Game creator David Sirlin confirmed that the move pictured is Cycloid Revolution.
The art is Cycloid Revolution. It's sort of like Venom's huge ball super in GGXX.
It can be assumed that Time Spiral Hurricane would look similar to the Sonic Hurricane of Guile from Street Fighter, an inspiration for the character.
The following rules were added to the game (source):
Hand limit: 12 cards. At the end of the turn (after the powerup phase), discard down to 12 cards if you have more. There's no limit to hand size during the rest of the turn.
Normal draw rule: If your normal attack is blocked or wins combat, draw a card. (this helps to encourage some early ...
It's pretty hard to math this out. It also depends on the game situation. For example, if you are behind by 30 HP and on the brink of death, that blue burst might save you from a dodge into attack followup, but it probably won't save you from anything else. Even then, you might have a hard time winning after using it. A gold burst can get you the two ...
Blue burst is more valuable for simple reason. Let's compare them
+ It's more certain to hit than gold burst
+ It gives +1 card advantage
+ It makes you immune to damage
- OR -
+ It gives you card advantage over opponent that thinks you are bluffing
+ It's less certain to hit than blue burst generally 50% case.
+ It can give ...
Game creator David Sirlin answered both of these questions recently on the forums.
1) Persephone controls the opponent on the following turn from the bench.
Abilities work from the bench. It says you control their turn.
2) Mistress's Command (and Onimaru's Clockwork Soldiers) intentionally do 1 damage and there is no minimum associated with the ...