I want to ask a rather simple question to everyone, one I thought would have been simple but in the end lost me a game. To preface this, I am not talking about walls that come into play WITH an attack value, but rather those that come into play with 0 attack value.
Should walls be able to attack?
- Yes, of course, why shouldn’t they be?
- No, a wall is a wall, it has no cognitive ability, much less the initiative to target an enemy minion or general.
While I understand this is a game where magic and the inane prevail, why on earth should I need to fear something that comes into play with 0 attack value. I lost a match I was about to win on the next turn simply because I had my general next to a wall and the enemy buffed it with three +3 spells (some Vanar stuff or something) and then used their general attack on me to kill me.
I’m new to the game, been playing for almost a week, so this may be the case of me just not getting it, but even in a Gauntlet match, when I had some gargoyle statue (Bastion), I tried to buff that with attack and it didn’t work, it stayed at 0 attack because apparently it’s a structure (not a wall though!), but yet a frozen ice wall can become a 9 attack WALL and smash my face in? Why on Earth is this a thing…
Anyhow, like in my other thread please feel free to point out the flaws in my logic if there are any, I’m open to being wrong, I just feel like a wall that starts at 0 attack should stay at 0 attack.