This is why i was saying timing is an issue. If you bring out the setup too late, then the opponent could arrange for a lebeau trigger with a large pile of dead in the cemetary instead of in a smaller one. The "bomb" should also be planned to take place all in the space of 1-2 rounds in reality, so the actual angel isn't on the table very long, so one turn of shade when the bomb opens and one turn using soul bind while the angel is in play before arranging for the angel to be removed. For example, angel hits the table and shade is opened reducing the SP to 0. The angel is hit twice setting off the bomb and closing most of the opposition and the 70 damage attack from noirweiden closes whatever is left. All but 2 units leave the field triggering SS. Now, if nothing was left on the field on the lawita side and damage was dealt, it could mess things up if a revival SS were set in place, otherwise the unit on the table would absorb some of the chaff left in the wake of the retaliation strike. If this doesn't happen, then shade can be used as a fake tank for noirweiden, so that it will be closed when she takes a hit and be revived thus completing the chain for counter attack in the following turn closing the opposition board while you prepare to setup for the late game.Candi wrote: Now, I read the original post two days ago so I may have missed something, but would LeBeau not slam you? If they revive a unit, LeBeau it you are done. Because the XXXX SC is damage, not armour piercing, and neither is your angel.
Another issue I can see is dealing with a larger enemy force. If they have SP generation SC's then they may be able to do more revival then you could allow for - you only have 3 shades (and only so many LP) and you can't use Mad Priest's when you start the bomb.
Proxy wrote:I'm not sure if this is true or not, but there is a rumor that Flesh Recycling self-reviving units means permanently closing the because they keep the effects placed upon them before its life ended. I've seen a Zombie Lord with 10 DF placed on it by a Dryad and every time I killed that thing, the 10 DF didn't go away; I'm assuming it's true then.
So hypothetically, I could one shot win a game if I cast Recycle flesh on this angel. I imagine that'd be an interesting game to witness
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