Sunday, December 28, 2008


I have been toying around with the fluidmorph deck concept (thanks to thecougard :P) and I thought I should post one variant I came up with.


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1. Issaley/Torrent Krinth
2. Ikub'ra/Kha'rall Freshwater Shard
3. Issaley/Torrent Krinth
4. Dror'niq/Challor
5. Mock'Adyn/Heptadd's Crown
6. Anger'keem/Challor

2x Rhyme of the Reckless
2x Denial Refrain of the Deep
1x Melody of Mirage
1x Song of Shelter

2x Rage of Aa'une
2x Burning Rain
2x Rip Tide
2x Ghost Gouge
2x Mind Strike
2x Liquescent Swirl
2x Invader's Tactics
2x Kha'rall Crush
2x Marksman's Preparation
2x Caustic Cascade


2x Mount Pillar Reservoir (Foothold)
2x Riverlands (Foothold)
2x Vidav's Relectorium
2x Mipedim Mirage
2x Everain


Orannis said...

Take out the marksman's preps and the primal smash; replace them with water attacks. I've found through experience that when it comes to fluidmorphers, the more mugic the better.

Anonymous said...

I don't see any reason why this deck is even feasible. Sure, if your opponent has Water that'll be a pain but other then that... There are no good fighters in that army and believe it or not, Ikub'ra isn't that tough. If this is supposed to be "building on a budget" sure, but other then that this army has some weak cards overall and wouldn't be much of a threat to many armies.

Occasus said...

Whoever wrote that last comment, care for a match against this deck?

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind, but sadly it wouldn't stand a chance. This army hopes simply to get Mugic in order to allow the activation of the Fluidmorphers abilities and pressure the opponent with that. But really, Issaley can't do much, he only has around 85 Wisdom and Water. With that Shard, Ikub'ra also only has Water. And once those 3 are gone, you have a bunch of Fluidmorpher's incapable of fighting. Furthermore, that list of attacks can deal about 25 damage (with Krinth) at best, and the rest is simply consistent 10-15 damage attacks, and that would simply not be enough to take on high-end armies. Occasus, even your original concept for an Overworld army (Gronmor and friends) would decimate this army.

Occasus said...

So, easy win for you, right? Why not? Up for a friendly match?

Anonymous said...

I agree with the 2 anonymouses. You shouldn't limit yourself to only water and should consider other alternatives, including using gear like liquid thought evaporator as well as powerful fludmorphers like nunk'worn. I do think this army would be pretty weak, no offense.

Anonymous said...

Once again, I would, but I don't play the game online and in fact sell my codes online (check ebay if you don't believe me). This may sound like an excuse but oh well.

Occasus said...

The deck really does function well. You have Issaly, which has water 10, along with the strong support you get from the fluidmorphers, is really hard to take down. All but three of the attacks in the deck are water, and two of them act as one attack in the way they resolve. So just about all of your attacks are doing 10 extra damage, and you will be able to heal yourself 25 every four attacks, and your opponent will be taking 10 every time they attack, and your weak attacks will deal even more. I'm not claiming for this to be the best deck ever, but it functions.

Dustybo said...

Nice occasus and anonymouseees freshwater shard is to block the morphers and have you used liquescent swirl where you dont lose water and 3 mugic per attack is pretty sweet but you might wanna take out one morpher,correct me if you see flaws for a xistorq for 2 reasons, rage of aunne, id need to check your battle gear baton of aunne is good too,oops i just found a flaw in xistorq for your particular army in mine i use otinee :D anyways good build

Heptad14 said...

Seems like a good deck to me. some parts of the deck could be weak in different situations but good deck made Occasus:)I might use one of your decks...:P

Anonymous said...

Hope you know that shard is bugged. It does it for everyone they attack. I got reported for using it.

Occasus said...

The bug is really annoying. I more or less stopped using the deck for now.

Anonymous said...

Yea that bug really is, it even stops Xelfe, because they defend everywhere when they are not suppost to.


Anonymous said...

Happy new year Occasus keep the excellent work

Anonymous said...

card of the weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek