Today’s Team: Bonepants
B/B Lifelike Mechanical Toad (Tongue Lash, Cleansing Rain, Frog Kiss)
H/H Scourged Whelpling (Tail Swipe, Call Darkness, Dreadful Breath)
P/P Mechanical Axebeak (Peck, Haywire, Decoy)
I was playing around with some ideas for new teams when I ran into a few clonedance teams, yuck. Someone is out to get their easy and thoughtless ten wins for the week. I had to go back to the Lifelike Mechanical Toad. It’s a great counter for the classic Jademist Dancer, Blighthawk and Emperor Crab team. The mech toad has a critter attack for the Blighthawk, a ramping aquatic attack for the Jademist Dancer and it doesn’t take strong damage from Cyclone like an aquatic toad. I brought along the Mechanical Axebeak for Peck and I chose the Scourged Whelpling for Dreadful Breath and Call Darkness.
Winning from a Frog Kiss polymorph proc is sort of pathetic, I hope it doesn’t come to that.
The Opposing Team:
H/P Corefire Pup
H/P Lil’ KT
No clonedance, I was glad that I had a plan B in Dreadful Breath. It turns out that it wasn’t needed. The battle started as Gromloc versus my wanna-be mechanical bird. The bird won by using Decoy, Haywire then three Pecks (it took so much since the Gromloc healed itself). Lil’ KT came in and finished off my bird after it did some decent damage to the undead pet. It did enough damage that when I brought in the mech toad it only took one strong Tongue Lash to bring Lil’ KT to 0 health. Frog kiss procced on the undead round, then it procced again against the Corefire Pup, this time doing strong damage. A few more Frog Kisses was all that it took to take out the elemental. Two Frog Kiss procs, which means that I’m a horrible person. Not as horrible as the clonedancer. Naw, don’t take me too seriously, you know I’ve run that comp quite a few times myself. Facing it is tough, but that’s what mechanical toads were made for.
Note: I have a busy evening tomorrow so I probably won’t have time for the daily battle.