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When Parvink enters play, draw a card.

Card Number - 212

Card Rating:

Sealed: 4.5
Constructed: 4.75
Casual: 4.0
Raid: 5.0

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.

Date Reviewed - 12.18.06

Aganej2 Parvink

This card is class on wheels. It does a lot in spades. The price tag on this card will tell you that, I remember seeing it somewhere at 2 bucks. It's a common by the way. It's a 3/3 for 2, which is decent, not the best but still decent. It has protector, a good ability for alliance cards but still getting warmer. "Draw a card," jack pot. This card is a 3 in 1, pure card advantage. Fits nicely on a mana curve, turn 3 this card comes out and you draw a card, get a protector and a 2/2. Can anyone who's playing alliance complain about that?

Constructed: 5/5 (can fit in any alliance deck and will stand alone)
Sealed: 4.5/5 (not a card that can sway you to play alliance, it's not a finisher)
Raid: 5/5 (it can shield an ony blow, which is great and still draw the card)
It looks like it’s protector week. And there’s no better choice to start off with than Parvink.

Parvink is one of my favorite cards in the game. The artistry is rather clever in expressing the depth of cuteness that only gnomes can reach, while still conveying a sense of combat, as a Tauren’s legs are lopped off.

As a protector, Parvink is standard fare. Protectors are stronger if they are elusive, or have some other effect that guarantees field presence when you want it. The 3 point summoning cost is a little high for her 2/2 stats, too. But the draw power more than balances out the shortfall.

I’ve been playing horde characters fairly exclusively since starting WOW. However, every Alliance idea that skitters through my head includes four copies of this purple pigmy protector.

Draft: 4.0 – Protect and draw. Never a bad time for this, unless about to deck out.

Constructed: 4.5 - Build the right deck, and she’ll add speed and stability.

Raid: 3.0 – Still a balanced card, but protectors don’t last long against the dragon. She’s still good for the draw power, though.
Ruichi Hello everyone this is Ruichi and today we have Parvink

This ally cost 3 resoures has 2 attack and 2 life... this card
is also the BEST card and is a STAPLE in every alliance deck.
Why so you ask well ill tell you. Parvink is a protector and it
lets you draw another card. That extra card can land you just
what you need...maybe another Parvink

sealed : 5 (3 resoure protector and draw a card nice)
constructed : 5 (look above)
raid : 5 (look above)

Well, Parvink is a nice little card that packages together a 2/2 for 3, protector, and card draw. I use them in my alliance decks. Card draw is great, and if you get a protector from it too, more power to you!

Sealed: 4.00 - A decent ally and card draw? Nice!
Constructed: 4.00 - Great card overall, sees lots of play.
Casual: 4.00 - Great Card all around.
Raid: 3.50 - Allies do not last long against the dragon, but card draw gets you those nice abilities.
Knightwing Welcome everyone to a new week of card reviews, here at Pojo's Warcraft section. Hopefully everyone had a good weekend, got their shopping done, and to all my college readers, hope you guys did well on your finals, or good luck if you still got them left.

Today's card is Parink, the Alliance Gnome Warrior (Ally). This common Ally can be brought out by exhausting 3 resources, and has 2 Health and 2 Attack, with excellent defensive capabilities. As soon as she comes enters play, you're allowed to draw 1 card, and on top of that, she has Protector ability, allowing her to step in and take the damage from a battle that your other ally would have taken.

Constructed: 3/5 (Since she's Alliance, heh)
Limited: 4/5
Raid: 3/5



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