“It’s about time!” The Cheshire Cat said. “I’m tired of waiting for you to play with me.” The man looked at the cat and smiled. He reached into his pocket, pulled out a deck of cards, and threw them on the table.
“We’ll see how long this lasts,” he said as he dealt out two hands. There was an old story from Japan that told of a battle between warriors: one side wearing red armor, the other blue armor. In its conclusion, it is revealed that both sides were merely illusions created by a single samurai who had switched back and forth between colors in order to fool his opponents before defeating them all with ease! “It’s about time!” The Cheshire Cat said.
“I’m tired of waiting for you to play with me.” A few months ago I got my hands on a Force of Will deck with the new cheshire cat card in it. The problem was that I never really had time to build up a collection, and even if I did- who would want to play against me?
I’m not saying my decks are unbeatable or anything (although they might be), but when you’re playing someone that has two different versions of Marisa Kirisame, an oversized Gandalf figure from last year’s release just sitting there waiting to topple over your puny forces.. well let’s just say nobody is going to beat those odds. It became clear: winning wasn’t enough anymore for me. It didn’t matter how many people I could defeat at once, or what kind of