Joshua Heroes / Canaanite Giants

Joshua Heroes / Canaanite Giants

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Joshua, son of Nun, succeeded Moses as Israel's leader around 1400 B.C. He was known for his faith in God, as of the 12 spies only he and Caleb believed that Israel could enter in to the land of Canaan against its mighty inhabitants. Indeed, there were giants in Canaan! Yet God led the Israelites by Joshua through miraculous victories as they reached their Promised Land.

Card value: $69.50
Deck Box & Sleeves value: $5.50
Total value: $75.00
Cost: $40.00 (over 46% savings)
Son of God (I/J)
New Jerusalem (P)
Angel of the Lord
Christian Martyr
Vain Philosophy (J)
Lost Souls
OT Only
Punisher (RoA)
Shuffler (Wa)
Site Guard
Ram’s Horn (Pi)
Stalks of Flax

Jericho (CoW)
Covenant of Palestine (PoC)
Gibeonite Curse
Dual-Alignment Cards
Gibeonite Treaty (FoM)

Foreign Sword
Joshua, Son of Nun
Caleb (FoM)
Rahab (CoW)
Captain of the Host (Ki)
Spy (Ki)
Spy (FoM LR)
Men of Judah
Army of Simeonites
Good Enhancements
Battle Cry
Jordan Interrupted (PoC)
Hailstones (FoM)
Capturing Canaan
A Soldier’s Prayer
Faith of Joshua
Evil Characters
Sheshai, Son of Anak
Ahiman, Son of Anak
Talmai, Son of Anak
Og, King of Bashan
Army of Jericho
Gibeonite Delegates
Sisera’s Army
Canaan, the Cursed
Evil Enhancements
Baal Worship (FoM)
Ishbibenob’s Sword (I)
Foolish Advice (W)
Lahmi’s Spear (I)
Ishbibenob’s Spear (I)
Gibeonite Trickery (RoA)
Deck strategy and tips:

  • The Joshua-Captain of the Host band is one of the strongest rescue options in the game.
  • For Soul Gen, attack with Spy while Rahab is in territory. Also, defend with Gibeonite Delegates.
  • The huge Men of Judah-Army of Simeonites band will typically give up initiative, so use an interrupt or negate to back it up (Battle Cry, The Battle is the Lord's, Gibeonite Treaty (FoM), or Foreign Sword).
  • Foreign Sword is a battle winner on Rahab, because she's a Canaanite.
  • Defensively, the tri-band of the Sons of Anak is awesome!
  • Faith of Joshua can search out Ram's Horn (Pi), as the reference on Ram's Horn is actually from Joshua (it was an error that has been corrected through a card errata).