I love Overcharged Bot. I run a 2 Genesis/1 Exile deck with him in command. I like using all of my Gather the Weak turn eight and then playing him with Angelify turn nine for a nice surprise (that I am now spoiling).
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Paladin of the Flame Dawn dies to Calamity despite it not being a damage source.What you even talking about, Calamity is remove from the game effect and works as such. If Titan of new world died to Oblivion it's a bug, everything else you saying doesn't make sense.
Some of the people in this thread don't even understand how the cards work according to what they posted.
This may be make me horribly unpopular but the amount of misinformation in these posts is alarming. Oblivion is a destroy/death effect meaning anything with shield or that must be killed with damage/combat damage is immune to oblivion. Second: Graveyard hate extends the time you have to win before they can play oblivion. If they are buying resources for Oblivion to make up for the loss of abilites in graveyard you are also winning. Triple Purity CoV you can bet they are running Oblivion so no it isn't OP.
Then you have Cataclysm. It can not be cast if Cataclysm is in the graveyard. If you can not beat someone by turn 10 and you don't have a backup plan for boardwipes then the fault isn't Cataclysm.
I have played this game for only a couple weeks. I have won and lost. I win more than I lose, because when I lose I analyze the loss and learn from it. Oblivion is not OP neither is Cataclysm. If you struggle with them you need to analyze your deck building and your strategy. Too often people lose to something and rather than adapting to it they decry it as OP. Some of the people in this thread don't even understand how the cards work according to what they posted. If you struggle with a card analyze what makes it hurt your deck so bad and how can you make the deck more effiicient.
Can people stop whining about Wholesale Slaughter please? The card has existed for months and it only started getting attention ever since "mill". Why didn't I hear about nerfing Wholesale Slaughter before ascension? Because it doesn't need to be changed. You want Wholesale Slaughter to get changed, then how else would people kill your Mega Units in command? You just want to win every game with no counter to your deck? Not only does Wholesale Slaughter kill Mega Units, but it also kills cards which can't be killed such as Avatar of Lingbao and Aoshun. Wholesale Slaughter is a great card by design in my opinion, because it also harms the player using it. I can't say the same for Mad Monk.
I think Wholesale Slaughter needs a slight change though. Sacrifice should kill characters with two lives indefinitely, such as Sol and Infected Characters. Their second lives should not activate, if it goes through card effects such as Invincible and Shield.
There is a noticeable bias towards the cards people favor versus the ones they don't like. The Exile faction has cards that are random in nature and a few players are in an uproar because instead of being able to make their decks formulaic it forces them to adapt to situations that they did not account for. It is the differences between tactics and strategy. One is good for planning and one is being able to adjust to an unfavorable situation. Tibat, Wholesale, etc., are fine. They're not annoying, They're not broken, it is a novel play style that some veteran don't want to adapt to. It is beatable consistently if you try just a little.
However, we have on the other hand things that are blatantly problematic. Sol being absurdly strong, Precautionary Measures, Uncosted flying (Angel faction) as another user stated, lack of flying defense and other painfully obvious imbalances. Yet we don't have any "What about those Overseers" threads with "research" videos of how broken they are.
The reason is because the players who complain about Tibat will shamelessly use Sol and other cards that are much stronger than Tibat can ever hope to be. Yet due to ceaseless whining he is getting nerfed while the real problem cards are remaining untouched.
Admirable really. I used to spend time trying to figure out how on earth a late-game FD deck could exist, especially a deck that somehow uses Hilderic. I long gave up, but the idea always lingered in my mind alongside making a decent Enyah deck. I still playing Enyah here and there when I get a creativity spark; not so much in PvP, but still. It's fun to Dehumanize a Humbled Avatar of Lingbao into 30 demons that also buff Master of Demons to heights of absurdity.