Warlord: Epic Edition Booster Pack

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Dice rolling in this one can be a bit annoying. All of the strategy of this game is done way before you even come to the table.Unfortunately many times, it seems that you don't have many decisions to make while you are actually playing this game. Most of your decisions are dictated by the cards in your hand.Another problem exists in that typically in a game, you may only see 10 to 15 of the cards in your deck, which means that the game plays totally differently depending upon your card draws, thereby inhibiting some of the strategy that does exist when you actually do build a deck.It's fun sometimes to see some of your combos work though.I tried replacing the d20 with 2d10, but tweaks would have to happen to the low and the high armor classes, since the percentages change a little bit.I think this game works VERY well as a sealed deck type of game, say with 30 to 40 card decks out of fresh battle packs and boosters, but the game loses ALOT of staying power once you start buying cards and building tournament legal 60 card decks.

4/1/2020