Thursday, March 12, 2009

Bungle in the Jungle, CCTW-March 11

Welcome back for yet another card of the week! :)

This week we are going to celebrate a favorite location of mine: The Heart of the Jungle. No one likes it when their awesome overworld healing lineup is stopped dead in its tracks by a Gan'trak army. This location gives you a turn of safety. Chances are, your creatures have at least one stat that is higher than all of your opponent's stats, so if your opponent would start lowering your stats, he is signing his own creature's death warrent.

But I'm not saying that only overworlders can benefit from this sort of card. Any player who wants to show those darned M'arrillians a thing or two might find some use for this card. The Kha'rall's intimidate will backfire on themselves, and Gan'trak will only end up stopping his own creatures.

So, rate this location out of ten like always :).

7 comments:

michael said...

hm I like it but its unquip so you can only have one so 6 because you only have a 1 in 10 chance of geting it

Anonymous said...

But it wo't destory their creature.....

Occasus said...

Yes it would. Gan'trak's reducing stat ability would affect all engaged creatures now, and whenever any creature has 0 in all stats, they will be destroyed.

Anonymous said...

Very clever Occasus. Also an Unheard melody just stops em in their tracks. Take out Gan'trak and no problem. The only problem would be keeping in Aa'une so you can summon him.

Anonymous said...

That last post was by timmyv

Anonymous said...

I give it a 7, because though it is unique, it stops stat reduction abilities of both M'arrillian, and Underworld. This will help against the new Bloot, who will also be shredding things apart in Gan'Trak decks once he comes out. It is only 1/10 chance, but there's ways to get around that chance.

Tsunai

BuzzerJr said...

Well i like this location, i dont have it but its effect will cause chaos in m'arillian decks. Oh yea could you pm me on the forums because i whould like to challenge you again.