Song for a hero: Uses?

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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby skillll7 » Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:33 pm

Callonia wrote:Or, if gmb was still around, 130 hp death dragon with 200 atk. spam dat grimiore three times in a row for uh, 230 hp and 400 atk death dragon with 20 damage aoe death miasma that ignores defense, what a pity.

It would actually be an 800 AT Zangadylan.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby Callonia » Wed Nov 07, 2012 2:52 am

skillll7 wrote:
Callonia wrote:Or, if gmb was still around, 130 hp death dragon with 200 atk. spam dat grimiore three times in a row for uh, 230 hp and 400 atk death dragon with 20 damage aoe death miasma that ignores defense, what a pity.

It would actually be an 800 AT Zangadylan.



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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby Spiration » Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:44 pm

I guess it works to good effect on tanks or bystanders like vet pally, grand mecha guy, giant bug, etc
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby harvest4god » Thu Nov 08, 2012 12:55 am

I was intrigued with the card and have used it for every sphere so far on many main and obscure units....here's my results.

Refess:
Dragonrider/ Wasseir- Quite effective for his hit all units skill, but really just a tankie afel. I did love pulling it off though
Stardragon: It's decent, but with salamanders being played, makes it hard to keep dragon on field alone since HP buff is more important.
Brutal Mammoth: Effective if you can get some defense on him afterward.
Veteran Folrart Paladin: OMG this was awesome. :)
Star Lord / Bastandorra: Decent as it gives him 60 attack

Lawtia:
Zu: This was great, but need overdose to force kills sometimes.
Death Knight: This was sick with lich in back
Crest Devil Knight: Depends on rivals field, but he can virtually fully heal every turn at 100 HP
Last Resort / Gaieshart: If you can time it after he gets an AT buff first. Pure evil
Living Armor: Can we say ultimate tank

Gowen:
Earth Dragon: Drool
Giant Arthropleurid: Helps for resting and waiting for DEF to build.
Volcano Wyvern and Bringer: Did it for giggles. Bringer was hardcore.

Falkow:
Giant Manta Ray: Worked very well
Mage Paladin / Distrier: If you have sp to follow up with AT and DEF boost. Slaughter
Giant Ancient Tortoise: This was totally awesome.
Deep Squid: Well think of dalos with guaranteed 80 damage.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby Icyman2 » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:14 am

Spam 3 on both zugs.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby AqvasFire2 » Thu Nov 08, 2012 1:23 pm

harvest4god wrote:I was intrigued with the card and have used it for every sphere so far on many main and obscure units....here's my results.

Refess:
Dragonrider/ Wasseir- Quite effective for his hit all units skill, but really just a tankie afel. I did love pulling it off though
Stardragon: It's decent, but with salamanders being played, makes it hard to keep dragon on field alone since HP buff is more important.
Brutal Mammoth: Effective if you can get some defense on him afterward.
Veteran Folrart Paladin: OMG this was awesome. :)
Star Lord / Bastandorra: Decent as it gives him 60 attack

Lawtia:
Zu: This was great, but need overdose to force kills sometimes.
Death Knight: This was sick with lich in back
Crest Devil Knight: Depends on rivals field, but he can virtually fully heal every turn at 100 HP
Last Resort / Gaieshart: If you can time it after he gets an AT buff first. Pure evil
Living Armor: Can we say ultimate tank

Gowen:
Earth Dragon: Drool
Giant Arthropleurid: Helps for resting and waiting for DEF to build.
Volcano Wyvern and Bringer: Did it for giggles. Bringer was hardcore.

Falkow:
Giant Manta Ray: Worked very well
Mage Paladin / Distrier: If you have sp to follow up with AT and DEF boost. Slaughter
Giant Ancient Tortoise: This was totally awesome.
Deep Squid: Well think of dalos with guaranteed 80 damage.


You know, song of a hero on Bringer would put him out of x10 grim range such as judgment hammer or bastandora's lasers. Only problem is the +50 max/HP has such a ridiculous condition anyway. Honestly, would this be an absolutely gamebreaking tier1 card if it had no conditions and just said bang, double attack, +50max/HP on a unit? Because it does next to nothing to protect vs. "doesn't matter what you have, it's dead" SSs except sin (and only for that turn). EG Sumerlana, Torte, etc...

As it stands right now, I've never ever seen it swing a match.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby gadu » Thu Nov 08, 2012 2:36 pm

Squid, T-rex, Vet Paladin sound like the best on that list. Did you try it on Crest Slayer? Seems really good.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby AqvasFire2 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:09 pm

The question is this: if you have that one unit alone on the field, what does your opponent have? A roflsaurus alone on the field seems like it'd get clobbered in short order.
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Re: Song for a hero: Uses?

Postby Jazzock » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:33 pm

gadu wrote:Did you try it on Crest Slayer? Seems really good.

My Hero Crest Slayer roflstomped starmander

Also Song of hero on Big noze (i've been posting a lot about her lately lol) is funny :lol:
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