Age of Ascension Set Review: Logos CotA Reprints 3 of 7

SPOILER ALERT!!! This is moving along fairly quickly and for those that haven’t been keeping along, I reviewed houses Brobnar, and Dis already. Today we have Logos and I will be ending the week with Mars tomorrow. I really liked Logos during CotA. While it’s notable Twin Bolt Emission, Mother, and Library Access aren’t coming
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SPOILER ALERT!!! Quick turn around this week, I’ll be reviewing Dis house today, Logos Tomorrow and Mars on Friday then be back Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday next week to finish off the last 3 houses Sanctum, Shadows and Untamed. I know your here for the review and not the intro, remember the scale is 0 to
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Spoiler Alert!!! Welcome back to Knowledge is Power. Since I wrote the last article, a lot has been spoiled from Age of Ascension. I was originally going to pick three cards from each house that had been spoiled and discuss them. Since we now have a lot more information about the set. I’m going to
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Each time new cards from the upcoming Age of Ascention set are spoiled, debates begin over the perceived usefulness of each. After all, we all want to be in as good a competitive position as possible once the new set drops. One of the most debated of these cards has been Yurk, and its elder
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To begin, I would like to say that I wrote this the week after Adepticon, but I didn’t get around to posting it anywhere because it didn’t feel quite right. I was hoping to infuse some positivity following Adepticon, and I hope I still can. I am just glad this write up didn’t go to
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I recently attended a sealed survival tournament where everyone got three new decks.  Lose with one and you can’t use it again during the tournament, last deck standing wins.  As soon as everyone opened their decks, they were talking about their SAS scores.  Everyone was hoping to pull a 90 or 100+ SAS score on
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