Top Cut Savvy is a weekly podcast hosted and produced by John Earley and Josiah Beers. In today’s feature John and Josiah discuss the recent change to ignore and strategies to bring in new players.. Subscribe
Ruth offenses have been a thing ever since the I/J starter deck was released. But they’ve never had the tools to compete at a high level, until now! Today we’ll will take a look at what makes a Ruth offense work in a Type 1 format that includes LoC.
Top Cut Savvy is a weekly podcast hosted and produced by John Earley and Josiah Beers. In today’s feature John and Josiah discuss two of the most popular decks in recent memory – Flood and Throne. Join them as they occasionally rabbit trail and talk about epic tournaments and clutch plays. Subscribe
In recent years “Throne” offenses have dominated the Type 1 scene. With the ban of the lynchpin Hero Samuel those decks took a rather large hit. But LoC gave royalty a lot of new tools! What will royalty offenses look like in 2020? Will they still be top tier?
In Equipping Young Kids (Part 1), I discussed a couple of ways to get kids involved in learning Redemption before they are able to read as well as a unique way to use half of a starter deck to get early readers started. I also discussed using the other half of the same starter deck to play against them to help with card familiarity. Whatever method you use, I cannot stress enough how important it is for the kids to get very familiar with their cards, and the game rules before making any changes to their decks. I have seen too many kids wanting to make changes to their decks immediately, only to add enhancements that they don’t have any characters to play them on. I firmly believe this will be less likely if you spend more time helping them to learn the basics in a way similar to the recommendations in Part 1.
Top Cut Savvy is a new weekly podcast hosted and produced by John Earley and Josiah Beers. In today’s double feature John and Josiah introduce their new podcast. Subscribe
When can we get our hands on Lineage of Christ cards? Do we get new State and Regional promos this year? Are two Redemption “pros” about to drop some serious knowledge on the community? Are there still any LoC cards that haven’t been revealed? Learn about all of this and more in today’s news update!
Hello all! Where we last left off, I revealed the decklist and gave a basic rundown on my latest casual deck, “The Musical Chariot”. In this article I will be breaking it down even further and cover all the combos that I have found. So without further ado, let’s dive right in!
An offense that focuses on using all meek Heroes might be the strongest offense in LoC. It certainly provides the most depth and variety of any LoC offense since you can build a meek offense around any of the 4 main brigades or blend Heroes from all the eras to use the “best of the best”.