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Dream Card Agro, the Warrior Savage

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Dream Card "Agro, the Warrior Savage"
by straightedgef  for Duel Masters
Agro, the Warrior Savage
Agro, the Warrior Savage
This card is put into your mana zone tapped.
Whenever this attacks, search your deck. You may take a creature from your deck that has human or beast folk in its race, show that creature to your opponent and put it into your hand. Shuffle your deck afterwards.
This creature can attack untapped creatures.

He's bringing friends to the party? He himself wasn't invited! -Emperor Quazla


  • Rarity: Rare
  • Type: Creature
  • Race: Humanoid/Beast Folk
  • Power: 3000
  • Mana Number: 1
  • Cost: 3
  • Civilization: Fire/Nature
  • Artist: Straightedgef
 
[Modified on August 31, 2013 12:40 am]
 
Comment from the author:
Use it in a human/beast folk deck. You can take an evolution out of the deck with the ability and evolve it the next turn!
 

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straightedgef
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Subject: Deck strategy   Posted: May 18, 2013 08:31 am

Perfect for both rush and assault type decks. More effective with Vreemah, Barkwhip etc.
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Subject:    Posted: June 23, 2013 05:28 am

Gonta is 2 mana, 4000. If Agro had no abilities, it would have been 5000. Since it can attack untapped creatures, it has 1000 reduced from that, which is the normal amount for the ability, check Cavalry General Curatops for reference. And it can extract a human/beast folk from the deck on attacking, an ability which reduces another 1000, check Cavern Raider for reference. So the power, cost and ability are perfectly balanced by TCG standards. I'm surprised you think it's overpowered Mcwolf.
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