A new Legendary Neutral Minion, Flightmaster Dungar, has been revealed!
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I like this card. I feel like the 12 damage is the most appealing option, but this will probably go in all Warlock decks for the delayed +10 heal.
Alright this seems like a great card that we can enjoy using today already. It seems good for tempo plays by picking the adventurer, and the heal is also great for control decks. The Plaguelands thing seems really interesting, now that's a lot of damage!
I think both Control AND aggro decks will run Flightmaster Dungar just because of it's super flexible options. Also it's ODD Costed so some ODD decks might experiment with him at the very least. I expect him to see a lot of play in a lot of decks later today, AND after the expansion drops!
Honestly were getting so many great 3 cost legendaries like Archdruid NaralaxBADCARDNAME and Mankrik. Sooner or later were going to have too many options for 3 cost neutral legendaries to add into our decks lol.
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This is good, just like the last free legendary
It'll probably see little to no play, and when it does see play its for the healing.
Against control a Mask of C'Thun seems powerful, but at the cost of 3 mana upfront and 5 turns of nothing, and any decent player would easily be able to play around it. The reason why Imprisoned Antaen was so powerful (when it was 5 mana) was because it came with a massive 10/6 body and followed up with Priestess of Fury for incredible tempo swing. This card costs less, but doesn't come with a tempo swing, and there's an even chance it would never even trigger before you get your arse kicked.
The 2/2 for 1 turn. That's decent. But then again, why'd you pick it is beyond me. There are better cards than a 3/3 and a 2/2 on 4.
But as a healing device this card is good. 3 turns to negate part of the damage that comes with a tempo loss on 3? That's still decent. Slow, but decent. I can see some applications for this card in rogue because of this, but I wouldn't count on this making any waves before or after the expansion releases.
Already love this guy. The Deal 12 is amazing. People don't pepare for it well yet. Even the first flight is a nice big board. The healing one I haven't used much but still a great and flexible card.
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Probably ends up that the only reason you play him is for Westfall/the 2/2 Adventurer. The other options imo are awful for the extra wait time:
Ironforge: Much more healing than Luckysoul Hoarder, and probably the same amount of time waiting for healing to come in, but Luckysoul Hoarder is run because of Soul Fragment synergy.
Eastern Plaguelands: Compare contrast with Imprisoned Antaen. You can run two of Antaen, even run them back to back, and they were pretty effective in early Ashes of Outlands since the opponent had little time to build up a board big enough to soak the damage burst AND deal with the 10/6 body afterwards, especially not back to back and/or with Priestess of Fury. This however, gives way too much time to your opponent to set up a board to soak up the random damage, and by turn 8, a 3/3 body is pretty ignorable.
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Very cool idea with the Flightpaths - i can see this working in different decks - so i guess a good card.
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Probably just a good enough control card because of the heal while all the other options are optional
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It was awful.
I've already played this guy a bunch of times (only a handful of games, so I wonder if there is some secret internal mechanic where you're more likely to draw him ... ok, tin foil hat put away now). Anyway, really neat and fun card with great flexibility. I've used all 3 options, and never been sorry.
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It looks interesting, I will put it in some decks and see what will happen!
I have already used this guy in a few decks and I love it. In control games, you get a long range heal. For damage games, you get 12 damage to your opponent's side of the board, for aggro, you get a 3/3 + a 2/2 with an ability. It's just good all around
My main gripe with this card is that it can't be used with Shudderwock to stack up multiple healing/damage effects every turn since shudderwock would go dormant turning off the battlecry. Other than that it is pretty much like all of the other free set legendaries, unique, fun, but not terribly powerful.
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I play a lot of control so this card looks really good, mostly for the healing.Will try to find a spot for it in Control Warlock.
Quote From Geno9999Probably ends up that the only reason you play him is for Westfall/the 2/2 Adventurer. The other options imo are awful for the extra wait time:Ironforge: Much more healing than Luckysoul Hoarder, and probably the same amount of time waiting for healing to come in, but Luckysoul Hoarder is run because of Soul Fragment synergy.Eastern Plaguelands: Compare contrast with Imprisoned Antaen. You can run two of Antaen, even run them back to back, and they were pretty effective in early Ashes of Outlands since the opponent had little time to build up a board big enough to soak the damage burst AND deal with the 10/6 body afterwards, especially not back to back and/or with Priestess of Fury. This however, gives way too much time to your opponent to set up a board to soak up the random damage, and by turn 8, a 3/3 body is pretty ignorable.
While I agree with what you are saying here, I still see no reason to play this for the 2/2 adventurer either. If that's what you're going for, isn't Devouring Ectoplasm just better?
Arena > Wild > Standard
Seems a bit slow to m
I really like that this doesn't really support aggro
If you can time this with the completion of the Warlock questline, this should be all the healing that deck needs to survive. No ideas about the other 2 options, but 12 is a lot of damage, and I'm sure you can play some spell damage while you wait. Though not too early, otherwise it will just be removed.
The Ironforge and Eastern Plaguelands are the only real good options here. Which is fine, and it's a nicely designed free legendary for us to play with now
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A card that trades all around power for flexibility. All options serve a purpose and, although neither is game breaking, they're all good enough to consider Flightmaster Dungar as basically 3 tech cards in one.
Rating cards on coolness factor rather than predicting power because I like screwing up rating averages (and because I suck at predicting real power levels, but we'll ignore that LUL)Wins per class (1/6/21): Demon Hunter - 154; Druid - 904; Hunter - 902; Mage - 995; Paladin - 1046; Priest - 684; Rogue - 935; Shaman - 963; Warlock - 786; Warrior - 785
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