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Date Reviewed - 04.10.07
||Today we look
at the rare Banker character The Garbageman.
And this guys got nothing to do with garbage at all.
This 2 cost 2 threshold character joins the Erotic
Assassin as the only characters that can be restored
by a means other than the “Restore rule” of a
faction card. While paying 2 and removing 3 cards
from your discard pile is certainly a higher cost
than just paying 2 for the Erotic Assassin, The
Garbageman can be restored normally by your
faction’s “Restore rule”. Used with a few Selective
Gluttonies, you’ll get plenty of use out of this
His first ability, deplete him to draw a card
followed by discarding a card, is yet another weapon
in the Banker stable of card drawers. Combined with
Beatrix Winterbottom and/or Gold Summit and your
drawing multiple cards and gaining lots of
Remember, even though you can restore him outside of
the normal start of turn procedures, he can attack
only once per turn.
In limited, he’ll be depleted at the opponents EOT
more often than not. In constructed, you’ll be able
to maximize all his abilities.
Today we look at the Banker character The Garbageman.
Is it just me, or does this guy sound like he could
star in his own horror flick? Stealing dead bodies
from the garbage, or something like that?
Anyway, he costs two with two Banker threshold,
sporting one strength, three life and three speed.
He's an efficient two cost character on his own,
able to stand up to most Warlord removal. However,
his ability is what makes him a rare.
He allows to you deplete him to draw a card, and
then discard card. He also allows you to remove
three cards in your opponents discard pile from the
game to undeplete him.
Thats a lot of draw power, friends.
In constructed, he'll find his place next to Ms.
Winterbottom, I'm sure. And in limited, he'll be a
welcome card to any deck under the Banker