Unfortunately, the holidays and my recent illness have left me playing more than I’ve been writing, which means that I’m writing this post way after real time, which is a disappointment. I really enjoy exploring the casters in writing before giving them a shot on the table. I’ll try to be as true to thoughts as I can as I make my way through how I played Asphyxious 3.
Well, I’ve finished the first of the Casters you all voted on, and now I am moving on to the second. Fortunately, it’s going to be a bit easier this time around. Well, it’ll be better than Sturgis2 with all except one other caster. Let’s move on, though. Let’s take a look at the new caster, recently released and voted on by the crowds – Mortenebra, Numen of Necrogenisis. The format should be similar to people who’ve read the others.
When I mentioned that I had finished up Skorne, I had a list of posts I wanted to write up prior to starting publishing Cryx writeups. I am not going to get to all of them. One day I will do a full faction unit by unit breakdown, and one day I will go through every caster that I’ve played and detail why I either did or did not like them and what I used with them and why. Now is not that time. I am, however, going to give a rundown on my basic feelings about the faction, its strengths, weaknesses, and options.