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Multiplayer Specific

Post  Slyphidine on Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:44 pm

Was talking to Anthony about multiplayer cubes (which will probably become a future 3rd Power podcast), since my cube is often used for multiplayer. What cards in my cube, if any, do you see as particularly advantageous in multiplayer over regular duels? Or, what elements of my cube bend more towards multiplayer play than duels?

Examples might be, "Fewer aggro elements," "higher curve," or "more wrath effects." I'm trying to think of a single card that exemplifies my cube's favoring of multiplayer. Most of the stuff in there works just as well in duels as multiplayer. The only one that comes to mind is Desolation Angel, and how John W won on turn 8 or 9 against the entire table with it once. But that could have just as easily happened in a duel.

Any thoughts?

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Re: Multiplayer Specific

Post  redxxii on Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:04 pm

Barter in Blood and Innocent Blood are always enjoyable, as are symmetrical card draw affects like Jace 1.0 or Temple Bell.

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