A new Legendary Paladin Minion, Lady Liadrin, has been revealed!
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A good value card under the right circumstances, but it's quite slow, and pretty expensive for its stats.
Seems like the kind of card that's designed to work with something not yet revealed.
A 7-mana 4/6 that only generates cards is very slow. It's similar to Krag'wa except you don't have to play it immediately after the turn you play spells so there'S some freedom.
However, what kind of buffs are there even that would make this worth it. I guess we'll see
I tried having fun once.
It was awful.
Probably good for Pure Paladin.
7 Mana without immediate Board-Impact. Oof... Maybe in a Control Meta?
You also get the Cards that you've cast on yourself, so there's at least that.
But hey, another Card for Pure Pally
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Support for Shirvallah, the Tiger just as she is on her way out the door for Standard? Odd.
1. Wait until enemy plays Millhouse Manastorm
2. Play this.
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Good value card, probably a win-more-card. Now you can use your buff cards like Blessing of Kings and get it back with Liadrin to outvalue your opponent.
"Buff stuff" or "pants paladin" hasn't ever really worked well.
Quote From RandomGuy"Buff stuff" or "pants paladin" hasn't ever really worked well.
Do you know Kiblers Lynessa Deck? Sure it wasn't one of the toptier decks, but it worked.
Quote From YusukeQuote From RandomGuy"Buff stuff" or "pants paladin" hasn't ever really worked well.Do you know Kiblers Lynessa Deck? Sure it wasn't one of the toptier decks, but it worked.
Fair enough. I guess when I say "work" i mean is a mainstream, high tier deck.
What kind of control paladin will benefit from this? The bells are rotating out. But maybe they have plans, not yet revealed... Interesting, nonetheless.
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I like it, but it's power will mostly depend on the cards available and how good they are.I imagine only getting 2 Spikeridged Steed would be worth it for example.
Lady Liadrin can now play with herself too ^^
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Well, Lynessa Sunsorrow was a terrible card, I don't see how this is any different.
Carrion, my wayward grub.
A classic Paladin reveal, in that we look at it and go “well, they'd *have* to support that for it to work, right?”
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This card could be interesting in combination with the Librams. For instance, Lady Liadrin could fill your hand with Libram of Wisdom that cost 0 mana. This card could also fit into pure Paladin.
With the reveal of Librams, this went from pretty bad to pretty good.
You can potentially double all the Librams in your deck for a lot of value, especially the discounted Libram of Hopes. She's pretty slow but with all the Libram support, I think it's very possible to reach the end game.
Only caveat, I think, is multiple casts of Libram of Wisdom could dilute your spell card pool and potentially clogging up your hand. But that may be a good problem to have.
Well, looks like many got made a fool of with the introduction of libram cards.
Why dont they reveal the librams along with Lady Liadrin will always baffle me.
Comparable to Krag'Wa, but without the "previous turn" restriction. Clearly, a strong card for Wild Quest Paladin.
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