Truand
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Vous gagnez +2 à votre valeur de compétence pour ce test.

« McGlen, vous essayez de nous faire tuer ? »
«Pas cette fois, mon pote. Pas cette fois. »
Darek Zabrocki
La Route de Carcosa #30.
Manœuvre Audacieuse
Reviews

Seems odd at first glance, why would you need +2 if you have passed? My initial reaction was that it would help land Double or Nothing but it doesn't actually help there, because of how that works (it doubles the difficulty rather than you needing to get double the target).

It does combo with cards where you need to succeed by a certain amount:

Switchblade

.41 Derringer

Opportunist (though this seems a pretty poor use)

Scavenging

Rex Murphy's trigger

Expose Weakness

Deduction

Alchemical Transmutation

(I might well have missed a couple)

Ultimately none of these uses are that mind blowing. I think a card that only works in combination, and only provides lukewarm benefits even if you draw the combo together is pretty weak.

I'd like to add that it also pairs with quick thinking. — FractalMind · 34
Cool, thanks. I also missed the advanced version of Fearless — waferthinninja · 658
what about the trusty shotgun? — stetson · 3
And Viscious Blow 2? — AndyB · 907
And lockpicks. — XehutL · 47

Daring Maneuver’s stock is going up as the succeed by X archetype is getting more defined. Momentum in particular works really well with Daring Maneuver, allowing you to turn any success into at least a -2 difficulty on the next test, which in turn can further enable more oversuccess. Tony Morgan with fight tests, "Skids" O'Toole, Wendy Adams and Finn Edwards with Lockpicks or Slip Away, Sefina Rousseau with Suggestion, or Jenny Barnes or even Preston Fairmont with Well Connected. Although the interaction with Lucky Cigarette Case is clear, this also works well with Crystallizer of Dreams as a way to be up 1 on a later test. I’m starting to run this card in most of my Rogue decks to good success.

StyxTBeuford · 12739
73 likes? What the heck? — Tsuruki23 · 2329
Yeah I have no idea either. Someone 69d it and now it’s gotten 4 more likes. — StyxTBeuford · 12739
It was me. I thought it must be a visual error only I can see. If you also see the problem, someone should probably tell the site admins, as all I did was press the like button 70+ times. — Lucaxiom · 3496
Yep, I still have the ability to keep raising it. Who do be talk to about that? — Lucaxiom · 3496
It’s not an error, you’re allowed to like something as much as you want to. — StyxTBeuford · 12739
You're kidding? Isn't that just begging for heavy exploitation and point manipulation? — Lucaxiom · 3496
"The points don't matter" — StyxTBeuford · 12739
Glad to see the point system hasn't changed. — Lucaxiom · 3496
This review has 350 likes now lol — Soloclue · 2367
According to the likes, this review definitely succeeded by at least 2, so you probably don't need to play Daring Maneuver on it. Hope you DoN'd it — Zinjanthropus · 212
Should I review Daring Maneuver 2? Lol — StyxTBeuford · 12739
Um, guys? Why 1000? — StyxTBeuford · 12739
Shhhhh.... just let it happen. — Lucaxiom · 3496
Oh- okay. Big number — StyxTBeuford · 12739
Omg look at the likes — jonklin · 512
10,000. I don't even know what to say anymore. — StyxTBeuford · 12739
Lmao the reputation system on this site is busted to hell. — TheDoc37 · 462
11001 points. Which is 25 in binary. Not that impressive tbh. — flamebreak · 19
Wait on mine the likes look like they reset to 1. Thats sad :( — jonklin · 512