A new Common Neutral Minion, Pandaren Importer, has been revealed!
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Could be exceptional with C'Thun, the Shattered, or any shuffled spells in that regard. The problem is finding the place for this card, but I suppose there could be space for her, like in Control Warlock as a replacement of Malygos the Spellweaver, as you will guarantee the Soul Fragment.
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Trash. If there is a spell I would want, I would put that in my deck over this. The no guarantee over what you get (unless you load your deck with every spell but the ones you want) makes this trash tier.
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Could be exceptional with C'Thun, the Shattered, or any shuffled spells in that regard. The problem is finding the place for this card, but I suppose there could be space for her, like in Control Warlock as a replacement of Malygos the SpellwaverBADCARDNAME, as you will guarantee the Soul Fragment.
I don't believe it discovers a spell in your deck that didn't start there, just any collectible spell of your class that you didn't start with in your deck.
Seems really interesting, and i wonder how it works. Does it only targets spells IN YOUR DECK that didnt start there? if so then it's amazing with C'Thun, the Shattered. If it's any class spell, but excludes the ones that started in your deck, then it won't see play because everyone and their mother keeps using Venomous Scorpid.
Personally i really hope it's option #1, because that allows for some really fun/interesting deckbuilding. (And so i can use it in Tesspionage Rogue)
RNG is only fun, as long as there is a 50/50 chance of getting something good or bad. If RNG always results in something good, it's not fun.
5/5, could slot this as is in Priest and get 2 MORE copies of Renew, Palm Reading, Soul Mirror...
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Its bad. Basically any deck that plays for value would not purposefully not slot in key cards like Soul Mirror just so they can discover it later. The fact that the pool is so large also means you're essentially playing this card for a chance to do something unconventional, like getting a board clear option while playing a tempo decks etc.
The only application this card has is as a surprise bm option or to get a card which you are restricted from putting into your deck, which priest might want given that the new Darkbishop Benedictus practically bans holy spells from priest and you might want one. Or to get Deadly Shot, which nearly all hunters never play but might want.
But since this card doesn't do anything tempo wise, and essentially is about as niche as it can get, I won't count on seeing this panda girl anytime soon.
Scorpid is just better.
However I do like this card text. The idea of building your deck to try and target something outside of it is fun. Though impossible in wild.
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I kinda like this one. Discovering something that is defenitely not in your deck could help you out sometimes.
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There are many spells you don't put in you deck because they are to situational. On the other hand these cards are often good to discover because you are in that specific situation. And limiting the spell pool to those situational spells may be good. But the math has to be checked.
Looks bad on the surface because naturally you don't want to only discover spells not good enough to put in your deck. However, this could be very key for the new Shadow Priest thing since you can consistently discover good spells that you weren't able to put in your deck. this also applies to any future Spell-school focussed build (hell, you can technically run this in Shaman right now)
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It was awful.
My first thought was Why would I want a spell I didn't choose to begin with? Then I remembered the Dungeoneers that came out with the mini-set, plus the new Darkbishop Benedictus. Yes, this could be quite good.
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Quote From BrandonSeems really interesting, and i wonder how it works. Does it only targets spells IN YOUR DECK that didnt start there? if so then it's amazing with C'Thun, the Shattered. If it's any class spell, but excludes the ones that started in your deck, then it won't see play because everyone and their mother keeps using Venomous Scorpid. Personally i really hope it's option #1, because that allows for some really fun/interesting deckbuilding. (And so i can use it in Tesspionage Rogue)
Well, I thought I understood what this card does, but now I actually start to wonder. I too hope this card has Tess Greymane synergy, but my first assumption of this card was the other explanation, making this only playable in Arena.
Arena > Wild > Standard
Wandmaker is an overall better card than this one, mostly because the body is slithly more impactul as a 2/2 and because the card you gain is usually a small but impactful card.
After Wandmaker rotates, Pandaren Importer can fill that slot as a 2 mana value generator, but for now, it's just an arena card.
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
Is there an official explanation for what this card does?
On the first turns you will discover something specific and in later state could be an scorpid cousin.
Very interesting mechanic imho
I don't really get why you would want to throw away any chance at discovering extra copies of spells you did include.
As a control player I really dig this and as more expansion are avaible more "good" cards will have to be left over from the deck, so the pool won't be mostly the bad cards.
This feels like a priest card, a class with very powerful but very situational cards. Since very situational, most don't include those in the decks. This gives access to those (with a slightly higher chance since the pool excludes those that started in your deck).
It is inferior to Scorpid, so I don't see it replacing that. However, I can see a world where this ran along side it.
This is a pretty good card that comes out earlier than scorpid. Interesting effect that limits the amount of avaible spells. Could shine in Arena or later, after next rotation with more limited card generation.
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