Murder at Castle Nathria Cards List & Guide
Battlecry: Draw a Choose One spell and split it.
Choose Two – Good; Cheap; or Fast.
Well fucking balanced, Blizz! Druid gets the 6/6 taunt on turn 2! I hope it's a bug! Fix it ASAP!
This card is splitting Hidden Oasis into a 0 cost 6/6 with taunt and heal 12 lol.
Just got wrecked on turn 2 with someone playing solar eclipse into the two 6/6 taunts.
Anyway, the card is insane. Draw 1 and generate 1 at cost 2 and put a 2/1 is crazy
The only problem with it is the Choose One pool isnt very good right now in standard
This is a really really good card.
Sorry if I did not know the actually meaning of "Jerry Rig". To understand the concept behind it is the youtube channel JerryRigEverything is famous for taking apart or splitting phones or electronics. Which kinda explains what the card does, the card draws a choose one effect card and the splits it or takes it a apart into pieces.
If this is not the reference to it idk.
its a British World War slang term used to describe when German soldiers (Jerrys) would do field engineering
Decent stats and it's a +1. Maybe takes the place of peasant in aggro druid?
Wow some one in Blizz watches a lot of youtube
You must have never heard of the phrase 'Jerry Rig' before, you should google it before assuming its based off of some random youtuber lmao.
To be fair, the actual term is jury-rig, which means "construct quickly out of materials at hand." It is often confused with jerry-built, which means "built cheaply or carelessly." Inept writers often smash the two together, not knowing there's a distinction.
Once again, Blizzard is working without an editor, or at least not a good one.
I mean, jerry-rigged, while not technically the “correct” terminology, has been in use since the 19th century. It’s also the most colloquially common version of the term. So, I feel there’s more than enough justification for that usage without making them “inept”.
To go even further in the "way back machine", my understanding was that the term started out as being "N-word-Rig", before being obliterated by the sands of time. This would explain why a number of somewhat confusing taxonomies have cropped up over the years.