This entry is part 21 of 79 in the series Rival's Duel

By Eric Bonvie and Nole Clauson

378127_10150441621792624_1477312954_nrdorange smallnolenew90Welcome to another episode of Rival’s Duel. This episode marks a return to the original format of the show, where Eric and Nole choose a topic and argue about it because they can. This week, they are taking on the Necra wedge (that’s Black, White and Green for those of you not playing during apocalypse) and arguing who is the better general. They also go over the new legends from M15 and who they are excited about. As always, full shownotes after the break.

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0:00-2:50 Introduction and Announcements

Nole will be a GP Portland, so come up and say hi to him if you are going to be there.

2:51-29:54 A look at the new M15 legends.

M15 is just around the corner, and we have now seen all 6 of the legendary creatures in M15. Eric and Nole give us the run down of what they think of all of them.

29:55-55:12 General face off: Necra Edition

Eric and Nole are arguing about the Necra wedge, with Eric arguing for the king of the Token Ghave, Guru of Spokes and Nole choosing Karador, ghost Chieftan. Give it a listen and let us know who you think is better.

55:13-End Outro

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  • GUDoug

    Haven’t even listened but Doran good stuff is the best Necra deck so this whole thing is a sham.

  • Aaron Kloppel

    Pretty sure the word junk. Nobody knows what necra stands for.

  • MrMetonymy

    Great podcast (as usual), but could we all just agree to call the wedges by the dragon’s names instead of the Apocalypse nonsense? “Necra” sounds like the final evolution of a Goth kid, and the rest are just downright awful, whereas dragons are empirically more awesome on every level.

    • Nole Clauson

      Considering that we spent half the episode confusing Teneb with Volrash, that may not have worked so well. However, we probably should have made more references to “junk” as this color is commonly called.

      • Aaron Kloppel

        What we really need is a name for WBR wedge. Pretty sure there isn’t one. You know aside from “unplayed” or perhaps Kalia.

        • Jiisuri

          If Khans is indeed a wedge block, we just might get that.

  • Kinghonkey

    I still remember Dega, Necra, Ceta, Ana, and Raka, but I’m old and have been playing for 20 years. 🙁

  • Chris Oake

    Little trivia time, GP Ottawa is not taking place in Ottawa, its not even in the same province. although Eric should know how trivial this is

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