Currently in standard this card can enable pogo hopper rogue, but that deck loses quite a bit to rotation, notably Valeera the Hollow but the tools that the deck loses are mostly survival tools, which most other classes lose as well.
WIth enough support it could be a vible archtype, hope for a tier 2-3 deck though cause it can be very oppressive if it's successful.
Great, let's makeColdlight Oracle rogues more ridiculously oppressive than they already are when you stumble upon one in wild.
Beat a Mill Rogue with Treachery Howlfiend lock this week by luck, with an early game Gnomeferatu discarding a Coldlight. Had my opponent had this new card, I think he might have won in late game as they did fish out another oracle and copy it, but the three copies went down to the bottom of his deck, while I was one hand away from unleashing Azari, the Devourer when the rogue conceded.
/Howlfiend combo also eliminated draw, deathknight and other copying mechanics he/she had in hand. Really wanted to ask them "how does it feel?"
I already knew rogue was going to continue to be cancer after seeing lacky shark pontential...this is just ridiculous. I dont understand why rogue is always allowed to do super cancerous crap and for such low mana cost.
No rogue decks anywhere near tier 1, and that's before Baku being HoF'd....
i don't really know why, but whenever rogue decks become really prominent, those decks are almost always insanly stupid. Quest rogue, kingsbane, mill. Those decks were so insanly frustrating to play against. I really hope this won't get too abusable.
<pre id="tw-target-text" dir="ltr" data-placeholder="Traduction" data-fulltext="">Good potential, but after having played a lot with the Lab Recruiter in all types of decks, I just want to say that it will take many draw cards for it to work optimally. The loss of elven minstrel is a big loss that will have to be compensated by something other than Myra's Unstable Element(1 of not enough) in order to have consistency.</pre>
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