My own Quest Dragon Fragment Warlock beat the one Druid I played against, but I don't know for sure that they were a Survival of the Fittest Druid.
They certainly never drew a Kael or SotF that I saw; they might've just been a Spell Druid.
I love this card. Maybe it's broken, but I love the exploration of new spaces. can't figure out if something is too good if you don't try - remember Gnomeferatu? People were calling that the death of combo decks.
This is nutso. Absolutely getting included in every Warrior deck, probably every Rogue deck too, unless they're like incredibly aggressive decks.
I like it in theory, but past cards based on your opponent casting spells have all been bad. This does not seem good enough to change that.
Good stats, comes in right after a Dagger Up on turn 2 to help clear the board. Seems like a fun inclusion.
Good stats, though I don't know if I run it straight. Definitely fun to pick up off Font of Power.
Kind of wish it was Taunt instead, honestly. Rush minions are a bit too varied and some of them kind of suck.
Holy Wrath Paladin, away! This card screams combo at the top of its lungs.
Seems real good so long as you're running at least a few Spell Damage minions. Since Lab Partner is so good, I expect this will see play.
Forces removal or silence on the minion, this seems really good. Good enough to push Paladins away from Murlocs? We'll see.
This is the card that has me most excited for the Spell Damage stuff in Shaman. Reliable, hard to interact with Spell Damage is a huge boost for the deck.
Immediate inclusion in every Even deck? Demon Hunter exclusive for Standard? Poor River Crocolisk.
Imp-losion but it's Spell Damage based. I like the idea, don't know if Shaman loves it though since they can't do much with the Elementals afterwards.
Better than Arcane Shot for the most part. No face damage is obviously bad in Hunter, but I think the bonus more than makes up for it.
Love the effect. We need to see if Big Demon Hunter or Control Demon Hunter pans out, which I don't think it does.
Dragon decks used to really like Twilight Guardian, which this is comparable to. I think this could find a home in Dragon Mage or Dragon Priest.
Strong. If Soul Fragment pay-offs are played, it will be in Demon Hunter, not Warlock.
This seems really good. Reaper's Scythe makes this exciting in Warrior; Vulpera Toxinblade and Self-Sharpening Sword have it covered in Rogue; Doctor Krastinov for both of them.
I love this twist on Choose One. I hope we see more designs like this in the future, where you augment the first option in the second.
Another 'gets better the later you play it' card. Can't wait for someone to accidentally try and Coin out a larger spell for her.