Slow Time generator is annoying… I don’t want to destroy it, because then on the following turn you’ll get all your gold and I’m the one who missed out! So I kind of want to just leave it there, so it’ll inconvenience you as well.
Wouldn’t Second Chances return the unit you bounce?
Not if he had already bounced and returned something.
You know, that’s a good point, and I think it slipped my mind at the time. Didn’t matter, ultimately.
That feeling when, after barely getting Might of Leaf and Claw active on the previous turn, you go from an empty board to a cumulative 50 ATK (!) and 61 HP (!!) across 7 units and a hero, relying on a Tech I building with a single hit point remaining…
LDT2 Round 3: Hobusu (Anarchy/Strength/Growth) vs holytispon (Necromancy/Present/Fire)
My most recent match was activating Might of leaf on my turn and have 1hero and several units beefed up… my opponent turn was , plague lab + sickness + spread disease + win the game
but i think such an anecdote shoud go here:
I am aware of that thread but it is no big deal, especially that I put it here deliberately to contrast the one Hobusu put last.
You could have posted it in the Salt Thread and linked to my post from there, and it would automatically make a link to your post underneath mine. I understand trying to contrast between your game and mine, but this topic is about celebrating when a plan goes right.
MVashM was just posting his opponent’s ‘When the Codex hits just right’ story. It’s all good, people!
What? Juicer, no! These threads are EXTREMELY SERIOUS OFFICIAL BUSINESS
unless, you know, you don’t feel like it
I feel like this story belongs here… (Or more accurately, it doesn’t feel worth making a new topic and would probably amuse people who read this one.)
I just got done with an IRL game of Codex with a new player I’m teaching (this is his third game total, and his second outside the starting set). The game itself isn’t that important, though it was his first Black against my first Blue (take a guess which side won if you’d like, keeping in mind that he actually won our starter set game and nearly won our Red vs Green game playing as Red). I give him a ride home, and he decides to carry the box for me and ends up placing it on his lap as he sits in the passenger seat. Seems like a bad idea to me, but whatever, they’re his legs, right? We arrive at his house, he thanks me for the game, we quickly discuss what we’ll be doing next time (White vs Purple, him as White so that I have to play a less familiar color), and he sets the box down on the seat where he’d been sitting. I pull away and start heading home… Only to start hearing a beeping sound.
My Codex Deluxe box is apparently heavy enough that the car thought it was a person and wanted me to buckle it in.
When the Codex hits (the seat) just right…