May 5, 2015

Team Name: Convenience Or Death
S/S Fiendish Imp (Burn, Immolation, Nether Gate)
P/P Sen’Jin Fetish (Flame Breath, Wild Magic, Sear Magic)
P/S Red Cricket (Skitter, Swarm, Nature’s Touch)

Rationale:
I’ve been wanting to use the Red Cricket more (I only got within the past few months!) but I’m not feeling too creative. You can¬†pretty much put any pet with the imp and mask and have a good chance at success, so here I am again. ¬†The cricket shouldn’t be an exception to this success: it’s a decent fit, providing some coverage against the all too common undead. The plan is to cast Immolation, then swap out to either the mask or the cricket to apply Wild Magic or Swarm. My first battle was a victory against a decent team of basilisk, adder and valk, which was surely a good start.

Concerns:
This team has very low health.

The Opposing Team:
H/P Teroclaw Hatchling
H/P Teroclaw Hatchling
P/B Nexus Whelpling

The Battle:
050515AUgh. When I saw the opposing team my dropped a bit. Two Teroclaw Hatchlings, that’s just mean. It wasn’t mean enough because I managed to win. I won so easily, in fact, that I didn’t even get to try out my cricket; the imp and the mask were enough. I started by forcing out the Nexus Whelpling after getting Immolation going. When the first Teroclaw Hatchling came in I swapped the Sen’jin Fetish, which then stole the show. The reason it was so effective against the two Teroclaw Hatchlings was becasue of the Wild Magic and DoT combo. My opponent would try to back line the birds to heal, but when Flame Breath ticks were doing 148 damage compared with the 117 healing it wasn’t an effective strategy. If my opponent wouldn’t have swapped so much and just taken out the fetish I think they would have had a better chance. It only took nineteen rounds, what a pleasant surprise.

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