Saviors of Uldum Guide
Battlecry: Restore 4 Health to your hero.
If she threatens to "moon" you, it's not what you think.
Shroom Brewer has a better effect for only 4 mana, so yeah, this card should be 5 at most.
I want her to "moon" me
Blizzard, this card needs buff.
Really would be fantastic but they want to power creep on the classic set with the new expansions. So going back and giving buffs to cheap cards that most people have isn't going to happen :c
In comparison with Antique Healbot and Earthen Ring FarseerAntique Healbot: 2.5 mana body, 2.5 mana for it's effect to restore 8 health to your hero. Making it's heal cheaper than Healing Touch, but only targetable to your hero. Still, it's a minion that can be targeted by Shadowstep and Gang Up. Antique Healbot has a lot of value.Priestess of Elune: 4 mana body, then if you compare it to Holy Light, this card's effect loses value. If it restored at least 6 health, which would be nothing absurd, it could actually be a potential replacement for Antique Healbot. A 5 mana 4/4 or even 3/4 that restores 6 health to your hero would be decent enough. But on turn 6 the heal + body is meaningless. 5/4 body will get cleared half the time, 4 heal isn't big enough, and costing 6 lowers the value of Shadowstep and Gang Up. If you look at Earthen Ring Farseer, a 2.5 mana body + 3 healing to a chosen character, Priestess of Elune is way worse. A potential buff to this card at least in the amount healed could make it much more viable and a possible (not as good) replacement for Antique Healbot for the upcoming meta, but as it stands this card is just too bad.
Quite accurate analysis, and still valid today, I guess? At least, if the lack of newer comments is any indicator.
Would like to add just this: "... with the possible exception of Arena". Seeing it's picked 1 time out of 3, presumably due to the scarcity of neutral healing?
This card should be buffed to 5/5.
Dat flavor text though...
I didn't actually know this card existed until I saw a brand new player using a Golden version