It all depends on the skills of that player.... if he opened the play with Feelyn
(not a very wise choice apparently although a good player might especially use her with 3-4 pillz to attract your Sheitane
round 1: you really should play Sheitane
, with a minimum of 4 pillz and hope he didn't put more than 3 pillz on Feelyn
(even with 3 pillz on Feelyn
it would be an equal attack situation).
IF your Sheitane
goes through that means 1 damage and 6 more from the poison in the next 3 rounds. so you think of 7 damage done.
in order to have a chance against higher power and bonus you need pillz advantage now, so the next move will be to draw some pillz from the opponent, that means playing a high damage card that the opponent would assume you want to go through, like Rubie
round 2: play Rubie
no pillz and try to draw as many pillz from the opponent, there are 2 possible situations : either he plays yayoi or GraksmxxT
, if he plays yayoi is pretty much game won for you ( he deals 6 damage, than you block graks with Gina Glitt
, that means 2-3 damage (if he plays with fury) and then you attack with Dieter
and deal 3 more damage, so you deal 7 from Sheitane
and 3 from Dieter
= 10 damage and the opponent 6 from yayoi and 2-3 from graks that means 8-9 damage.
worst for you it would be if he plays GraksmxxT
against your Rubie
, that would mean that you have to have enough pillz do defeat yayoi with your Dieter
, and the game wil go on pretty much as described