This has a when-gain ability, like those Hinterlands cards. My initial plan was to do these here and there in the sets after Hinterlands, back when Hinterlands was half of the 2nd expansion. That didn't work out, seeing as how Hinterlands is 6th, but well here's another when-gain card anyway. Namespaces Page Discussion. Views View Edit History.
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This page was last modified on 25 September , at This page has been accessed 41, times. Dark Ages. Special damage reduction e. Due to the power generated by the unblockable damage, a common strategy is to pair this gear with the Tantu Totem. When fully maxed out, the Totem will grant one bar of power on tag-in. When fully maxed out, the Death Cart will always deal the unblockable damage.
Combining them allows a character to tag in and gain two bars of power. Since most SP2's can KO opponents, the Totem will refund the power to continue the carnage and the Death Cart will deal damage to the rest of the team.
Also, when the said character is also geared with Ra's al Ghul's Scimitar , the result is a character tagging in at the start of the match with 3 bars of power, and upon activation of SP2, a bar of power is left, which can be helpful especially when the SP2 is countered or might not be enough to knock out the opponent. Essentially, The Master's Death Cart is a double-edged sword: It gives you power and mitigates opponent blocking but also gives the enemy power.
If you don't defeat the enemy fast enough, the opponent could nuke you with Specials and turn the tables of the battle against you.
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Also, the Master's Death Cart makes it harder to take advantage of stuns; if you stun an opponent then tag in a character equipped with this gear, the enemy will no longer be stunned and therefore has a chance to retaliate. There appears to be a rare glitch when Reverse Flash using this gear tags in, the game may become stuck; he does not attack, but also takes no damage from basic attacks and you cannot use your own specials or tag out, making it impossible to finish the match without outright quitting.
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Month after month people were employed in this work, which became more and more difficult to accomplish as the plague spread and carried off one after another of the workers. When, despite the high wages, no new men for this job could be found women and boys, especially those who had recovered from the Bubonic plague Black Death , were forced to carry out this work. Threats of imprisonment were made as encouragement to undertake these tasks and this consequence was suffered by anyone who refused the role.
In later years houses containing victims were sometimes indicated with a red cross painted on the door with the words "God have Mercy".
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The red cross acted as a warning as there was a time when the victims of the illness were not carried away to be buried or burnt. The same deadly labour shortage continued until a medieval Physician had the idea was that the disease would be better contained by not throwing the bodies into the streets and into the approximation of other people. These corpses were left rotting in the houses until they were dragged out, weeks later, to be thrown on a cart and finally disposed of.
Due to the food shortages and closure of businesses those who were not struck down by the Bubonic plague Black Death often resorted to stealing from the dead bodies. The penalties for this were varied and severe. Many such thieves were thrown into the pits, dead or alive, with their victims. Contrary to popular belief it was not just the people who lived in the towns who were at risk of catching the Black Death or Bubonic Plague.
Elizabethan farmers and retailers of farm produce, such as animal hides, were in constant danger of contracting the Bubonic plague Black Death and this was a deadly consequence of their job. A devastating outbreak of the Elizabethan plague occurred in claiming 80, people in England. The cause of the Bubonic plague Black Death was unknown during the Elizabethan era so people were not in the position to take proper care or adequate precautions.
This particular epidemic claimed between a quarter and a third of the total Elizabethan London population. Statistics show that people died weekly in mid August, per week in September, and per week in October. The Elizabethan City of London was filthy. It's population was growing continuously with poor people moving from the country to London in search of work. There was a total lack of a structured sewage system in Elizabethan London. All of the waste was just dumped into the River Thames.
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The River Thames is a tidal river and, as such, it would have acted like a natural sewer. But even so terrible epidemics of Black Death Bubonic Plague during the Elizabethan period still occurred. The spread was aided by the River Thames and its boats which were used as the major form of transport in Elizabethan London. The London streets were dark, narrow and dangerous and slow to travel through. Everyone used the river to move about and each London Elizabethan would have come into contact with the everyday presence of the dirt and the rats.
A perfect vehicle for ensuring the spread of the disease in Elizabethan London. Queen Elizabeth - Information about containing the Spread of the Black Death or the Bubonic Plague during the Elizabethan era There was nowhere to hide from the disease and no one was safe, not even the monarch.
Queen Elizabeth was terrified of the disease and implemented quarantine measures to try to ensure the safety of herself and her courtiers. When the Black Death Bubonic Plague broke out in London in , Queen Elizabeth I moved her court to Windsor Castle where she erected gallows and ordered that anyone coming from London was to be hanged - so great was the fear of the plague and avoiding any spread of it to her court.