Have you ever gone to the library and left with fewer books than you thought?
Or do you always seem to leave with more than you can carry, promising yourself that you’re definitely going to knuckle down and take on a few extra novels?
(If you’re spending your spare time reading card reviews for a very reading-heavy card game, the question is the answer.)
Daisy is super good at big hand strategies, owing mostly to the old book of lore. But with scroll of secrets now being a fast action, you’ll want it in play as much as possible. Having both means you won’t have a slot open for an encyclopedia or the Necronomicon.
This bag gets even better as you level up, because a library doesn’t put a card from your hand slot into your… Hand of cards. You can instantly replay it. Add calling in favors to put that docent into your hand, and you’re getting three uses out of the same card, and you save actions.
Fast actions mean you can put super useful books into play while enemies threaten to chew on your face. Like a Necronomicon translation that does direct damage.
It’s worth playing “read or die” though, because this card, while good, is not as positive as the advanced weakness is negative.
And remember, those books are gonna be due back in a month.