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(May 30th, 2014)
Inquisitor Thexa, Grand Conductor! New card preview!
      by Seppel

It's been a while since we've seen another Grand Conductor!

Introducing Inquisitor Thexa!


Thexa will reveal your secrets!

As a reminder, a Conductor gets energy counters when it enters the scene, and it can use that energy on powerful skills!

Thexa is a Conductor 2, which means shi gets 2 energy counters, and can therefore use hir super-powerful skill twice. And what is that skill? Shi make a Furre lose all its skills... and then shi takes them for a turn!

If you recall, in previous articles, I kept mentioning things like, "If a Fellowship leader loses its Fellowship skill..." and "If X somehow gains skill Z..." Well, Thexa is the big reason for all of those. All of your opponent's carefully constructed plans can crumble at the will of Thexa. Shi can break up a Fellowship. Shi can make an Adventurer inept. Shi can make a Glutton forget that it has a belly.

Thexa is scary.

Thexa can do anything.

Thexa is a Grand Conductor.

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ezekiel_tyr on Jun 4th, 2014 @ 12:55 PM
so that could be a problem if you have something with a very op ability

Seppel on May 31st, 2014 @ 05:34 PM
@Mage / Lafitte / Draj: You're all correct, but a small note -- Glutton is a passive skill that happens before triggers are even checked. Thexa can't stop either of them, but it's handy to know that you can't take out a Glutton before it gets any passive bonuses. :)

For example, Vitta's EtS skill distinctly triggers *after* the Gluttony is resolved.

Lafitte on May 31st, 2014 @ 11:47 AM
@Draj: Which makes it very convenient they already wear collars!

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