I'm sorry, this doesn't make sense to me.
A good player is not going to build a deck of 8 2*s for ELO
play, right? Your opponent may have 2 or maybe 3 cards like Wendel
in his deck. (3 is considered to make your deck "topheavy."
So, the odds of Bristone
coming up against a "strong" card are better then her coming up against a "weak" card.
But wait! As a good player, you would probably strive to AVOID the situation of Bristone
blocking some 2-power card... So I guess it makes this already uncommon situation VERY rare. (If you have a card like Wendel
coming at you, why not guess how hard your opponent pilled if he was "baiting," and try to pill your big card a little harder than that? Successfully block him with someone like Methane
and you have a nice advantage, especially if Bristone
is also in your hand.)
""DR is too risky to use? That DR is bad?" "Who she DRs is not important as long as she helps control gap. "
Sorry, this is your argument not mine. "
I'm sorry, but I don't see what else you could be implying. If you are trying to say that a DR blocking a 2 damage card is a "common" scenarios, you are saying that DRs are "commonly" useless. On the other hand, if you agree that Bristone
is a very uncommon scenario, why should it have more weight than Bristone
, or Maurice
? If it doesn't have more weight, then why use it as an argument?