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Hearthstone 5-Mana Minions

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This thread is for comments about our card descriptions for 5-mana minions.

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I don't think the Faceless Manipulator gets enough credit. I always have at least 1 of these in my deck. Whether I'm running an aggro or a control deck, this card helps me turn the tables 4 out of 5 times. They say it's a situational card, but the only 'situation' I've found that this card is pretty much useless is against a Murl Rush deck. Then it becomes too costly to use as there's rarely something worth copying. 

 

Situational situations situate.

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Lost a few games in Arena due to this miserable card! You ran out of cards in a fast pace. This card can just destroy your complete game! I just hate this card, and no I am not a noob in this game.

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Lost a few games in Arena due to this miserable card! You ran out of cards in a fast pace. This card can just destroy your complete game! I just hate this card, and no I am not a noob in this game.

Which card?

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Yeah Fel Reaver is a much maligned card, whenever a streamer, myself included, takes it in Arena, the chat immediately fills up with "what the hell?" "Fel Reaver so bad" etc.

 

The best testimony I can give to it, is that good Arena streamers, pick it, test it, and keep picking it, the card is good.

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@all: yes, you are right! it was fel reaver. I still think this card makes the game very unpredictable...I think in some situations it can be the deathpunsh for your oponent but in some setting this card can destroy everything... in every case it has an huge impact on the game. so in my opinion it is a little bit overrated.

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It says that Blingtron 3000 is a weak pick in constructed, which is understandable, but what if it was put into a good combo? I've been reading around, and I have only seen a few suggestions about this combo. I think it would be extremely effective in constructed if you received a weapon, AT LEAST one card, a 3/4 minion and a 5/5 minion all in one turn. Obviously, the Harrison Jones could be substituted for Acidic Swamp Ooze, but you would lose the card gain. Anyway, I just think that if there was at least some mention of this combo in the Blingtron 3000 card page, I think it may influence people into considering to use Blingtron 3000 sometimes.

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About Grim Patron. It still says it synergizes with Warsong Commander. Warsong Commander buffs minions with Charge. Grim Patron doesn't have charge.

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On the grim patron page it still says it's still synergising with warsong commander, but it got nerfed so the synergy is gone, just saying. :p 

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Hey, Just wanted to ask, if crazed worshipper good. I couldn't find it listed under 5 mana minions. I have one copy, should i be aiming for another?

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Hey, Just wanted to ask, if crazed worshipper good. I couldn't find it listed under 5 mana minions. I have one copy, should i be aiming for another?

It's a usable (at least) minion and should not be disenchanted. However, there are definitely more important cards to be crafted first.

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Anyfin Pally is back for more!

This little biter was played against me and my pirate warrior was slaughtered the next turn. I craved Finja, the Flying Star for a few days and then i had to craft it. Dusted some goldies and an Astral Communion and i was ready to go.  I always loved playing anyfin Pally and missed it a lot too.

Omg i love this card so much. It's stats are really not very important as it only has to kill the opponent for it's effect to kick in. Nobody says it has to live after that. It can be played at any time for it's stealthed and f.e. after you bumped your Ivory Knight into an Emperor Thaurissan and then finish it Finja, the Flying Star
2 of my 4 murlocs (2x warleader, 2x bluegill)  will be summoned. This gives good tempo at least and enables your anyfin cards at turn 10 to always be playable.

And then there is times when it doesnt die in its killing action resulting in it becoming stronger by the synergy with the summoned murlocs.

Fun fun fun and "very good" at least. It's my most  favorite HS-card i think...then again.. Anyfin Can Happen is probably the card that is most fun to play.

Anyone saying its stats are not good enough doesn't understand what this card 's capable of. This little badguy will mess you up :)

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