Oh, right, I forgot you manually edit yours. Hmm… it would take a bit of work, but I think I could make a version of my output formatter that produces the format you like to use, and in the long run it would probably save you a lot more time than it would take me to figure out how to code it. Would probably have to add some input fields for information not included in the spreadsheet output, but it should be doable. The biggest challenge would be that I think your posts aren’t entirely consistent, like, I remember sometimes you include the game number, but not always. Since I’m not an expert on your posting style, I’m not sure I’d be able to get it exactly how you’d want it.
Well, in any case, I don’t have time to think about it too deeply at the moment. GL HF, and hello to my old friend Pestering Haunt.
Tech 0 card(s)
Get Paid - ($5)
Worker - ($4)
Master Midori - ($2)
Forest’s Favor - ($0)
Discard 3, draw 5
Squad Leader: L1 Master Midori (3/4A) [1+]
Base HP: 20
DeGrey is a strong counter against Skeleton swarms, but it conflicts with Wisps and is vulnerable to Balance removal of Mythmaking. I’m not really worried about taking base damage from the Haunt when I have access to Artisan Mantis. I’m more worried about it harassing my units in combination with Deteriorate and StW, but also, I’m more hesitant to play the Tree vs. the Haunt. On the other hand… his spells can’t directly damage the Tree, and the Haunt’s attack can’t be improved, so if I deploy the Tree and then somehow suppress the Haunt, the Healing 1 could be a nice perk to help sustain my units… but can I suppress the Haunt? It’s unstoppable, and even if I kill it with a Tower, it’ll probably just keep getting replayed from the Graveyard after attacking. Not sure if there’s anything I can do there… except maybe Birds. But… for now, maybe I should just go with an aggressive hero strategy, given that I have Forest’s Favor in hand and that the Haunt can’t patrol. Problem with that is, it’s vulnerable to Doom Grasp. Still… better to play against the cards he has now than those he has yet to tech in, I suppose. If nothing else, I can maybe crowd out whichever picks he’s proactively interested in, and then play around Doom Grasp later. In any case, I don’t see a better option than dropping a buffed Midori right now.