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General Chat / Re: [NO SPOILERS] Black Panther
« on: February 16, 2018, 03:38:04 PM »
I agree with your assessments; saw it last night as well. It's definitely in my top 10 superhero movies for sure.

9.5/10, would see again.

Rules Forum / Re: A few clarification questions
« on: February 14, 2018, 07:58:25 PM »
Thank you guys!

Rules Forum / A few clarification questions
« on: February 13, 2018, 10:57:48 PM »
1.  Does Divine Intervention or You missed your chance, stop Premier WWE Superstar?
     - Also, is Premier WWE superstar "overturn" one card at a time, or is it just one lump sum?

2.  Does Divine Intervention stop damage I'm taking from reversals, or cards such as "go for the cover" ?

Just started playing for the first time with my gf, and the wording for this game is quite tricky...or I'm overthinking things.  :)


Rules Forum / Re: World Tour 05
« on: February 12, 2018, 12:22:29 PM »
Got it, thanks!

Rules Forum / Re: World Tour 05
« on: February 11, 2018, 11:40:37 PM »
Thanks, I thought that was the case. Just wanted to double check with someone else.

Another question if you don't mind, I play a 5 dmg maneuver, it's successful and my opponent plays Sustained Damage in reaction, discard one card to reduce dmg to 3, not reversed from arsenal. can I play Victory Roll?

Rules Forum / World Tour 05
« on: February 11, 2018, 10:22:15 PM »
Hi guys,

Quick question regarding the wording for Chris Jericho's World Tour 05.

Does "once during each turn" mean only on your turn or does it mean on your opponent's as well? For example, if I reverse a card with a unique card like "Don you never...ever" can I use world tour 05 to recover a card?


Haha gotcha. I figured that's what you meant on the tribes.

I'll have to toy around with various versions of Hogan and see which fits my playstyle. I'm bummed and surprised that that he's not a legend. I know he has the "immortal one" card but it's not the same thing. :)

Thanks for taking the time to write that, very helpful. I'm going to take your advice and see if I can string together a chain deck for Jericho since I prefer to not rely on my opponents' choices just like you.

For Hogan, I've only played one game so far against the ultimate warrior deck using the TB version; I didn't end up using his ability once so I might try the OG version. I also didn't know I could use the multi cards with submission or high risk either so thanks or pointing that out.

I guess I'll just have to play some games to get a feel for the intricacies of this game before trying to assess it at a higher level. Glad to have the insight from both of the previous posts though.

Wow! Thanks for your response -- that was extremely helpful.

When you're talking about "tribes" I am assuming that is card types such as chain, volley, or that right?

So far, I've made 2 decks: Ultimate Warrior, B2B Heel, and Hulk Hogan, Volley, Heel. The ultimate warrior deck was pretty easy to build because of B2B, and idk why I went with Volley for Hogan tbh, but the volley stuff seemed kind of cool I guess. I also have Chris Jericho stuff as well, who is one of my favorite wrestlers.

Could you give me a couple archetypes or design ideas for Hogan or Jericho?

Hey guys,

I'm curious to know how one should start when building a deck, or how to analyze strategies for a competitive edge in Raw deal.

I played L5R, MTG, and Netrunner at competitive levels for 10+ years and would consider myself a good player in those games and understand how to go about building decks, but I'm a complete beginner when it comes to Raw deal; only played from the original set to Backlash and just came back to the game recently.

To give an example, when building a Raw deal deck, after deciding my Superstar, I usually just look at good reversals and maneuvers (multi, chain, good abilities) and throw them all together; the same thing with the backlash deck. I'm assuming there's more to this game than just throwing a bunch of "good" cards together and hoping it works.

To follow up on the previous question, what archetype of decks/strategies are there? For example, in magic, there's control, aggro, midrange, and etc.


General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Why place face over heel?
« on: January 23, 2018, 08:42:21 PM »
Thanks for all the replies so far. You guys are definitely setting me on the right path. :)

General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Why place face over heel?
« on: January 23, 2018, 02:56:46 PM »
Wow, OK, those do look like some good cards. Could you name a few superstars that would be better played as face?

General Discussion: Raw Deal / Why play face over heel?
« on: January 23, 2018, 02:43:38 PM »
Hi everyone,

I'm an old player returning to the game, and a new member of this community.  I wanted to say what you guys have done with the Virtual sets is nothing short of amazing, and a big thank you to everyone involved.

I'm still getting acquainted all the cards and popular decks people seem to be playing, which brings me to the question, why play face over heel decks? I'm not seeing a lot of face decks and it just seems a lot weaker compared to heel, and I know this was kind of the same thing back in the day.

What are the essential Face cards other than turn the tide?


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