The Killmonger can easily take down enemy minions with his weapons and hero power. As the class name says, his main goal is to kill as many enemies (or random creatures that found themselves in a wrong place in a wrong moment) as he can. So here comes the first class mechanic - minions or weapons that gain bonuses after killing an enemy minion. But why would you kill just one of those weak creatures when you can kill so many of them?
Here's the first weapon that shows the flavor of my class and it could easily be the core of many decks:
Seems strange? Maybe this weapon would be weak without our hero's faithful assistants and other tools that help him bringing slaughter and gore:
When the Killmonger can't find any prey for a long time, he feels a very strong Lust. Of course, it doesn't mean that he becomes weaker. He is even stronger and more alert. After he finally finds his prey, there's no way it can escape. His helpers feel Lust too, although he doesn't care much about them. They're just like puppets
The only assistants he truly cares about, are those strong enough to live on their own in the wild, but they've decided to stay with him and kill for him. Here's his favourite one:
So, my main questions are
- Does the class look interesting?
- Is it balanced?
- Are all five cards balanced?
- What could I change?
I personally think that the legendary is too good, so i have prepared two different versions of it:
The last question: Which one do you like the most?
I hope that my experience from previous Class, Year etc. Creation Competitions helped me and i made no huge mistakes here.
To me everything looks pretty balanced and consistent. For the Karg, I think his 4 mana 3/4 version is the one that feels more like a legendary minion from the classic set. The only card I have a problem with it is the assistant, right now it is a stronger Wolfrider and if you hold it in your hand it becomes a stronger Kor'kron Elite, maybe make it a 2/3 instead with the same text?
Now this complain it's mostly about aesthetic. You should probably find better art for your Hero and Hero Power. For the Hero Power you could find a dagger with blood or something along those lines and for the Hero, maybe this could work?
I know he is an orc.
Remember to end all your card texts with a period and your keyword has to be Bold. And also Lust sounds kinda weird, maybe Blood Lust or Impatience would sound better.
Thank you very much for the review and suggestions. The hero power art was just a random image. I'm still thinking about the Lust minion because i know that he's basically a powercreep to a few cards and the version with more health than attack seems good. Bloodlust was my first idea for the mechanic name although it could be misleading because of the existing shaman spell with the same name