The Argent Gruntling!
I'm not sure if this is really good, or just good. Seems like a decent area pick... and in ranked, it would be run in decks that currently use Dire Wolf Alpha. The +2 attack the minion grants doesn't fade, and only requires one minion to get full value out of it. You lose 1 attack on the Dire Wolf Alpha but you don't usually play that for attacking. I think it's a good zoo pick.
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This tiny troll (or goblin) has some surprise for your opponent, although, it'll need a minion on the board (1st drop would be fine).The Lance Bearer himself seems weak, but his battlecry may be potentially good. Not so powerful, but still...
Do remember that both Dark Iron Dwarf as well as abusive sergeant used to give a permanent +2 as well and both got nerfed, I want to see why blizzard believes this time it will be different.
At first I thought this was a great card. Abusive Sergeant with stats the worse way around, in exchange for a permanent buff.Then I noticed it costs *two* mana, which I suppose I should have expected.I like to think of this card as similar to Blessing of Might. Now, with Blessing of Might, do I want to trade 1 attack and increase the cost by 1 in order to get a 1/2 body?In almost every case, no. Getting a body on top of another effect is usually a good deal (see cards like Abusive Sergeant, Dark Iron Dwarf, Shattered Sun Cleric, Sunfury Protector etc), but when its a 1/2 body (that can't grow on its own like Lightwarden from Light of the Naaru) it's not exactly the most useful body in the world.In arena it will likely be average to below average, on account of being a poor-man's Abusive Sergeant/Dark Iron Dwarf.
Love the Burglar. Loooove it. Hard to say if it's actually good enough to be used competitively, but the tempo potential alone means its possible - and of course, the big point - it potentially gives you multiple combo enablers.One of the best bits about the Coin in rogue is that it enables combo - but you only get it once in every two games, and only once. Being able to get multiples could be very useful - it's at least good with the typical combo cards - SI:7, Oil and Evisc - but makes that 6/7 for 5 a more realistic possibility in a tempo rogue deck, as well as making Perition's Blade more of a possibility (turn 2 Burglar, turn 3 attack, coin, Perdition's, Deadly Poison).It may not have enough yet to make it a worthwhile 2 drop, but I love cards with potential like this. Good stuff!
Mix the shield bearer and a Zap-o-matic and insta death lol.
Just a little typo: the website is called lemonde.fr, not lemond.fr.This warlock card is pretty interesting, mainly because it's a demon.I'm curious to see how people will take advantage of it in new decks!
is interesting. A 1/1 for 4 sounds really bad until you realise that it's almost impossible to remove (without a silence or morph effect). That makes it good for deck with buffs as you're guaranteed to have a target for the buff whenever you need it.
Dreadsteed still wouldn't be good in a deck just because of stuff like Abusive Sergeant and Dark Iron Dwarf, because those decks are already losing heavily if they don't have anything on board, and a 1/1 isn't going to change that.All my experience playing Magic and HS tells me that a card so gimmicky, even if it has potential, almost certainly won't see play because it takes too much to actually bring out said potential. I'm inclined to agree in this case - the only way I see it really working out is alongside Baron Rivendare, as if you manage to get 4+, then you're talking about 4+ almost-guaranteed damage a turn without risking losing bodies for it, which is a huge plus. I still think that's probably too gimmicky - you're relying on drawing one card out of 30 - but that's the best case scenario IMO.