cards. Almost all factions have something on 6 provisions that is considered overpowered (or at least was at a certain point before nerfs).Bronze engines with no point ceiling need a nerf. There are a lot of things to complain about in the game, but NG never seems unfair, just a lot of toxic deck archetypes.
But at least there is a thought process and creative thinking involved at this stage. Although not a foolproof strategy, it goes miles ahead compared to simply rolling in a tantrum on how unjust the world (and Invo) is.The problem with Ofiri Merchant against NG is that they can usually get access to Duchess Informant to copy the merchant and switch the cards back.
So having opinion on a card being unbalanced and pointing out why that is, is now called crying for help.I truly appreciate players who take the real step and try to overcome difficult situations and scenarios instead of crying for help and call something "unbalanced".
Feel free to do so.So having opinion on a card being unbalanced and pointing out why that is, is now called crying for help.
Note that down folks, and remind yourself about it every time you decide to dare questioning the current state of any card.
It's not about you and not about how you handle this, because everyone is looking for their own ways of dealing with it. It's simply about the card. Just because people can find ways to play around it in a better or worse way, doesn't make the card any less ridiculous, and stating it openly is nothing wrong.Feel free to do so.
On a different note, the point is on actively trying to overcome difficulties yourself. I play the same game as you do, facing the same issues myself - yet I still have to find a single occasion where I'd go out and call Invocation anything extreme. Somehow I manage.