Pikeru wrote:DeeGee wrote:If you're so afraid of tidals and returns: use undeads and shades with Gafc SS and lose no SP whatsoever to anything.
Returns win because some Sp-efficient unit gets returned, then you spend 1 SP reviving something that didn't do a lot (or no) damage. Lather, rinse, repeat, and you're down 2-3 SP, which translates to one more unit on the field for the Falkow player, which when coupled with more agility means they're killing your stuff far more than you're killing theirs.
Don't get sucked into the return/revive lock and you'll be perfectly fine.
So you're suggesting everyone play one singular file because YOU claim it's the best counter? This is what is called a monopoly and it's the purest sign that a game has become imbalanced. You're accidentally indirectly saying returning is OP, you might want to change that statement before somebody forgets you're a return-lover.
DeeGee wrote:I'm far from a return lover. But considering that the management just wants to endlessly push tribals on people, then, welp, I say **** that. And I'm going to run Dio until people forget tribals even exist. Alteil was fun back in the set 5-6 days, before it was "oh hey just put together all these units that give each other bonuses and plop away". Files were organic and put together based on synergy rather than "this unit gives bonuses to this other unit that shares a type with it".
But unless you're playing returns, you're going to have to actually deal with all those tribal bonuses. And sorry, I don't want to play that game.
DeeGee wrote:Trust me, I don't enjoy playing this return nonsense. But all of the erratas left me no choice.
DeeGee wrote:Something has to keep those refballers in their place, and if they insist on trying their bonus stacking crap in Folrart, I'm going to return them into the abyss so that they'd get the message: stop playing snowballs, or I won't let you play.
Peralisc9001 wrote:In MTG return isn't as powerful simply because next round you get your lands untapped so you can immediately replay the unit.
In fact it's actually fine in MTG. You'll probably hate damage more ...
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