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3-18-2011 @ 7:47PM
I actually found it to be a little disappointing. But still enjoyed it.The thing is if you compare it to the other raid decks which lasted much longer and was MUCH MUCH more difficult. And thats because the bosses were not allys and were just bosses you had to fight through to get to the last boss. So it would take sometime and would actually be really difficult and epic.But the Icecrown deck which should be THE HARDEST is in fact easy mode. First night we played it was defeated. Where as the other decks still have yet to be beat. I feel they were a bit lazy by not making the bosses in icecrown actual bosses and just as allys that can in some cases simply go ignored so that everyone can just rush arthas down. Losing a lot of the strategy that the other decks had. This also makes the Lich king deck simply a beefy player deck. Having to place quests as resources the same as everyone makes things extremely difficult for the raid boss, seeing as how you are forced to place cards that you most certainly could use in order to reach the 10 resources needed to win. Its not nearly that difficult for the heros because they have some cards that can go face down.I do really recommend it to anyone looking to jump in the whole thing. And I love the idea of the hero decks that came with it. But it will come disappointing if you have been playing the decks for sometime. The raid boss deck was simply laziness.
3-18-2011 @ 9:32PM
Actually, I'd say they emulated how the raid game of WotLK expansion was perfectly with this TCG set. Super easy and boring. Excellent work Cryptozoic!
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