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GåsBjörn Games AB

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20 Jan 2017, 03:31

This is probably one of the most potent WW-strategies. KBK is short for Kör Bara Kör, which translates to go just go. It shall never be called anything but KBK though.

The best way to play it is to just listen the the magnificent phrase Kör Bara Kör. Just do it! Picked up a Death Ray? Happen to have 8 mana. Then spend 8 mana to do 9 dmg. Save 2 mana for Counter Counter? Nope... 9 dmg it is! 

There are a few tips on how to become a good KBKer

*Always play Thunder Honey! Not only has it got a smooth taste. 2 cards and 5 mana is the KBKers sweet sticky dream!
*Always try to max your dmg output. A turn with less then 10 dmg dealt is nothing to be happy about, unless you played Thunder Honey twice.. but then you should really be able to do more than 10 dmg..
*Always make others go KBK. When someone is sitting 2 minutes just to choose between Invented cards... say KBK.. If it doesn't work say it again, louder. It will help them pick what they truly want.

Known fanatic KBKers:

The Great Marzini
(This post was last modified: 03 Jan 2018, 01:40 by björn.)
GåsBjörn Games AB

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20 Jan 2017, 03:36

I think it's important to point out that, while the correct pronounciation of the strategy must be the acronym KBK, if for some reason you say the whole phrase "Kör bara kör" it must be pronounced "Kör ba kör". That is paramount KBK knowledge imho.

(This post was last modified: 20 Jan 2017, 03:39 by gås.)
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05 Mar 2019, 00:39

KBK signify something truly great. 
A monumental change in the way we all guide ourselves through wasted warlock. 
A way of living. 

KBK means to join in on Wheel of Fortune and exchange all pips into cards or mana!

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