Wednesday 13/02/2013, 16:42
So a lot of the times when we talk about cards, we use terms like "wall", "nuke", "DR", "pill forcer", and so on. But one term that I and a few others use that I think is also useful terminology is "flex card" (or "utility card", if you prefer). This is a card that, situationally, can serve in more than one capacity, with no real preference for any one role. Ideally, they will have above-average base stats for their star level.
Marina is the classic flex card, of course. Other flex cards are offensive DR cards like Rudy, Eugene, Quasichoco, and Lady, or copy bonus cards like Lorna, Amiral Coco, and Klawz.
I find it's usually good to have at least one or two of these types of cards in any given deck. What are others' opinions on the use of flex cards?