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Wolf-Skull Shaman

Reviewed march 5, 2008

Constructed: 3.33
Casual: 4.20
Limited: 3.00

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Wolf-Skull Shaman

This Grizzly Bear goes great in any Elf or Shaman deck, allowing you to pump out free 2/2 Wolves. And they pretty much are "free", since the Shaman herself doesn't really cost any more than you'd expect her too without the ability. The cool interaction with Wren's Run Packmaster is a nice perk as well.

Constructed- 3
Casual- 3.5
Limited- 3

David Fanany

Player since 1995

Wolf-Skull Shaman

There aren't too many Shamans who are strong in constructed - but plenty of elves are. Wolf-Skull Shaman can get out of control very quickly in an elf deck, especially when you count tribal spells. The only wrinkle is that it doesn't have synergy with Obsidian Battle-Axe. But that's not too huge a disadvantage when you're getting wolves every turn (and it costs half as much as Wren's Run Packmaster!).

Constructed: 3/5
Casual: 4/5
Limited: 3/5

Wolf-Skull Shaman

            In elves, this card can be nuts. However, it competes for the same slot as Tarmogoyf, Wren’s Run Vanquisher, and Bramblewood Paragon, making it slightly less appealing.


- Constructed: 4

            Great guy in a top-shelf deck.

- Casual: 5

            As a good elf card, it may get played...

- Limited: 3

            Certainly is a beating in the long game, if you have the elves, shamans, or changelings. Otherwise, it’s a grizzly bear.

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