It's against their terms of service
I assume they terminate the account.
Are they reprinting possessed villager? If they are doing reprints (which in the past they mentioned they might), how would this work in wild? Would they only allow 2 copies of the same card in wild but you could chose whatever two versions you wanted? Would you be able to use your wild version of possessed villager instead of the new standard one? ... I am curious, really hoping they don't reprint cards as I want cool new things and never thought possessed villager was a fun card.
Pre-nerf Star Aligner druid in wild. Could literally consistently OTK you, clear your board, and build a giant board for them as early as turn 6. And as a combo deck, it wasn't even weak to aggro with all the insane armor gain and Spreading Plague.
It forced the entire meta to warp into anti-combo tech. If you didn't draw your anti-combo cards or kill them in 6 turns, you lost.
The combo variant and dragon variant are, in my opinion, both tier 1 or high tier 2 because they both have insane matchups against Even Shaman. Usually when I play between ranks 5-legend, Even Shaman is about 20% of my games.
Remember when people said Branching Paths was bad or average because each individual effect (except armor) was overcosted? I wouldn't underestimate this card in any kind of tempo/midrange druid.
If odd druid becomes good, this will certainly be played in it. It has an option to be decent against anything.
If you're playing an aggressive mech deck, always run both and hard mulligan for them. You can dump your whole hand by turn 4 typically.
If there are any cards in your opening hand that aren't Mechwarper or Galvanize, chuck 'em.
For everyone that sees this spell as a tutor for Hadronox: remember that this expansion will give us a lot of anti-combo tools. In particular, we'll now have Saronite Taskmaster to mess Hadronox's resurrect pool, which may not be as efficient as before.
Instead, let's look at this card from a Beast-Druid point of view; moreover, we haven't see the Loa yet, so who knows maybe it will justify this archetype even more
Not to mention if you want to tutor Hadronox for 4 mana, you just play Psychmelon instead.
This looks like a strictly aggro card to me. If you can build a board quickly (which with a 1 mana 2/3, you can), you can easily kill the 0/3 taunt and it shouldn't set you back too much. The only really bad thing is if this guy is on a wide board and your opponent clears the whole board and get a free taunt.