LoneKnight wrote:I think dragon breath multisphere is a somewhat bad play against Mystic/witch/some other t1 units I can't think of right now. You should probably find some other way to deal with her. Lawt can burn mana, falkow can do all the same stuff the mystic guy can do, refess could maybe splash undine to have your t1 refugee/carb handle it.
Peralisc9001 wrote:Ya, a succubus hiding behind a lycan will be hard to kill before draining you down. Well i guess from now on i will always carry at least 1 dragon breath with me. @_@
Anima13 wrote:It is simple:
A if you design a deck where you overly rely on a certain cards, then cards which are contering this card will be strong to them. If you designed your deck the way that you rely too much on your grims then every grimbane will hurt you. Same happens eg if you overly relyon characters, then character hate will hurt you more. This is your risk you took when you designed your deck.
B In addition one could argue that 2 cards are too much to drain but i can guarantee you the moment you use this skill you severly weaken the progression of your file. Becasue for falkow every sp count, using this skill early can mean for you slowing down your field building and thus loosing the game.
What it means for sure if you rushed him out is that you will likely loose the control aspect of your deck bacause you cannot win with retruns if you have less sp then your opponent (unless that person makes very stupid things, lets assume your opponent plays competetive).
So in essence a rushed out mystic spamming its skill means a self nerf for retruns. Soooo why do you complain then???? Stopp being paraniod about mystic and go for field early and watch your opponent crating his own issues.
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