Logress wrote:I would say that Refess got 2 great level 3's, Trick Shield knight and Holy Weapon Priestess. Trick shield knight's numbers are just right to give him deceptively great survivability on average, while unlike Folrart Shield Knight, he can attack (but NEVER use his special ability... unless he's going to die anyway). The priestess has range, shield breaker, and free targeted healing. She's the queen of second row survivability. Also, with free healing and more healing powers, Wisps finally become as useful as the other spirits.
wait what, LP= 0? Then the person that used the card would automatically lose the match wouldnt they?
Logress wrote:One thing about Recovery Powder, I think it's the best of all the SP boosting spells, because it can really be a lifesaver. The other ones (one round, one target buffs) are kind of weak. Setting off 2 recovery powders in the first half of the game will increase survivability and build SP.
Manipulation through [card=80]Aqua Sorcerer / Mystere[/card] may become more important due to the level scaling, but she isn't as fast as the more traditional combination of options that existed within the basic set balance. Water dragon and cemetary recyling effects might enhance that style of play, but i am skeptical till i try it myself with a more complete falkow setup.xovian1 wrote: : I'm having to hold my thoughts on this one. Given the type of sphere (control based), it is a bit too early to tell how well Falkow made out just yet. I'm sure many Falkow players, including me will be testing various combinations for quite some time to come. However, one difference I have noticed so far is late game control for Falkow is much, much harder. With all the ways to generate Sphere levels, and even SP (though i dont think any of them are that great for any sphere, they should all be 2sp or less IMO) there are going to be quite a number of cards Falkow can no longer get rid of. Bouncing is now going to be a lot harder to set up, and will likely require cards that are not in the starter of the first set. And just to say, no, Falkow didn't get any new bounce.
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