- Aug 12, 2006
- Reaction score
I understand you fear that a card may unravel an entire scenario. Believe me (or not!), I have been very careful to calibrate cards so that the advantage given is manageable by the opponent. I prefer more smaller events than few big events.It's interesting the example you use of converting a 12 roll to an 11. Yet, sometimes, when that MG has been giving you some real jip, the respite comes when the opponent rolls 12. "He's had HIS fun". Changing that 12 to an 11 is too big a deal for me.
But good luck with them nevertheless. One man's milk is another man's poison and all that.
A marketing tip though...a special SS pack (comes with free wet wipes). I'll let you have that idea for free :nod:
Now on the 12->11 card, we have to disagree, i think it's a great card, but it will have to be used very carefully. Should i use it now or should i accept the breakdown because i want to keep "insurance" in case a big weapon malfunctions.
That creates fascinating dilemma i think.
Otherwise i would not venture into the "men in black" market, there are well-known specialists around that adequately serve their customer base, it seems.