In a small training dojo, secluded in a far away mountain, a shin’hare sensei starts speaking to his latest recuit.
Oh, another pesky runt of the litter comes to show his worth? I’m not sure I have time to show you the ropes. Tell you what, go fetch me a pail of water from the well and then we’ll talk.
*Some time later*
Alright, we’ll start with the history of this dojo. Long ago, when Symeon, the Primal of Renewal graced us with the Feast of Abundance, I and some other plucky recruits crushed the Ardent alliance against insurmountable odds. A hop, jump, and a stab in the right place was all it took. Before you get to know the weaknesses of your enemy, you must first know your own weaknesses. Yours appears to be being too trusting *Knees runt in chest*. Now, pay attention. It is very easy to be distracted by a long monologue, especially with how much Ardent like the sound of their own voices. This is time you should spend plotting and planning your next move, not worrying how nonsensical your opponent’s thoughts are.
The secret of our victory lies in these scrolls – our unique abilities used in service of the Emperor:
For the Emperor!
Champion: Bunoshi the Ruthless
Troops (Total Count)
Actions (Total Count)
Artifacts/Constants (Total Count)
3x Wretched Brood
Resources (Total Count)
24x Blood Shard
Helm: Samurai Kabuto (Hop’hiro, Samurai)
In battle, we must make many sacrifices in service of Emperor Ito. Think not of your forces as allies and recognize that losses to the cause are perfectly acceptable. Buff up other troops using Wretched Brood, Disciple of Yazukan, Shroomshaw, Killiblades from Fertile Engorger and anything with a decoy counter on as sacrifice fodder. Remember that a sacrificed Engorger or Hop’hiro retains its counters and transformations, you can use this to your advantage.
Getting off successive Hop’hiro or Disciple hits will quickly get out of hand for your opponents — usually one hit with Hop’hiro after firing off something like Engorger will secure your victory. Consider shifting the Warlock’s power onto cards you want to force through such as Hop’hiro.
Trying to save on platinum?:
Consider these swap-outs: