Logress wrote:Good point. On the topic of Fire Tornado and Gowen, a lot of people have been saying that Gowen's a weak set. Tonight I witnessed one of the Japanese creators use our Gowen starter against a well balanced Falkow. The Japanese creator used the deck in a very interesting way, and blew through the guy in like 8 turns. He made good use of Fire Tornado to take out the Falkow's low HP support cards and Voredore. I can say this, the secret to Gowen is to play fast. For Falkow and Refess, the longer the game lasts the better, for Gowen and Lawtia, the shorter the better.
So true, even though being currently undefeated I obviously haven't lost to a Gowen, they have actually provided me with by far my most nail-biting moments and most victories that were won with 1 lp and several closed unrevivable units on my field. In all cases the key was they hit me hard and fast, I was never able to set up and had to do everything I could just to slow them down because it was clear if I let them continue at their pace there was no way I would finish them before they finished me. If you can draw out the match though their weak field presence (do to low hp/defense) will eventually get the better of them, its just a matter of living long enough to get to that point.
Also, now that Fire Tornado works like it should, though I never actually had it played against me when it didn't work right, its quite a fearsome thing to behold. Several players have used it against me to almost pull incredible come backs or almost deliver that last finishing blow.
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