A little more than 6 months ago the British received changes, especially in their deck, They added this card and the other one was brutally nerfed, I really don’t see any use at 2 currently,
Virginia company: now the manor houses cost you (90) wood, before with the letter it cost (87) and the experience for building it was nerfed, the experience for building it is lowered from 27 to 18, the letter used to be very occasional depending on of the match, although team games used to be seen much more frequently anyway, the card was not really broken, most of the time people preferred to send each other 700 wood, there were only very good players who could end the house boom Before minute 7, I think because of that opening, the good players decided to make a nerf to the letter.
Currently I see this card as an ornament in the deck of pro players, not only because the card has been nerfed but also because the British, having - 100 food, make it difficult for them to start with TP, since going to cut down wood will delay creating the third Villager,
the second letter
“Greenwich Time” At its launch it was very controversial, they said that it was going to be broken, nothing could be further from reality, it became a card that almost nobody used, the card already has an error that has not yet been fixed, it is that the TP cart has almost no vision, I have seen Aizmack (professional player) tried openings with that card getting many losses with little success,
I would like to ask if there is a viable strategy with that card?? I’ve seen Logista or church rush but it doesn’t seem better to me than playing standard, it’s very difficult for that to turn out well, in addition to how risky it is that it could backfire, as a suggestion I think the card would be more useful if the shipment gave you a box of (100 experience) to compensate for the little short-term benefit that the letter gives you.
I want to clarify that I don’t think the British are a weak civ, I just want it to be returned to the variety that it could be in the past before the changes with the opening with TP