In Episode 83: The Cold North Awaits, we join the hosts as they embark on the Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden D&D campaign. Join Ben (The Conesy with the Most), Brian (The Stark Raving Mad One), Justin (The Meeple’s Champion), Matt (The Ghostwalker), and Suzanne and find out how the campaign gets started.
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In Episode 81 of the WiscoDice Tabletop Gaming Podcast, we discover our new host – Matt, aka Ghostwalker. Later in the show, the squad reports their findings on Lost Ruins of Arnak.
Join Ben (The Conesy with the Most), Brian (The Stark Raving Mad One), Justin (The Meeple’s Champion), and Matt (The Ghostwalker) in this month’s episode.
I recently played a game of Warhammer Fantasy Battles against Brian’s Vampire Counts. It was great fun, even if the game didn’t go my way. Seeing the battle lines form up, come together, and due battle was a blast.
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If you are like me, then you enjoy winning. The key to that in Batman Miniature Game Third Edition is the objective deck. If you are one of those people, then this is the right spot. We’ll work on leveraging the general objective cards to optimize your Joker crew.
One of the challenges that players face with Batman Miniature Game Third Edition is what cards to include in their objective deck. Between the crew specific cards, the general cards, and the character unique cards it can be overwhelming to determine what cards work for you.
Add in the complexity of having to then analyze your crew build to so that you can complete those objective cards just tosses another challenge into the mix. In order to win consistently in this game I find that you need to score 20+ points in the game. With Joker I actually find that I need to be in the 25+ points range.
Let’s take a look at the general card deck and see what makes sense to take.
If you’ve seen Birds of Prey, you know it is a story of strong, independent women who are focused on revenge. They band together to lend each other support when needed. Majority of the time, they are able to work independently.
That is exactly how the Birds of Prey Crew plays. Unlike other crews that get their strength in numbers, this crew lets you spread out and have each character follow their own mission. Then to close out the game they band together and walk away into the sunset. The remains of a Joker (or any crew) scattered across the table top.