A new Rare Paladin Spell, Holy Maki Roll, has been revealed!
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Probably bad because it#s just healing, but the pun is 10/10. Best card in the set. Will define the meme economy for decades.
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It was awful.
Technically it's Forbidden Healing, but better. 2 heal for each mana spend, but it's rare, can be played any time and on multiple targets, it's not an echo effect, so copies can be reduced to 0 mana.
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The little brother of Witch's Brew.
Quote From YourPrivateNightmareProbably bad because it#s just healing, but the pun is 10/10. Best card in the set. Will define the meme economy for decades.
Witch's Brew saw play, and this is just a straight upgrade over it. Granted, that card wasn't used much past RoS, but I do predict some experimentation.
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I'm the only one who stops to see if he's dead.
Hmm. Turns out he's dead.
Just give these things Echo, it makes no sense. A very good cheap heal for your Face, and also for your minions. I'm not sure how much it sees play, but it might could make Control Paladin a thing. Remember, they did get some Dragons and Kazakusan exists.
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It is cheap & effective delay, but nothing spectacular.
Nice efficient healing for paladin that saw a decent amount of healing orientated cards released in FAV so should see play if the meta gets too aggressive
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Nice pun on the now departed mackeral.
But this card is just not very good, unless of course we're looking at either combo or control pally next round, because what this card is is Forbidden Healing, or just another discount option for The Garden's Grace.
In most cases, Flash of Light is just better.
Witch's Brew but half the cost and healing. That sounds pretty good. It discounts The Garden's Grace and it works alongside Kotori Lightblade. Of course that would be a quite.. uncommon case but it can work. Paladin also needs holy spells for the new holy spell package, and with Libram of Hope gone paladin needs some new healing cards. Sure core also bring back Flash of Light and Amber Watcher but i feel like Holy Maki Roll will be better because you can spread the healing around better to both your hero and your minions.
RNG is only fun as long as there is a 50/50 chance of getting something really good or trash level of bad. If RNG always results in something good, then it's not fun.
I suppose since this isn't an echo card, it could be reduced to 0 mana. I don't see a way for Paladin to do that currently in Standard. Maybe in Wild. This still looks like it could restore a decent amount of health either way.
Quote From suleJust give these things Echo, it makes no sense.
Just give these things Echo, it makes no sense.
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It's not the best thing ever, but it's versatile and can stall games when necessary. Not sure it'll see play, but it's always nice to have additional ways to heal up, specially with Libram of Hope going away.
Don't worry, Forbidden Healing, you'll be back when the inevitable 'Trigger if your enemy plays 3 cards' synergies come back.
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