So basically it's Defile on a stick? In a vacuum it seems really really good,especially since Warlock has the tools to survive till turn 7 and the card doesn't have any competitor in that mana slot.... Just why? Did Warlock really need another AOE? Especially one based on one of the most powerful cards available? We still have a lot of cards to see but if we keep going like this Warlock will become the new Priest....
Defile is pretty amazing, +1 spell dmg defile on a 4/4 minion is god tier, imho. The problem is that Warlock is already choke full of decent board clears, but still i think that this will find its place. Not a single ounce of jank, or RNG clown fiesta attached to it, just an amazingly effective board clear, if used the correct way.
You can say it's a more expensive +1 sp defile but the key word is other. Meaning it's an easier chained buffed defile that if successful will leave a 4/4 only on your side of the board. Pretty strong.
The question is will it fit in the gaps of existing control warlock lists.
oh look another board clear for warlock, as if they didn't have enough already, defile comes to mind. lol, I'm pretty sure this card will see quite a bit of play in control warlock etc. looking more to be like year of the warlock, not year of the raven. xD
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ok next exp im gonna craft all the warlock cards.. how can you be this stupid and print such a good card, for a class thats already god tier, it is like jade druid, where it did recieve ultimate brokeback
Never said it's supposed to replace Defile, I said it's the same card, but worse, my main complaint isn't even that it's bad, rather how unoriginal it is, they could have at the very least waited until Defile rotates out
Pretty good card and will see play but warlock already has tons of removal with defile, hellfire and twisting nether, so it won’t push warlock too hard as warlock at least right now is already favored against minion based decks. Nonetheless a stable in control lock
There are quite a few times where I'm sitting on 7-mana against an aggro deck really wishing I had one more mana to cast Twisting Nether. This card is extremely good and an auto-include in Control Lock and will probably be played in Cube Lock.