BT: Sipitau#1579 Region: NA Trade only: Yes, you first I'll show
Damn, is that proper though? I feel like it should keep the reduction because it's technically the same minion?
edit: I swear i've reduced floop with florist and then played maly and he kept the reduction... but in the game I played I copied my hand with elise thinking floop would still be reduced but wasnt?
If this is the case maly druid is a lot worse... essentially you have a 1/3 to hit maly because you'll always have floop and elise in hand.
1. I thought Elise copied your hand left to right? But it seems as if it's random, is this how the card is supposed to function? e.g. if you only have room for 4 cards in your hand you'll copy your 4 most left cards.
2. If floop gets reduced by florist he only keeps the reduction on the current minion that he is copying? Once you play another minion he loses this reduction?
Can someone clarify these for me? Or are there inconsistencies here?
I just played a game where both of these game into play and I was pretty confused.
I don't think that's necessarily true. If your win condition for a particular game is not going to be the combo then you can start using your combo cards to clear the board, draw, or put pressure on your opponent. They aren't just dead cards in your hand like typical combo decks.
Relying on having the armour to be able to shield slam your mechthun just won't win you games consistently. Take the hunter matchup for example. They put a decent amount of pressure on you, enough so that you can't stack up a ton of armour but your win condition will still be to get your combo off because you won't fatigue them simply because they have too much value. You would lose this 100% of the time if you are relying on shield slamming mechathun instead of having the reliable combo.
It's all about identifying what your win condition is for specific matchups and using your combo pieces accordingly.