After teaching new players at Alive this year, I have had many ask me what cards every collection should have. This is a tricky answer for many reasons: I am a very competitive person and tend to only care about things that win. Essentially, I can only have fun if my opponent is miserable! MUAHAHA!
Hey guys, been awhile but we’re back with another Redemption Express Interview. This one is a little bit different because the person being interviewed is…me! With the T2 Only tournament coming up, JD (kairusvega) was inspired to write up some questions for me. Hope you enjoy!
Hey guys, been awhile but I’m back with another player interview. For this interview, I sent ten questions to JD Cunningham—known on the Redemption forum as “kariusvega.” Here’s what he had for us!
Today’s video discusses the current state of the meta in Redemption.
Today we have another great video from Chris. He discusses his picks for CoW cards with the most impact on the game.
Hey guys, for the first interview in this series, I interviewed Bill “everytribe” Voigt from my very own Twin Cities playgroup.
Hello everyone and welcome to our second installment of Cloud of Witnesses Combo Musings! (view Part 1 here) As before, I will be commenting on more combos with the new CoW cards. These combos are supersized. Extra Cloudy, made from the finest CoWs. Don’t hold the fries.
Hello everyone and welcome to the next installment of Cloud of Witnesses Musings! Today I will be commenting on some combos I’ve noticed with the new CoW cards. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. But when life gives you 129 new Redemption cards 3 months before Nationals, you make combos!
If you haven’t read Part 1, please check there first for the introduction and discussion of the first CoW ultra-rare!
Hello everyone! Now that the Cloud of Witnesses expansion has been spoiled in whole, it’s time to consider what this means for Redemption. If you are like me, you are extremely excited yet feeling somewhat overwhelmed right now! Cloud of Witnesses is giving us 129 new cards that we need to incorporate into our thought process as we build our tournament decks. Nationals is less than 3 months away! So where do we start? What do we focus on? What are the implications and considerations needing to be addressed when an expansion is released 2 months before Nationals? That’s what I’ll be discussing in what I plan on being a multi-part “blog-like” series of articles. I’ll just be talking about whatever comes to mind and we’ll see where it leads!
The book of Hebrews lists Gideon among the heroes of faith in Israel’s history (Hebrews 11:32). The exploits of men like Gideon, who lived more than 3,000 years ago, are recorded because “whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope” (Romans 15:4). The incident in his life most familiar to Bible readers was a spiritual exercise in overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Gideon understood the ultimate importance and safety of having God as man’s ruler.
Today is Land of Redemption’s 200th post! We have another video by Chris (KingLeo on the message board) talking about some fan-created Redemption card ideas from the message board.
Today, we have a short video by Chris (KingLeo on the message board) highlighting his Card of the Week.
Today we have the start of a new series featuring Chris (KingLeo on the message board) and his videos about various things in Redemption! In this episode, Chris talks about an Armor of God-based deck.
In today’s article, I’ll explore the good Gold brigade and discuss some enhancements that I consider “hidden gems.” My goal is not to say “These cards are ones you have to use.” Rather, I want to bring into the light a few cards that don’t see play as often and some players may have forgotten about (or newer players might not be aware of). Redemption’s history goes back over 20 years now; the tendency of Redemption players is often to focus more heavily on the new cards each year. But sometimes old cards can find new niches. Finding these “hidden gems” is one of many things that makes this game exciting!
This is a follow-up to the previous article on using Dominants, which discussed Good Dominants.
First I want to say it is good to be back. I know it has been awhile since I’ve been able to contribute to Land of Redemption but I am excited to be in a situation that will allow me to be involved again.
Dominants are the most powerful cards in Redemption. There are very few times they cannot be played and very few counters that can stop them. From the staples (Son of God) to the specialized (supporting a certain deck strategy), selection of Dominants in deck-building is critically important. Josiah Beers recently shared a great article in which he ranked all the Dominants and gave some comments on each. In this article, I will try to add to the discussion with some suggestions regarding strategic use of good Dominants. A follow-up article will focus on evil Dominants. Please comment below with additional strategies you have found regarding Dominants!