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  • Cronos Genesis#9i6t published a deck!

    Nov 04, 2019 PST

    The mad Lad

    Coal Roarkwin

  • Brainifazius#14th published a deck!

    Nov 03, 2019 PST

    Odette Protector of Demons

    Odette Diamondcrest

  • Antagonist13#6*=d commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Nov 02, 2019 PDT

    thats not his health, its his stat total (battlefield, health and spellboard). 'harold westraven' has a stat total of 28 (5+21+2), but after he attaches 3 dark transformations, his new total is 37 (8+24+5).

    Thanks for the clarification!

  • SolarFlar3#1ohy published a deck!

    Nov 01, 2019 PDT

    Power Through Sembali 497

    Sembali Grimtongue

  • angus#5nar commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Nov 01, 2019 PDT

    Antagonist13#6=d

    thats not his health, its his stat total (battlefield, health and spellboard). 'harold westraven' has a stat total of 28 (5+21+2), but after he attaches 3 dark transformations, his new total is 37 (8+24+5).

  • Antagonist13#6*=d commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Nov 01, 2019 PDT

    @angus:

    but after his transformations, he is so powerful it's not funny (he caps out at 37, about 33% higher than average)

    How do you get his health up to 37?

  • Saadjeff#0ypd published a deck!

    Oct 29, 2019 PDT

    Stronge deck V1.0

    Jessa Na Ni

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 27, 2019 PDT

    Thanks for the commentary on Harold, angus! I can see how he can get overpowered and annoying XD) I'll keep this in mind when building future decks. Also, (to lidjan1), I agree that Harold doesn't need three summon vampire bat swarms, so thanks for commenting.

  • angus#5nar commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 26, 2019 PDT

    ...can be countered by risen and burn decks, and has trouble fighting against mill decks

    I cant speak for you experiences, but in mine burn doesn't really work against Harold, cause his health is just so damn high! (and believe me, I've tried XD) Also, I assume you mean fallen instead of risen? If so, same problem, he just has too much health.

    As for mill decks, they are interesting. Sure, if you mange to get rid of his key cards, Harold is often in trouble, but mill decks are also really slow and Harold just loves slow games. the more he can use mark prey (to get hunters mark), the better value it is for him. Same goes for getting more harvests souls off.

    I don't think he is more powerful than any other phoenixborn

    At risk of seeming lazy, I'm just going to say I disagree with you and leave it at that. I know that there are a few posts on this site discussing it, and it would be easy to argue either way after doing research. The only point that I will make (because I know this one off by heart, so doesn't require any effort XD) is that taking the stat totals of all PB, you get an average of about 28. Harold sits right on par at the start (with a total of exactly 28), but after his transformations, he is so powerful it's not funny (he caps out at 37, about 33% higher than average)

  • Cloudbuilder#4n98 published a deck!

    Oct 23, 2019 PDT

    Vicky's Hounds

    Victoria Glassfire

  • lidjan1#40jr commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 23, 2019 PDT

    Why are you using 3 Summon Vampire Bat Swarm`s? i find this unit pretty weak ( so please clarify me if i`m wrong ). The only use i can see is to block 1 unit or two, then attack and then sacrifice it ( for example with Blood Chains or Dark Reaping). That`s why i see good use of one copy of this spell. But 3? If you summon three in one turn you are going to be left with nearly empty battlefield. So what is justification for running three of those?

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 22, 2019 PDT

    Thank you for clarifying the matter :-). However, while I agree that Harold is powerful, I don't think he's more powerful than any other phoenixborn as you have suggested. In theory, he can be countered by risen and burn decks, and has trouble fighting against mill decks. Is there some reason why he's too powerful for these?

  • angus#5nar commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Also, on a side note, I haven't seen many Harold Westraven decks. I cannot figure out why, as his power can be devastating to decks playing powerful units and with the right card set, he can pick off smaller units. Is there something I'm missing?

    not at all! Harold is a very powerful Phoenixborn and can be used to great effect. his problem is that he is too powerful. the online community has moved away from him because people were just getting a bit bored if him.

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h published a deck!

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Charming Evil

    Saria Guideman

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Rimea Basic:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    I think the idea behind this deck is a good one. However, most of your units can easily be dealt with by various spells in every type of deck, (as many units that can be played using basic symbols are) and you have six different ready spells in your deck (which is okay if you're fine with meditating one). Also, does this deck have a direct strategy, or is it meant to be a general basic dice deck?

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Brennan's Battle Within:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    First, let me say, this is a good deck. However it does have one flaw. It can beaten by a deck of similar type. And it can be crippled with choke. Now, most decks aren't ability lockdown/mill decks :) , but I would encourage this deck to be wary of them, as it majorly depends on your opponent attacking you and is mostly helpless if it can't use brennen either (due to choke). But, as I said before, most decks do not use the lockdown/mill strategy I described :)

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h commented on the deck Target and Destroy:

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    The idea of the deck is to destroy your opponent's units using damage dealing actions, spells, and abilities then attacking their phoenixborn with your units. This probably isn't a foolproof strategy, so please comment. Also, on a side note, I haven't seen many Harold Westraven decks. I cannot figure out why, as his power can be devastating to decks playing powerful units and with the right card set, he can pick off smaller units. Is there something I'm missing?

  • GoldenPhoenix#10+h published a deck!

    Oct 21, 2019 PDT

    Target and Destroy

    Harold Westraven

  • Cronos Genesis#9i6t commented on the card Summon Steadfast Guardian:

    Oct 18, 2019 PDT

    Triggers independent of Opponent :

    ----- if you target yourself section -----

    Note that the exhaustion must be part of the Effect, not the cost which is why for example Three-Eyed Owl does not Trigger this with it's ability activaiton.

  • Yeah, it does help! Thank you, lidjan1#40jr!