He's using the construction sidewalk closures to his advantage. Funneling people towards his spot.
I suggest you pay him off or better yet walk in the street.
The lady right in front of me apologized to him and he coughed right at her. Rule one in Philly. Don't talk to people.
This is the sequel analysis from my https://www.reddit.com/r/Kingdom/comments/g23cqr/an_analysis_of_the_defenses_of_the_inner_zhao_may/ . It talks about Ousen's counter strategy: The "Locust Strategy" and why it was so effective against Riboku's Defensive mechanisms. Throughout this analysis, I would be using Ousen's character, historical usage of scorched earth tactics like Subutai's strategic framework of Mongol's Chinese invasion and the thirty six stratagems.
1. Ousen deciphering Retsubi's weakness
When Ousen saw how a single-ladder could easily breach Retsubi's walls, he immediately felt a hunch that something was wrong with the fortress. If you recall Ousen's specialty, it is the creation of man-made fortresses using natural ter... keep reading on reddit ➡
So, I haven't linked a copy of my decklist because this is more of an opinion question than real deck help.
I currently have a [[Locust God]] wheels deck. Would you say it's better to have [[Rielle the Everwise]] in the 99 or as the commander with Locust God in the 99? I'm not sure if the bugs or having recurring access to the draw is better.
So I've been reading articles here and there about the locusts in Africa. Here's one.
That one in particular talks about how cyclone activity were the catalyst for the locust swarms. Which led me to this potentially stupid question...
Could the locusts cause enough devastation to the landscape that it would then, somehow, make hurricanes stronger?
I don't really know enough about hurricane mechanics to even try to Google this one myself. I'm thinking, though, like if they wipe out a large enough expanse of land that it may get hotter or drier or something but I'm not sure if that would affect hurricane development.
I guess a more simplified version of the question could also be: Can what's happening on the land part of Africa affect the intensity of the hurricanes that develop off the coast of Africa?
I've had a Locust God deck for a little while now, and it's so much fun to play. Drawing a ton of cards, wheeling through my library, making an army of bugs, and lots of different ways to win with said bugs. I've put some time into tuning it a bit and it can take over games really quickly. I love the token synergies and it's the main reason I chose The Locust God over something like Niv or Arjun.
My biggest complaint though, is that Locust God is one of those commanders. You know, the ones where you're going to be archenemy as soon as you reveal your commander, and you're going to get focused hard from turn one. Yes, you can dodge commander tax and run a lot of protection, but it's still going to be an uphill battle to get your commander to stick - or even cast it sometimes. And Izzet isn't the best for ramping - especially when Mana Crypts and Vaults and all the expensive rocks are way out of your budget, like me.
However, I've had thoughts of converting TLG into Xyris ever since... keep reading on reddit ➡
UPDATE: Suspect in Custody. Suspect Surrendered
Police say it's at an apartment complex and they've shut down I25 southbound. They have tactical units on scene and ask people to avoid the area due to "random nature" of shooting.