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Does anybody know anything about this? I noticed this when looking at the Ratcatchers Launch event preorder the other day (size/italics/bolding/underlining for emphasis added by me): 1 Ratcatcher’s Guild, Paying the Piper Launch Party Guide 2 Double-sided posters and Launch Party sign-up sheets 10 Double-sided Coach Record sheets and Launch Party Team Construction Rules sheets 20 Launch Party flyers 20 Launch Party invitation cards 1 Alternate Veteran Graves metal model 1 Alternate Bonesaw metal model 8 Limited-edition cards (1 each of Piper, Squeak, Pelage, Scourge, Miasma, Skulk, Vet Graves, and Bonesaw) 8 Wheel-of-cheese balls 16 Sewer Grate tokens 1 T/O thank you code (which will give them access to obtain an awesome free pack as a thank you for running the event) Anybody know what's in the free pack? I didn't find spoilers when I went looking.
So I have been playing fish but am a bit salty. I think I am going to take farmers to the launch event. I don't know how everyone is doing theirs but we are allowing anything that isn't a proxy. So Tater is on the table for selection if you bring farmers and have the alt sculpt. The team I have been kicking around in my head is the following: Grange Peck Harrow Bushel Tater A&G I think there is enough influence to allow both Tater and A&G to be optimal (13 before any markers.) The team isn't reliant on the markers for anything but Tater's counter charge which isn't really all that big a deal since you know when you want to lock down the bubble and when it doesn't matter. Good number of hitpoints if not just a little squishy. Tater can be primed for a CRAAAAAZY charge if I can keep him from being telegraphed and still activate late. Are there any glaring weaknesses in this team? I felt like it seemed slow but it really isn't. Would I be better served bringing Jackstraw or Windel? My game plan is 1-4 with the team barring any shenanigans in which I can go 2-2. I think I can outswing Fillet butchers (that I know I'll see) but I feel like it is going to come down to whomever gets the first big turn and snowball from there. Filler butchers are the team I am most worried about just due to the skill level of the other participants. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.