Decks working exactly how they're supposed to


#954

When you get that T2 Wanderer :sunglasses:


#955

I had to make a forum account and post this one: Despite a poor draw and my Vetruvian deck being pretty trashy, I managed a five-turn, unscathed victory. This, ladies and gentlemen, is why you screen your wounded general.

Replay: https://play.duelyst.com/replay?replayId=-LBTXPkplWLxwix4jCqZ


#956

Your minions? MY minions.


#957


#958

Jeez, how many of their creep generating cards did you steal?


#959

Full health lethal


#960

I prefer the classic on-curve double Azalea, but this is acceptable too


Gauntlet grimes shenanigans again, or, don't emote too soon
#961

Last chance for Mantra before I turn you into a mummy.


#962

did they have it?


#963

I just used cascade on grimes… I love this deck

Kudos to yet another player who didn’t concede!


#964

Come on buddy, replace, replace, be my guest :slight_smile:


#965

Nothing beats a classic Star’s Fury lethal.


#966

Line 'em up, mow 'em down


#967

These are the moments when breeding Kujatas is paying off without Worldcore golem:


#968

That belongs to “Decks working even better than they’re supposed to” thread.

How did you make so many Kujatas? Fractal and Progenitor?


#969

Always Progenitor. They cost 0-3 more than often. Slamming Metallurgist into Progenitor T2 after playing a Kujata T1 is just so much pressure. Lavaslaher gets incredibly cheap, you can throw out all your ragebinders… I sometimes win just by swarming and then refilling with Tec edge and Insight. Always hoping for the Dreamshaper off Grimes for the refill.

In this case I had two kujatas which I then doubled twice.


#970

How much damage Taygete did? 9 or just 4?


#971

8

charaktersmorethanithadto


#972

Ah yeah, overcounted in my excitement :smile:


#973

Make Vaath run like a little girl (he is) with The Power of Swiss Tennis !