Some interesting items from this podcast:
Jessminder was doing very well with Flashpoint playtesters, and that’s specifically why Controlling the Message has its “cannot be avoided” text. I had assumed that text was meant to power up CtM vs. other tag avoiders like New Angeles City Hall and that Jessminder was an unfortunate bystander, but apparently that text was put there with Jess very much in mind.
I am quite curious about this Jessminder deck that was doing so well. Based on this interview, all we know about it is that it had Maya in it (Maya being one of the main reasons to play Jess at all right now).
There was also some discussion about Sifr as a card, how it came to be, and some suggestions about how to play around it (Damon’s a fan of Hunter Seeker as a solution) which I found interesting, but maybe y’all are generally tired of talking about Sifr.
Very fun interview as always, thanks.