Yeah we’re all fine here. I don’t have an extra room to setup a home office in so WFH with two young kids is somewhat challenging. But it’s nice to be home with everyone.
I’ve overextended to get to Rook here again, but really struggled to come up with any better ideas.
Tech StartingHand Workers
Porkhand Magistrate (2/3)
Traffic Director (1/1, Untargetable)
Building Inspector (1/1)
Tech 2 card(s)
Get Paid + Scavenger - ($8)
Summon Judge Bigby Hayes (2/3) - ($6)
In the matter of the court’s Jurisdiction Judge Hayes finds that - ($4)
- The court has the authority to issue an Injunction against the Whitestar Order’s Tech I building - ($1)
- Sparring Partner is therefore disbarred and exhausted.
And in related news, the Judge also reveals the (Manufactured) Truth… - ($0)
- Reputable Newsman is in fact Sparring Partner.
“Sparring Partner” spars with Building Inspector.
Building Inspector (now 2/2) and Traffic Director trade with Rook.
Judge Hayes, purely coincidentally, is elected to midband privileges.
Discard 1, draw 3
Squad Leader: L3 - Bigby Hayes (2/4+A)
Reputable Newsman (0/3, blocking $2 spells/upgrades)
Base HP: 19
Tech I HP: 5
Well I spent several tedious hours on this turn. I think Jurisdiction wasn’t a great tech choice and effectively left me with no good options here (but many of them, so it took a long time to think each one through). Injunction clearly would have been better, but it’s unusual that Frozen leaves an Injunction sized gap in his patrols.
Fairly straight forward for White to get to Bigby. But I gave up looking for better options.