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Nice reload tool, and a great counter to control decks with a nearly full hand
Not only is this a great-- possibly OP-- disruption for your opponent's hand and a redraw for yours, but it works wonderfully with cards that grow when someone draws a card, like Daring Reporter, for example.
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interesting ... but hard to find a suitable deck
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Oh my god this is going to be so fucking annoying! Why did they print this???
With the amount of card draw DH has, giving them the ability to put their opponent's cards back into their deck is just fucking insane. This card alone can win you a game by ruining your opponent's game plan.
They can't be this stupid, right?
Seems insanely good for me, nice reload for aggro, while being a way to really ruin the opponent's day (maybe) if they have a big hand.. or maybe you just made them draw an answer to your board.
A total tech card. But this can certainly disrupt control decks really hard, especially Priest and Warlock decks as they rely on being able to control their hand... and this card just resets their hard work at manipulating that.
The caveat to that is obvious, you go against Face Hunter and you're resetting their hand of hate for you.
The only real question I have is in situations when someone had triggered cards like Dragonqueen Alexstrasza or Galakrond, the Nightmare, will those card remain a cost of (1), or will it get reset? I would imagine that it would have the same effect as Shirvallah, the Tiger as those cards directly state that they will change the cost of the card to (1). Guess we will find out.
Perhaps this with will give us the DH Rush Master Race.
Disrupt control decks? You'll never see control decks ever again.
Very hard card to evaluate, DH doesn't really need more card draw right now, but it's such a cool disruption tool.
huhhhh wow. that's a card.
My first impression is, I kind of hate it. Hand disruption has never been a big thing in hearthstone and I liked that about it.
But also it's not as insane as you might think. I mean if you're against control, they're jamming their cheap cards against your cheap cards. you spend 4 mana to play this, they send all their expensive cards back into their deck and draw 4 new ones, possibly a better hand and they get the first turn full of mana crystals to spend on them. In fact, it promotes them to just jam all their stuff and put you in a situation where if you refill, you refill for them to. only residentsleeper decks like priest have a lot of cards in hand that they don't want to draw back
think about modern demon hunter games. how often are you playing a game against demon hunter where you have a lot of cards in your hand and want to keep it that way, and you're not getting slaughtered?
it's super hard to evaluate this. but at the end of the day it's a Jeeves like refill for low curve aggro demon hunter so it's going to see play I think.
What a cool card. Really interesting way of disrupting your opponent, and replacing useless cards.
As with all Demon Hunter cards, I have no idea what a competitive non-odd demon hunter looks like, and given that this card is quite aggressive and that I'm not sure it's enough to push demon hunters away from the odd package for aggro, I think this might see very little play.
This post is discussing the wild format.
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Super strong card...this is a meta breaking card for sure. It's a super counter to controll deck and can be used in aggressive deck to draw more. 5 stars for sure
Thanks. I hate it.
A Plot Twist for 2 mana more, and possible reduction of handsize - if it's not in outcast position. You could possible even make an endless DH in wild with Ellek. Or if you are playing control against control (like 5 expansion from today that could be possible) you stave of fatigue by some turns.
If it is in outcast position, this most likely destroys your opponents turn.
While interesting, I suppose it will show up in tournament decks as a specific tech card, and nowhere else. For drawing 3 cards, there is already Skull of Gul'dan.
I really like it, if you don't want to give your opponent cards, you need to try to play this without outcast, in difference than other outcast cards, but maybe they have a full hand and now you DO want the outcast.
Strong for draw when you're low on cards and disrupting your opponent's hand.
Although it does have some timing because maybe you actually don't want your opponent to draw the cards.
So QuesWL's time is over I guess.
What a nasty card. Do they their on game at Blizz? This card is rage quit level 9000!
Oh for the love Yogg. It acts as a hand refresh for aggro DH AND disrupts the enemy, possibly depriving them of board control or sustain tools they need to survive against the DH onslaught. I was hyped for this set, even after seeing some pretty strong cards, but this card looks extremely anti-fun. Can't they just change the outcast to more draw or something? Why does it have to be one of the strongest disruption tools in the game's history? All we can do is pray that the card is no where near as strong as it looks.
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