What disease starts with a sore throat, or infected skin sores in children, and if left untreated can advance to open heart surgery, permanent disability, stroke and premature death? Rheumatic Heart Disease, or RHD, is a largely invisible disease that threatens the lives of over 30 million children and young people around the world.
This powerful and provocative film is the first in a global series that focuses on Australasia - Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. While Australia and New Zealand are classified as among the most wealthy and equal societies in the world, this epidemic highlights the the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australasians. Take Heart provides a first hand account that explores how we can Written by Moonshine Movies. Start your free trial.
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Supplemental Content Full text links. And here we have the kind of deck you absolutely should take Take Heart in, the kind where you're able to turn failed tests into greatly successful ones. At this point you might be thinking "So, its a better Emergency Cache?
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The Emergency Cache is always only an action away, minimal effort for a reasonable gain, Take Heart might actually get held up by gameplay circumstance, no "Look what I found! Regardless, the survivor faction can replace Emergency Cache or even supplement it with this economy option, suddenly the "scrounger" faction has become one of the most economically healthy factions in the game. Super unintuitive, but that's how it works. Normally you don't want to fail tests, because failing tests means you lose anything you contributed to the test skills, resources, items, actions, etc.
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Does Take Heart make it worth failing a test? I think failing a test is normally bad enough that it's not worth deliberately failing in order to get cards and resources. So, I don't think this card will see a lot of play on its own merit. However, I think it has good interactions with the following cards:. Calvin Wright is a natural fit for this card - his low stats guarantee that he is going to fail tests, and so using this card in the beginning will help him get his early-game engine going.
Silas Marsh also may want this card because he can contribute it to a test and then pull it back to his hand using his ability if the test succeeds unintentionally.
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That's really good. I don't know if it's worth a card slot on its own - conventional wisdom is that playing cards to avoid failing tests altogether are normally better than cards that let you salvage something out of the failure - but there are some interesting interactions that I think make this card effective if it's used thoughtfully. This happened during our last games a few times, just making sure i didn't play it wrong. My review needed to be two hundred words to post. So I wrote a useless blurb on the bottom of my review.
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Honestly this process seems kinda of silly all things considered. I mean If someone can articulate a thought in a concise way without a long winded review wouldn't that be superior. Take Heart. Max 1 committed per skill test.
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You may commit Take Heart to any type of test. If this test fails, the performing investigator draws 2 cards and gains 2 resources. S: English is not my native language, so sorry if I make mistakes.