wow proxy, that was sort of a "haha! I know how refess can beat Falkow but I ain't telling!" sort of post. Since your apparently a Falkow player yourself I can understand why you wouldn't necessarily want to share your weaknesses but it just came off a little rude to me (and from his response I'm guessing to Grain as well).
In my experience for non super stall refess decks Vordore isn't the problem, refess vs Falkow games tend to be decided prior to Vordore being played. Vordore is basically Falkow's mid to end game hammer, he comes down when Falkow has a nice set up and is going for the kill. To prevent Vordore from being truly effective your goal should not be to kill him out right (that does work for other clans but refess just isn't very good at it) but to keep falkow from establishing themselves well enough that he can come down with a large swarm of units to recieve his boost.
As for how to keep Falkow from establishing themselves, that depends both on your strategy as a refess player and your opponents strategy as a falkow player, I've beaten some and struggled with others. Blessed Acolyte absolutely dominates haste soldier so if you run into this match up, smile, your already in the drivers seat toward success. However if your running a stall refess and you've got shield men in your BA slot then you may be in a world of hurt (but again Vordore in general wrecks stall refess). Whats more if your opponent is running stuff like witch+sylph to keep bouncing your BAs instead of using haste soldiers it can be hard to maintain field presence while he's building up his field. If they throw in the Wasseir soul card on top of that, honestly I haven't figured out how to beat that deck just yet, they just have too much time to set up while you keep rebuilding your field.
If you do make it into the mid game in good shape though just make sure to play your Light Spear Woman as soon as you can as her high damage and armor piercing have a tendency to really give falkow front liners trouble. I haven't tried it myself but I'd assume EX-Baron would be a decent anti-falkow too. The key is making defense a non factor, make it a non factor and even the normally weak refess units can take down Falkow pretty quickly, and until Vordore hits the field Falkow's damage output really isn't much of a threat to the high hp refess units. Keep pressing your advantage and Vordore will never find a good time to come out.
But again, super-return falkow files are ones even I haven't found a good tactic against with refess. Refess doesn't have the open skill units necessary to make them pay for bouncing our units (just think how different this match up must have been in the Japanese game where Refess had a +2sp open skill will-o-wisp) nor do they have the field damaging grimoire necessary to deal damage with out units, so refess really doesn't have many ways to prevent super-return Falkow from setting up, and once set up Vordore WILL almost always spell the end for Refess.
Unfortunately its very possible this imbalance in Falkow's favor is a result of the overhaul (aka extreme weakening) will-o-wisp received in the english game since in Japan's early game the japanese will-o-wisp can deal with witch/sylph and absolutely loved being returned to your deck.
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