If Evolve is really such a headache that eats up so many of our available card slots to constantly keep the potential targets weak at every mana cost imaginable, why print more copies of it? Why are we getting Thrall, Deathseer and Unstable Evolution when the mechanic itself demands that Blizzard make high cost minions with shitty stats? The existence of these cards demands the creation of pack fillers that feel bad.
In other news, this card functions as a direct counter to Marin the Fox in Neutral. If your opponent gives you a Master Chest you can transform it into an Elemental and deny the treasure. Seems useful.
5 mana 1/1 and a 6/6 if you give up a minion which means it actually costs 6 plus an extra card if you give up at least a 1 mana minion < [[Big-Time Racketeer]] which is a 6 mana 1/1 that creates a 6/6 without any conditions
This card is only for [[Potion of Madness]] memes and nothing else.
Very powerful Arena card (almost like a pseodo-Bonemare). Sure to find a place in a deck somewhere - Paladins and Shamans can use their hero powers to create a minion. It might cause Snowflipper Penguin and Wisp to see more play, since the allure of cheating out a 5 mana 6/6 as early as Turn Four with Coin is not something to scoff at.
+ this "new" minion can only attack on the following turn
But I have to disagree - for me meme means a joke, something to laugh at. This card doesn't make any funny scenarios, unless I play seriously on the ladder and this card in a competitive deck. Now this is what I would call a meme.
5 mana 7/7 of stats minus the stats of the transformed minion (at best it is a 5 mana 6/6). Condition: a minion on board, best a token. The new elemental can’t immediately attack. I don’t think this is viable. Maybe if Marin the Fox becomes a staple in meta decks which is probably never.