There are three schools of thought
1. Bridget - with extra life your opponet will not be able to reduce you to zero and 1 strong hit gives you a chance
2. + x pillz Leader (dont know the name) - 3 more pills would work well in a deck with high powered cards
3. - x pillz . Your opponet having 3 less pills would work well in a deck with attack and or power manipulators plus if you face some one with 8 pills for them to have effetively 5 pills to beat you, so 5+1 pillz makes it easier to predict different pathways they might try.
I believe Bridget, because with pill leaders, the most commonly chosen, they increase your pills which are heavily lowered in later stages and in total they can get you basically the same ammount of pills as the opponent. But insted of working on a weakness, why not work on a strength? Increase your life, use a heavy hitter and dr well thats what I prefere
I love Eklore plus Freaks. the strategy is to bluff first round with your hardest hitter, expecting the other person to overpill (so the minimum doesnt hurt) and then you win one round by using around 6 pillz. usually they will be at five pillz. then you bluff with Eklore and use last card for kill/win
Thanks I think elklore would be superior to Morphun if she had a min of zero but she dosent, Perhaps Morphun would allow you to go gung ho against some one without him and then realy on a card with two powerful attack manipulators for the final or second last round, sob or soa should not greatly reduce the strength of that attack manipulator ideally they would have +12 +12 ! so +24 in total or at least a +12 and a solid power of 6/7 and even all stops would struggle!
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