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This is some very clever card design. Pumps your Werewolves all hours of the day and serves as a Human lord. I love it.
Posted By: JFM2796 (9/22/2011 3:39:56 PM)


This guy is very scary. Imagine watching someone drop Reckless Waif on turn 1, this guy on turn 2, then Kruin Outlaw on turn 3. Bit of a perfect hand, but it's not really that far-fetched, and it turns into a truly absurd attacking team, even if they don't transform. If they do, the other guy's screwed; Kruin Outlaw effectively gets "double" the +1/+1 bonus' attack bonus since it's hitting twice, and it's also giving your guys evasion--including Reckless Waif, your one drop, which got turned into a 4/3.

I love werewolves.
Posted By: TherealphatMatt (9/23/2011 8:09:53 AM)


Works well with humans as well as werewolves. As a human he makes your humans stronger. As a werewolf he makes an army. Even in a human deck I wouldn't complain if he transformed.
Posted By: SleetFox (9/23/2011 10:26:14 AM)


@2pcsofcandy: Whoa, you're right about those being the only 2... with basically all Soldiers also being Humans, I was surprised that most Soldier token creators don't specify any race, I always just assumed they were Human... now I wonder exactly what creatures I'm hiding behind, lol...
Posted By: BlakeHN (9/24/2011 2:39:39 AM)


my brother and i went to the prerelease last week, and we both got the promo signed by the artist
when we got back we realized just how good this thing is. it runs games no matter which side is flipped
Posted By: dontmess17 (10/1/2011 12:45:35 PM)


Very Flexible Card
All "Werewolves" are Humans while they are in their Day form, but it's flexibility doesn't stop at werewolves. If used in a "Human" deck, it makes your opponent practically skip a turn to get ride of his Human effect if he wants to, a +1/+1 to all humans isn't major unless you know how to use it. I can see this running in a GreenWhite equip deck, or some other Green version of a human deck, not just werewolves.

1/1 does not help it's survivability, but very good either way...

4.5/5 :: Not perfect... but very good and very flexible in the hands of the right deck makers. I can see this same card being used in 2 rival decks, with two completely different play styles.
Posted By: Tsunaki (10/3/2011 1:49:32 AM)


@Tommy9898; I know what you mean. I'm rather dissappointed that, with all the transform werewolves, they didn't make any hounds that transformed into wolves.

That asside, I really wish he were bigger; as a two-drop lord I'm sure he's good, but with 1 toughness, he's way too easy to remove.
Posted By: Dr.Pingas (10/4/2011 12:06:14 PM)


marwinshieldscale: "I never thought I'd see a lord of 2 creatures on one card"

Aven Brigadier, perhaps? Or Verdeloth The Ancient? Maybe Death Baron?

Even Auriok Steelshaper, sometimes.
Posted By: WhiteWizard42 (10/5/2011 1:07:42 PM)


The single best thing about this card is that when it's foiled, it's foiled on both sides. It doesn't instantly go banana-shaped like every other foil. I have a promo version in front of me right now, straight as an arrow, sitting snugly in its red sleeve.
Posted By: Wraique (10/13/2011 12:00:02 AM)


The promo Mayor looks so much like Saxton Haaaaaaaaale
Posted By: Kryptnyt (12/21/2011 3:27:59 AM)


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