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Apr 13, 2017Posted in: Hydrologist
I played this in murloc paladin, one of my opponents was an exodia mage
Me: 28 health, maybe 3 murlocs on board and a dire wolf, hydrologist still in deck, all minions frozen by frost nova, need to draw direct damage
Opponent: 1 health, both ice blocks down 5 cards left in deck, waygate in hand, almost garunteed to have combo
the turn before combo i draw hydrologis to obtain the sweetest BM, Eye for an Eye
that is the reason why I love this card, most paladin secrets on their own are terrible, but when you have the choice and the proper moment, they can become quite playable.
Apr 13, 2017Posted in: Vicious Fledgling
opponent may panic in the process, play something like deadly shot or hellfire (maybe their only copies in hand)
Plan B: play into those cards since opponent no longer has them, win the game even more than before.
Apr 4, 2017Posted in: Golakka Crawler
"FLY POLLY!" *SHING*BOOM* "I'M IN CHARGE NOW!"
Garrosh: Ready for smORC, Rexxar?
Rexxar: *Smirks* no Garrosh...
Rexxar: *plays crab* I smORC you now!
Garrosh:*GASP!* *plays win axe* *>3/4 minion* *sad face*
Rexxar: *evil laughter*
Apr 2, 2017Posted in: Card Discussion
Now I'm no expert of cards, I'd be happy to have a civilized argument about this.
Let's look at this card from the likely common situations, even though the outcomes are completely random and undetermined. So, say you are a hunter playing for The Marsh Queen quest. Chances are your hand has one drops like Fiery Bat, alley cat, Raptor Hatchling, Jeweled Macaw, maybe Emerald Reaver. So yeah, pretty good feul, HOWEVER, how good is the average beast? it varies, but chances are, with all of the huge dinos coming out, you'll get at least one 6+ mana minion with the ideal Stampede.
The other scenario is turn 10. You're hand may or may not be empty, but chances are you won't have cheap beasts like before. so the plan here is to stampede and play your cheapest beast. and hope for the best
In short the way I see it is that Stampede is the equivalent of playing 1 card to populate your board with whatever beasts available at the cost of randomizing your hand, and that's actually really good, but lacks the consistency to be insane.
Overall, I love this card, It's viable, it's crazy, and it gets your heart racing.
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