This is not a card that I expected to like, nor is it my go-to choice to play when I see it in a hand, but it has subtly gone a long way towards winning certain games. Just based on my experience with the Gambit pre-con deck alone it subtly and consistently assists with cards like Creole Charmer that want to clear off a scheme reliably to get their actual useful effect. I find being left a single point of threat short when thwarting with cards like Clear the Area can be surprisingly and frustratingly common, and it may be worth dropping a copy or two of this card in if your deck's game plan revolves around that play style just as insurance. I don't love this card, but it has managed to stay out of my card box and in a deck compared to the cards I expected to love but dropped immediately.
Uses (3 operative counters). Max 1 per player.
Interrupt: When you thwart, remove 1 operative counter from here → that thwart removes 1 additional threat.
Solid point. Wolverine also has a couple cards that trigger off removing all threat and having 1 left over point can be pretty maddening. — Jreilly89 · 7