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Battlecry: If your deck is empty, open a portal that fills your board with 3/2 Imps each turn.
Look at this guy! He’s obviously evil! OBVIOUSLY!!!
Battlecry - Does something when you play it from your hand.
I think all cards for this "nuke my own deck" warlock are around the same rating, despite having varying powerlevels.
This will only matter in a game which reaches fatigue (be it through nuking yourself or drawing cards).
If you hurry it up by nuking your own deck and to take advantage of other similar cards, expect to hit this card quite a few times in the process, making it useless.
However, since this works similarly to Nomi, I will gamble that it will see play in decks that played out akin to Nomi decks, and as such I would rate it the same way I would rate Nomi. I think this might even be better than Nomi, in the sense that it keeps summoning stuff.
All that taken into consideration, were Nomi Warlock decks any good? I really dont know, since I never faced one.
Lastly, Lakkari Sacrifice powercreep?
I have my doubts on this one. It's obviously a ridiculous effect, but it's important to note that in addition to racing the fatigue damage, which given the imps take a full turn each time they are spawned to get a crack at doing for you, you are also not getting anymore cards. I worry the portal, without the support of a fresh card every turn to leverage the advantage, will fall short as a means to end the game.
The final piece of the “Deep Warlock” puzzle. I’m not convinced it will work competitively but seems fun regardless definitely gonna try deep warlock out :D
I"m skeptical. Filling your board with 3/2's is great. Doing so as a win condition in a class where it beats up your own health to gain advantage and then still taking cumulative burn each turn? I'd like to think this will be awesome, but I'm remaining skeptical.
LOL best flavor text of the entire game
Now warlocks can play uncorrupted Tickatus with no worries as long as you don't discard this.
OMG you're right
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