… shoot them.
… shoot them.
…to a rogue. They have means, you know?
There has been some speculation on whether Sjonegaard would be back. Some thought the return of Magma Gargoyle, one of my all-time favorites, would signify his return. Alas, it does not.
To confirm what people learned at KublaCon, here are five (!) new cards spoiled to the winners, including a bonus one:
For anybody who wonders why these: Artheon is the quintessential classic elf - powerful attack and fragile defense. Babbling Mouther is a d20 staple monster - and one of the few that has four attacks. Rress symbolizes Nothrog quickness, Chosen emphasizes the struggle of Good vs. Evil that will play a big role in Warlord 4E. Lastly Quick Strength is an important puzzle piece for all clerical roles.
In Warlord evidently to catch a bullet (or arrow, sword point, whatever) for you.
What selfrespecting Nothrog fighter would go to battle without this card?
And he is the first part of Shakespeare’s quote:
For many of you it’s going to feel as weird as for me. While AEG is going to have its accustomed place very near to the main entrance of GenCon’s dealer hall, Warlord is going to be far removed. About as far as you can get, very close to the art show.
As you can see, we are going to have a very small booth, basically for selling only. We’ll start some of our events out of the booth, but otherwise we are going to be concentrating on the events hall.
The good part about it: We are about as far removed from the noisy electronic games section as possible.
You have seen Meteor Swarm, you have seen Magic Missiles. Here is another staple d20 spell coming back, with a little twist. It’s another of my amateur mock-ups, mind you.
There often are interesting comments on my posts, comments that fear about the future of Warlord, the direction it is going, general concerns.
Time to set something straight, I guess. Are you going to get the new super-polished, conquer the T/CCG world game that sets the standard for the 21st century?
Will we be striving to make Warlord a long-running most fun experience?