Does anyone here play the GoT LCG? Second edition came out recently and it's pretty good, but I never see threads about it on /tg/
So far it's hard to tell since the card pool is way smaller, but it does feel way simpler and more accessible for everyone, in a good way
Attachments now return to hand when the character dies, but plots now have a new value that caps your maximum hand size at the end of every round, which I like
Ohhh OK, Terminal makes that more manageable. I feel better about that now.
Are the Titles different in melee now? I saw the strength bonuses are still the same but I don't know if the support/oppose positions and effects are different
Strength bonuses are now only +1, but each of them does a different thing
Power allows you to start a second pow challenge, but it has to be against a different oponent than the first
Mil raises claim in mil challenges against opposing titles
Int allows you to apply claim to whichever opponent you want
Redirecting a challenge is now done by the only title that stays outside of the wheel, which also gives you +2 domination
Also, titles are now shuffled and secretly chosen each round, much like plots
That all sounds fucking awesome. I love it.
Have they brought back any stuff like Shadows or naval? I had a Kingsguard Shadows deck back in 1E that was insane, though I think everyone ran that deck before Preston got banned
>tfw no more Noble Cause for Bara
Glass cannon power rush was the most fun I ever had with AGOT, shame it came at the end of the game's lifespan
Not shadows, but keywords are not house exclusive anymore, so Ambush is the closest thing to that now. Influence is not a thing anymore, so it works with regular gold, meaning Lannis has the most cards with Ambush
Events work with gold now too, btw
2.0 has become my playgroup's main game since the death of the L5R CCG.
I've been on a streak of building a shitload of decks to try out, everything looks fun to play.
Impatiently waiting on all the Tyrell chivalry theme cards to be released.
Yeah, Greyjoy are annoying as Tyrell. I'll probably be running Banner of the Stag since Baratheon have the most non-loyal Ladies, and have a Knight, so the kneel tech should hopefully help.
On the one hand, I like it. Especially the insane Tyrell and Lannister Intrigue cards.
On the other hand, I' ve never played the first edition
and won't play this because my gf gave it to me to play together, and then found it not to her liking.
Honestly, I like this game better than even Netrunner! Netrunner's card pool and design went slightly to shit, never mind the mistakes in the core set, but AGoT 2e looks good, is much simpler to learn, with less jargon and just is more fun, personally.
Pic related is my proxy for based Asha.
>Discussion topic: what house do you like/play as the most? Why?
Greyjoy. I play mostly Melee with my friends, to getting to be the first one to choose title is great, and since there's not many stealth characters so far, getting past the enemy is pretty easy. Also We Do Not Sow is so versatile, I love it
That's a nice Khal+Arakh combo you've got going on there
It would be a pity if
To your icons
Are Clansmen as ridiculous as they were in 1st Edition?
>swinging for 8 claim on MIL and POW challenges
my crowning achievement in any card game
Fuck. My House of Dreams Inn deck was a beast. Played the same almost every game but man was it fun in melee
How is Bara this time around? Noble Cause Asshai bumrush was fun in joust for me. Are they still the relentless power rush house?
The third pack will have the Lord of the Crossing agenda.
All your participators have -1s on first attacking challenge. All your participators have +2s on the third attacking challenge, gain 1 power if you win.
Whatever makes the best use of the extra strength at the time? I think I'd be more likely to toss Intrigue away as the first challenge, then use the buff to guarantee a Mil or Pow challenge.
>tfw no Black Sails in 2E
This was literally the most fun card ever and made for some crazy decks. Fuck I miss naval