Here is part 2 of our deckbuilding as we work on Mike’s Lore Deck. After the creature beating we took in our last game we need to make sure we have a bunch of damage control in here.
It’s time to upgrade our decks. MScott and I are graduating from the preconstructed decks and this time we build a custom Tactics deck. Watch as we examine the cards and talk about pros and cons.
Mike has been getting pretty good at the special holiday Hockey variant on Rocket League. After a slow start he got in the Hat Trick groove.
Our luck ran out. MScott and I gave it a good go but I think the preconstructed decks are just not good enough to take down this scenario. I’m going to try to get some better decks going. Talking though that might make a good video!
MScott and Mike tackle the second scenario from the Core Set – the one with the big Hill Troll = and again have success. We’re rolling now and will go for the ridiculously hard Escape from Dol Guldur next.
Casandra’s Bandage Only run comes to an exciting conclusion.
Friend to the site MScott dropped in for my scheduled board game stream and I taught him the fun cooperative card game Lord of the Rings. Using the OCTGN software we were able to have a nice online play area. The beginning of the video also serves as a nice tutorial as I was getting MScott up to speed and we played the first quest from the Core Set.
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It’s our first edition of Retro Duels and we should not have picked Casandra’s best game! It was a fun time anyway and we all came together as a family – I guess? Unfortunately I messed up the audio. Rookie mistake but at least I know what it is so I won’t repeat it.
Holy wibbly wobbly I’m bad at games! I was so excited for the new series we are starting up, Retro Duels. The kids and I are going to face off playing retro multiplayer games every weekend. But if I can’t beat the Luigi bot on Normal…yikes. Anyway Casandra said I needed to post this for posterity. I did utter the phrase “the other side of the bread” so I may be known for that eventually.