Really interesting yet a bit lazy. It's obviously worse than Van Cleef himself, but having mini vancleef which are a bit easier to play (1 mana is a lot for a Rogue) to second him is fairly good. Having it 3/3 is already good enough.
It seems I'll be playing Rogue in Wild more than Standard... I'll have to take a screenshot of the first time grandpa Auctioneer,Dad Edwin and his little kids will hit someone's face... It's gonna be heartwarming,they'll make such a lovely family...
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Aww how cute. A Baby Edwin Van Cleef. Not sure if there will be enough resources available to fuel both of these, Edwin, and 2 Gadgetzans but in theory it's very powerful. It could also potentially find a home more aggressive Rogues like Water Rogue so it'll only have to share resources with Edwin.
Doesn't strike me as very good. Seems to be very clunky early on, where you would actually want to play a 2 mana minion. At first glance I would expect the card to be a 2 mana 2/2 most of the time. Everything else would be a going-all-in situation.
I don't get the hate. It is like a class exclusive Questing Adventurer and even has synergy with it. Just drop a questing, play all your spells, then drop this guy. It's like playing two more questings or edwins in your deck. He only costs 2 mana as well. I think it's an instant include in future miracle decks.