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Date Reviewed - 03.19.07
||We start our
week with a bang…or thud…or smack depending on how
you look at it! The common Warlord character Elbow
For a cost of 4 with a threshold of 2, the 3/2/3
Elbow Dropper is another Warlord nightmare for
defenders. While Bloodcurdling Bulldozer can deplete
a character when he attacks, Elbow Dropper can do it
any time. Beware though, if you use his ability
before you declare an attack, you’re giving your
opponent a chance to respond before battle. This
might not be in your best interest.
You can however, use the opportunity to use
abilities after declaring your attack, (step 3 of
“How to Attack”) which is before your opponent gets
his first chance to play a tactic or use an ability
Another simple straight forward card, the tag-team
of Bulldozer and Elbow Dropper can either wreak
havoc on your opponent’s defense, force him to
attack with more than he’d like to in an effort to
use his characters before they become useless, or
force him to under attack, holding back enough
characters to properly block your attack.
In limited, this common 2 threshold character will
see plenty of play. In constructed, Warlord has so
many options that this may not always be a “four
This isn't my favorite card from the new set. It
tends to be more of a 'win more' card than a card
that actually helps you gain advantage over your
opponent. When it comes down to it, you'd usually
rather have another character with a large strength
value to be attacking with than this. None the less,
I suppose it could have its uses in a destruction
heavy Constructed deck.
You'll play it because its a character, nothing
Any piece of destruction is preferable. Because
guess what? A dead character can't block this turn
OR next turn.