Support sarna. It was designed by Richard Garfield. Its production ran from through The BattleTech CCG featured BattleMechs , characters, and technology from the original board game, with new artwork done by various artists. The goal of the game is to make your opponent run out of cards from their stockpile deck of cards.
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Darthvegeta Warrant Officer Posts: "Loyalty is it's own reward! I wasn't sure where to put this, this 'seemed' the best section as it's 'general' but if not, please mods move this thread to something appropriate. Anyway, not too long ago i picked up a huge box of battletech cards.
It is quite a big collection. I was hoping to make some decks for me and some friends but given my lack of experience in this game, i'm hoping someone had some old decklists lying around or on the net for this wonderful game. I'd like them to be roughly the same level in power and 'themed'.
Most if not all of my card seem to be of the original series before the reboot if that makes much difference. Free Skye Recruit Posts: 5. Half the fun is experimenting and trying out different cards. Any power deck someone else may have built will shortcut that experience while making for a less enjoyable game for the opponent.
So I'd say just play with what you've got and focus on making evenly balanced decks rather than "good" ones. You can probably build one throughout the entire course of the game, but it's usually difficult as well as more trouble than it's worth. When starting out, most of your Mechs in the deck should cost maybe 5 resources or less. Preferably less. Among friends, it's perfectly fine to break these rules. But in competitive play, you will usually have your hat handed to you unless you strictly abide by them.
I could talk about this game at great length. As you can see, I finally recreated my account after the old boards were wiped just to make this post. But this is a fun game to play, so as long as you're among friends, just throw together decks of equal numbers and sizes of Mechs and Resources and learn as you go.
Well i'm not looking for competitive decks. I lack the huge amount of rares for that. It's more that i'm trying to have a few decks roughly equal in power. Had a game already and I must say it is a good as I remember it was. It's not like most cardgames out there and has a slight 'wargame' feel which i like.
Thanks would be most appreciated! I tried not to put too many 'high end' mechs in our decks. But the Steiner deck my brother made did have 4 or so big ones. Lot of good stuff including numerous deck lists. Maniac Actual Lieutenant Posts: Of the factions you listed, I had decks made up of Kurita, Green Turkey, The Kurita deck was primarily a "wall" deck with lots of cheap assaults. But, mainly, cheap low cost mechs - Daimyo's, daikyu's, spiders, venoms, etc. Throw in targeting aces, "Nice groping" mission cards, maybe some narc refits I really, really beat people down with that deck.
It did have one problem, though. As other people have mentioned, it had lots of expensive mechs, so it built so. If not Well, it ususally died in a duel because of that. Hope that helps. AS may be as much a representation of the Battletech universe as the original tabletop game is, but if you tell someone "I'm playing Battletech" chances are, if they know what that is, they're going to take you to mean the original tabletop game.
I'm framing this by saying I was by no means good at the game, but I do remember that the Jaguar Deck you could buy had a tendency to come with a LOT of missile Mechs. Also, the Jaguar had some slow, beefy, expensive assaults of death. Quote from: Kitsune on 29 July , I had a Drac and Steiner Deck back in the Day. My Drac deck was build around a huge card combo that rarely worked, but when it did it was awesome.
The idea was Takashi only allowed your opponent to attack once in a turn, coupled with a berserk mechwarrior in big mech, the ambush forced an attack on your stockpile with all available mechs and the chaotic battlefield conditions randomized all of the damage at the battlefield.
This usually destroyed most of the enemies mechs for an easy clean up from your remaining forces. I won several tournaments with that deck.
I may have to dig up my decks and see if I can find an opponent again. Clan decks were very scary, as they had many light decks that could take advantage of Elite mechwarriors.
I think they banned that card though. Thanks for all the posts guys! A few questions: - Is it worthwhile to focus your deck on only 2 resource types? For instance M and A for my Kurita deck? It might lack flexibility but it seems to allow one to spam units fast.
He seems quite good in overheat heavy decks but the cost would prevent yet another mech to be fielded. How difficult would it be to acquire one of each card ever made? I want to put together a binder one day but I feel like I'm going to get a LOT of spare stuff in this quest. Quote from: guardiandashi on 17 September , Shin Yodama Master Sergeant Posts: Quote from: Maniac Actual on 17 September , Quote from: StoneGiant on 18 September , Quote from: guardiandashi on 18 September , Quote from: Darthvegeta on 18 September , Quote from: Jal Phoenix on 18 September , Quote from: bjorn on 18 September , Quote from: scatcat on 18 September , Quote from: jklantern on 18 September , Man I'll have to post my Ghost Bear deck SMF 2.
BattleTech Collectible Card Game
Darthvegeta Warrant Officer Posts: "Loyalty is it's own reward! I wasn't sure where to put this, this 'seemed' the best section as it's 'general' but if not, please mods move this thread to something appropriate. Anyway, not too long ago i picked up a huge box of battletech cards. It is quite a big collection. I was hoping to make some decks for me and some friends but given my lack of experience in this game, i'm hoping someone had some old decklists lying around or on the net for this wonderful game. I'd like them to be roughly the same level in power and 'themed'. Most if not all of my card seem to be of the original series before the reboot if that makes much difference.
BattleTech Trading Card Game
BattleTech Collectible Card Game was designed by Richard Garfield , the designer of Magic: The Gathering ; both games use a similar style of gameplay and card distribution. It was produced from November through ,  and features BattleMechs , characters, and technology from the original BattleTech board game, with new artwork done by various artists. The goal of the game is to make your opponent run out of cards from their stockpile deck of cards. The most basic way of achieving this is to attack your enemy's stockpile with mechs and other units. Each player will need a deck with a maximum of 60 cards. Those decks can consist of any combination of cards the player desires, although when playing with official FASA rules, choosing cards for your deck will be limited, e.