Anyone still plays flora wars?
It's growing on me.
I started recently but I'm still rather green.
I was thinking of branching out into it.
Not really, but I sometimes root out my old sets.
I'm about to play it at a friends house. I should leave soon.
>>26349531>>26349555>>26349566Don't know why, but I laughed. Fuck you/10.
This thread is promising fertile discussion.
>>26349573You mean you should leaf soon, right?Get your shit together, man.
>>26349531>>26349555>>26349566>>26349571>>26349591This thread is growing places
>>26349604Lettuce hope that things continue as they are
I never tried it myself, I'm more of a magic player.Things have been tiresome lately, though and I'm thinking of moving on to greener pastures.
I've been thinking about it, but I don't have anemone.
I was always interested in it, but my town really isn't fertile ground for it.
This shit is why I love /tg/.
>>26349661Well, you know how they say grass always seems greener on the other side... just think about it.
>>26349822We can't just leave it be...
>>26349824Well, Flora Wars is certainly cheaper, so if you don't have the green for MtG it's always an option.
>>26349870Yeah, I'd guess it should be cheaper, it actually looks a bit seedy.
>>26349899Maybe so, but the market has grown considerably lately, so they must be doing something right.
>that feel when I usd to play hardwoods all day errydaynow a days no one wants to see my woodys.
>>26349942one could say its taking off like a weed.
I play cold temperate climate. It's a really pine deck, though sometimes it can be a birch to fight against tropicals, but usually all it takes is to throw in some broad-leaved trees to make it oakay.
>>26350599You could probably spruce it up somewhat when the new set comes out.
>>26350898Yeah, I might need two or tree new cards.Also, my friends plays with Lycopods and says that it's a good way to win, but I can't be leaf him.