Wave 6: World|Strike (ver 1.2)
Concept by Team Bayformers
When your Autobot Powerglide, Haughty Show-Off takes damage from an opponent's card or has one or more damage counters moved onto him from an opponent's card 🠪 Put a thermal counter on this.
When your Autobot Powerglide, Haughty Show-Off is KO'd and you play his Upgrade side 🠪 Flip this.
The stat bonuses on Thermal Reciprocation affect all stat boxes in each mode of Autobot Powerglide, Haughty Show-Off. Therefore, with this Stratagem in play, Powerglide in alt mode has 3 Attack and 10 Health, Powerglide in bot mode has 4 Attack and 10 Health, and the S2 Thermal Reciprocator grants +3 Attack to an upgraded character.
Autobots have a red frame and the Autobot insignia in the lower right corner. Decepticons have a purple frame and the Decepticon insignia in the lower right corner. A few characters have "Autobot" or "Decepticon" in their names, although these aren’t the only Autobots and Decepticons.
Stratagems are played concurrently with the starting team for a game. This is required otherwise cards like Master Converter and Aerial Enhancements would not effect the starting team, leading Windsweeper to be sad when Blitzwing and Tracks don't count as Planes.
No. For example, if Private Pteraxadon’s Binary Edgewing Scythe upgrade mode removes the base defense from a defending Windblade, Combiner Hunter, it would not remove the +1 from the Camien Toughness stratagem.
You can play up to one stratagem for each different character, trait, or faction listed on the stratagem, as long as your starting team includes that character, trait, or faction. For example, if your starting team is all Autobots and includes Optimus Prime - Legendary Warrior, you can play both Heroic Spotlight and Duty & Honor.
Stratagems go on the battlefield. At the beginning of the game, as you reveal your team, you also reveal your stratagems.
Flipping a stratagem essentially turns its ability off. This happens on one-time abilities to remind you that you've already used them.
No. Stratagems are never put into your deck.
Yes. Each one counts as one of your ten battle cards in the sideboard.
Treat it like a regular star card.