Quote from Shea_0 »Quote from SilverWolf_27 »Quote from darrenhabib »Hmm. She is a very situational card.
At the end of the day, these new walkers don't have ultimates, so they don't give you end games to plan for.
- You have to have top deck manipulation to get any benefit from the [+1]. Randomly guessing cards is pretty bad in reality.
- Returning a card from graveyard is pretty fine, but assumes a spell already cast that you'd want.
- Static ability is very meta dependent.
She can either be very good, or very bad, depending on your setup or your opponents.
My guess is that she is going to be a bit overrated at first, and then people will settle in to the fact that she is a Regrowth for most games.
I see her more as "fill your yard (with a chance for card advantage) and get what you need later". No need to cast stuff, just mill it, let it sit and fish it out when needed. Assuming she stays around for more than one turn, of course.
Folks, when the new Green and Blue gods come out, with their new tuck 3-cards-down abilities, her +1 will appear to be more useful. She might end up being tech in 60-card decks themed around the Green/Blue gods yet to be spoiled. Consider this with the Spark Double and you suddenly have a lot of redundancy built into the deck that can get out of hand very quick. She is a good card in the correct situation.
what did I say?
Tamiyo, Collector of Tales is looking juuuuust fine.