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Warden Ravella


Card Number - TDP-196

Card Rating:

Sealed: 3.40
Constructed: 3.20
Casual: 2.60
Raid: 2.60

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

Date Reviewed - 05.10.0


aka Warchief Thrall

Warden Ravella



Cost: 3

Attack: 2

Health: 3


Protector, Untargetable


Protectors are always useful to have around, especially when they’re untargetable.

It’s stats aren’t bad, but they could be better.


Combine this card with Yesterdays, and it could work very well.


Sealed: 3/5
Constructed: 3/5
Casual: 3/5
Raid: 2/5

See you on the Battlefield

Red Comet Warden Ravella

A low cost ally with protector and untargetable nice.

Untargetable cards live slightly longer since they don't fear abilities and a protector

with untargetable is a vital wall that can keep you going until you draw what you need.

It's not going to replace Parvink but consider it as a side especially against Mages and Warlocks

Sealed: 4/5
Constructed: 4/5
Casual: 4/5
Raid: 3/5
Warden Ravella (alliance)

3 Cost Ally- Night Elf Warrior, 2 ATK (melee), 3 Health

Protector, Untargetable

Here, we have a double edged sword card. 2/3 Protector, Untargetable. OK, so she isn't going to be randomly fireballed to death, but then, you also can't heal her. On the whole, I like this card. Her ATK and Health are about normal for 3 cost, and Protector is always a good thing to have. In the long run, the Untargetable will be more to your benefit than not.

Limited: 4/5 Here, she may be pretty useful, as you might not end up with alot of cards that you would want to hit your allies with.

Constructed: 3/5 You can find better 3 cost cards, or better protectors, but she is still solid.

Casual: 3/5 Not much difference from Constructed.

Raid: 2/5 There are other cards I'd put in her place here.
W.A.Y.S. Warden Ravella:

Warden Ravella is an mediocre card at best. Given the choice between her and Parvink I would go with Parvink every time. Unless you wanted to run Ravella and Parvink in the same deck, but I don't see why you would. Sure she has 1 more health than Parvink, but that won't make much of a difference in my oppinion. Her secondary effect of untargetable on a protector doesn't really help all that much if you think about it. Most times when your protecting your defending against something with either more than 2 health, more than 3 attack, or both. In all situations Ravella wouldn't be much better than other smaller allies with protector. Don't use Ravella. Use another cheaper sponge or more useful sponge like Parvink.

Sealed: 1.5 out of 5 - Only if you have to use her.

Constructed: 1 out of 5 - There are better allies out there.

Casual: 1 out of 5 - Same as constructed.

Raid: 1 out of 5 - Dragon food!

A goony goo goo!
- W.A.Y.S.

Warden Ravella

Cost 3

Alliance ally Night Elf Warrior

Protector, Unmarketable



I freaking hate unmarketable…   There I said it I know all you guys who sported unmarketable hunter decks at your regionals think you’re smart but your not, I understand the key words and all of them make sense except for unmarketable and I’m taking this opportunity to make a little rant on the subject.


Stealth, Protector, Long Range, Fierce Elusive, all have a role to play in the game and all have ways around them, really the only way you fight an unmarketable rush is with another one and then it usually comes down to who got the better draw or who went first. Unmarketable renders about 60% of the abilities useless against them and that’s a little excessive. And I ask myself every day why they didn’t make an ally who counters this effect. There are ways around fierce and long range is so over costed that it’s virtually useless, protector has a function and stealth is supported by both factions. Then we have the alliance sporting unmarketable and the horde has no way around it. Why not have a guy called Spotter Jim an unallied goblin who removes unmarketable from an ally each turn. Oh and why oh why the horde didn’t get a single unmarketable ally is beyond me


OK back to the card now that my rant is over… your paying 3 for a 2/3 protector that cant be targeted that’s a great freaking deal at absolute worst your hitting your opponent for 2 every turn with almost no consequence and at best your stopping something big from hitting you.


Sealed (4): Great pull but in this format I would rather something with some meat and a little more attack.

Constructed (5): I don’t like her but she is effective at what she does.

Casual (1): There is a special place in hell for those of you who use unmarketable in casual format and it’s not a good place LOL.

Raid (4): Not being able to directly kill her is nice but the dragon has other options for AOE.

Lazy Peon (5): and so we enter the age of unmarketable in lazy peon format with the removal of almost all the AOE from this format unmarketable have free rein over the field.


By: Paschendale




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