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Fall Back!

  • Forfeit: 0
  • Deploy: 0
  • Type: Interrupt
  • Side: Light Side
  • Rarity: C
  • Number: 123
Fall Back!
written by auzi
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General description:
Okay so i am writing this review just because of the picture. I think this is one of the best pictures used in the game, but why is it a light side card? The picture shows the rebellion (small and scattered) and the empire (large and overpowering) which is a perfect visualization of the two sides. Since the picture shows the empire being dominant I think it should be a dark side card. There are so many other pictures that could have been used to show the rebellion retreating (especially on hoth). The card its self is not very useful, lose two card to make your card avoid battle.

use it to run away from battle and lose 2 cards.

Strategies and game play:
stop a force drain that is more than 2 i guess. Or use it to spread out very thin and avoid battle.

Combos with other cards:
cards that give you benefits from controlling or occupying many sites (occupation cards or objectives).

Ways to counteract it:
sense or occupy adjacent sites.

avoid battle
allow you to spread very thin
destiny 5

not immune to sense
get caught in a situation where the interrupt doesn't work and it can cause a lot of damage.

Artwork and aesthetics:
great picture, wrong side

Overall rating:
picture 10 out of 10. game text 4 out of 10.


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Avatar for duff6551
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November 15, 2002
Subject:    Posted: September 17, 2015 10:48 am Reply with quote Report content icon

all too often - text becomes all too important - the picture, just there - to review a card on the picture alone is brilliant - never get locked into a mindset that does not allow for exploration
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