Rastakhan's Rumble Guide
Whenever your opponent casts a spell, summon a Burly Rockjaw Trogg.
He keeps earthinating the countryside despite attempts to stop him.
Recently, I packed this guy and tried him out on the Ladder in my Big Rogue - He actually works pretty well, and causes Spell Hunters and Jade Druids to rethink their life. Not an insta-dust like I first thought.
Saw this guy in Secret Paladin when I tried to finish a quest in Wild and got crushed. Seems like the Handbuffs really boosted the deck to a new level of cancer.
Got this from unstable portal in the tavern brawl, opponent instant concede lol.
Same here lol. Absolutely OP in this brawl!
Lived and died in the shadow of Dr.Boom. RIP.
He was so hyped when he was revealed and now he won't see competitive play in the new Standard mode ever, because he is in the GvG set. FeelsBadMan :(
Play him with mukla or millhouse, if the enemy dares to use anything from them, buff city XD
That seems like a cool idea for a deck
My favourite card at the moment. I use him much more than Dr. Balanced. In control decks, on a near empty board or behind taunts he's an absolute game-turner. Troggzooooor!
Extremely useful card, easily better than Dr. Boom if you throw him behind a beefy taunt. The only reason Dr. is more widely used is because he makes an instant board impact, but if you're running a control deck, Troggzor the Earthinator is your go-to, guaranteed 2-for-1, if not a game winning, card. In my humble opinion at least.
Troggzor was a man
I mean he was a trogg-man
Or maybe he was just a trogg
But he was still TROGGZOR
In universe with no Dr. Boom best neutral legendary probably.
i get it from an unstable portal, in tavern brawl. insta concede :D
my first legendary with Voljin, opened them togther!
This guy actually works wonders in ramp druid. Get him behind some sort of taunt and the opponent is severely restricted from playing their game.
1. you can't force your opponent to use spells. If they are determined to not use it, you get a 6/6 for 7.
2. its not that hard to remove a 6/6 with a single spell. In that case, getting a 6/6 + 3/5 for 7 isn't exactly incredible.