Quote from steve_man »Quote from Altaurus321 »I have a hard time believing this card isn't a shoe in. He provides great reach and is sick when curving out. I'm just imagining him on 3 and then hero of oxid ridge or hellrider on turn 4 lol.
Competition, Kolaghan's Command / Daretti 2.0 are much more flexible than this card.
Quote from Altaurus321 »I have a hard time believing this card isn't a shoe in. He provides great reach and is sick when curving out. I'm just imagining him on 3 and then hero of oxid ridge or hellrider on turn 4 lol.
Quote from Altaurus321 »I think there's more than enough four drops in red and black that are close to the power level of the guild equivalents that I usually steer clear of them for that section.
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Plus: Dreadbore, Rakdos Cackler, Terminate, Falkenrath Aristocrat, Olivia Voldaren, Sarkhan the Mad, Blightning, Bitmous Blast, and probably others I'm forgetting. I get that not all of those are better than this guy, but the point is there are a LOT of cards competing for only a few slots.
Quote from BlackWaltz3 »Wonder if there is some method to account for cards like this that fall in the gap of being outclassed by existing options but are better than former cube staples when doing our ranking projects?
Quote from FFFleme »Seems pretty sweet to be honest. I mean, a simple thing like Fireblast would be 10 damage with this and that interaction alone seems absurd.
Quote from Salmo »It's just about reasonable expectations.
Quote from BlackWaltz3 »Eating removal everytime is a good result in a sense. Suggests that at the very least this 3 drop is threatening enough to require your opponent answer it. I'm very close to buying this guy and testing it in place of Grenzo.