Destroyed by a Yodin Zaku | Curious Battles 17#
Here I come back with another curious battle, this time against legends of fire who did not hesitate to give their all on the battlefield.
In the first place Magnor presents himself firmly with his ability that directs the attention of the offensive towards him, for my part the Bone Golem was the chosen tank, my idea was to face a lot of magic, however the intervention of Zaku left me very vulnerable.
In the second position "Phamtom Soldier" was present, supported by the summoner buff that allowed him to return several magic attacks, however it was insufficient because part of the battle conditions allowed the same level of life of all monsters in the field, so it was a more complicated confrontation. The "Lava Launcher" was present in the second enemy place, its ability allows it to attack if it is in the first position, that added to the "blast" and its 3+1 attack points at range made it an epic card much more dangerous than usual.
The "Ancient Lich" was my choice for third place, given that the battle condition allowed to equalize the life points I hoped to use him as a wild card as a tank because his ability increases his life by "absorbing" the enemy's life. In the enemy team a golden epic lurks, "Djinn Inferni" that with his two three points of magic attack, plus blast, plus his new ability, contributed to my team being knocked down. However, so much offense turned out to be double-edged for him because my summoner's buff allowed him to receive some of the magic damage back, even from the blast.
In the fourth enemy position I was surprised to see "Fenix elemental, a card from several editions ago, quite expensive and powerful, fast and elusive for its ability. For my part "Magi Necrosi" was the choice, with his snipe and camouflage I hoped to keep him steady reducing the enemy offensive from the safety of a secluded position, however the blast provided by Zaku ended up condemning him.
The last offensive line was formed by two powerful stalkers of the splinter of death and neutral, "sand worm" and "silent sha-vi", with their ability they could attack from that position. Despite all the physical damage they had, the slowness of the worm reduced its effectiveness in battle and in the face of that lack the snake was insufficient to finish off the enemy legends before being shot down.
The complete alineation was:
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Despite the big difference in power, my team managed to take down several enemy monsters, perhaps with more magic defense, speed and damage the result would have been different. The cost of having a team as powerful as this one I faced is high, even if it is rented. However, it is not so rare that in brawls they decide to make such investments to ensure victory and thus be able to opt for the merits. Competition is aggressive when the prize is attractive!
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