Dragon’s balls rules clarification

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  • #263154
    magikarp1
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    In ESW:A the Dragon’s balls card text is: “Heal 3HP. Ongoing – Defense: You may discard this from play to avoid an Attack. If you do, draw a card.”.

    Does this mean you can use the card to defend when it is still in your hand or only when it has already been played and is considered as Ongoing?

    Also, is each one worth 5 VP for a total of 10? I assume yes.

    #263156
    Lu7ky
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    Each is worth the 5 VP and the card can be used for defense from hand or while down* afaik from the dev playing with some people in a video I saw.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Lu7ky.
    #263158
    magikarp1
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    Cool, that makes the card much more powerfull. I wonder if the new expansion is going to have any way to preserve the value of cards that directly interact (2 Dragon’s Balls, Necromancing + Huge Boner), since there’s going to be card inflation if you mix the decks. If not, I’m probably going to take out Necromancing and keep Dragon’s balls.

    I’d love to watch the gameplay vid with the dev, there aren’t any good ones on youtube. (I guess most board games are hard to record since you have show the table and each player’s hand to give the whole perspective)

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by magikarp1.
    #263169
    Lu7ky
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    here’s the link if you wish to watch it, the final moments involve the second dragon ballz card and it is used as a defense after being played somewhere near the middle on that guy’s turn. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJO3u-TQsFc

    #263171
    magikarp1
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    At 45:55 the 2nd Dragon’s balls get bought and then they end the game, it doesn’t get used. The vid is better than most though

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