Soul Broken Gamer
Hi there everyone.
It’s been a long time since I last took the time to write a post on my own hobby website. I have been told that as soon as you write something on the internet you instantly become an authority of sorts about your chosen subject. Well if that were true then more people would listen to me wouldn’t they?
Ive had some moments reciently that have seriously made me consider giving up a hobby that I deeply enjoy. However I have risen like the phoenix from the ashes to carry on writting, playing and enjoying magic. With that being said I think we should talk about some of the new spoiled cards that mark the end of the Innistrad block.
Before we do that why don’t we talk a little about some of the cards I feel have really shaped this block.
This card is one of the best flip cards of the set and has seen lots of play in a lot of my decks I just love it. It’s simple a 1 drop that puts pressure on your opponent to play spells or it will be 3/2 exceptionally quickly. Its defence maybe low but it’s easy to trade up with this card.
This card is great for recycling your single use spells and is excellent for finding that much needed kill spell to take out a pesky titan. This card deserved its high price tag as it could win games for you and was defiantly a great flash back enabler.
This removal is the best in the set and is one of the best 1 drop removals I’ve ever seen of course not counting dismember. I do love minus counters as they are ultimately the best way to remove stubborn indestructible cards from play. I remember using this one removal to kill a creepy doll that would of reined havoc on my side of the field but tragic slip solved all my problems and I quickly won the game soon after.
Well lets now talk about 2 of the spoiled cards I’m particularly interested in getting a hold of a play set of.
This card is one of the best one drop reds I have ever seen! It’s a 4/3??? For 1??? It’s not even a mythic is merely a rare! It’s broken and shouldn’t be fixed. Even if the creature isn’t allowed to hit play it deals more damage to a player than a lightning bolt.
Do my eyes deceive me? A two cast planeswalker? This card is great an early game threat turn 2. Who cares if you bin a card at random his final ability more than makes up for that and takes merely 4 turns to take place. So the card balances itself out by being cheap and nasty when the game progresses.
Well that all for today and be assured I will be posting more you haven’t seen the last of me yet