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    Cool Skervox - Practical Poison

    Hi this is my first post. I have played a lot of shadow it was a long time ago, but I barely deigned to participate in the forum.
    I have some interesting decks that I would like to share and that will help me improve them, if that is the case.
    This is a Skervox deck, which is proving handy for me. I think it is quite functional and has a good strategy:



    x4 Black Adder

    x4 Venomflame Archer

    x4 Eastroad Bandit

    x3 Cobra Demon

    x3 Krugal Butcher

    x2 Vull the Insatiable


    x4 Poison Arrow

    x3 Bounty Hunter

    x4 Surprise Attack

    x2 Acid Jet


    x2 Net Trap

    x3 Ricochet Trap

    x2 Soul Seeker

    In principle, it is very practical to have trap cards with few resources. This means that sue can attack first, by turn four, it is very likely that the Eastord Bandit, or Bounty Hunter has left. This deck is practical, since you don't have to spend many cards on resources, making the most of all the cards in it. The cherry on the cake, it is Vull the Insatiable, the poison will affect cards that reduce damage by 1.

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    Senior Member Veles's Avatar
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    I think you have too many cards that poison. Skervox's ability and only couple of those would be sufficient. For example I would cut Cobra Demon as it is weak card on its own and instead run something like Bobcat that can help you fight for board or pressure opponent. You also lack more reliable draw engine. Gambit is much better than Surprise Attack because it helps you kill enemy allies while drawing cards. Another good card draw option for Skevox is Wrath of the Forest. Because you do run traps I would suggest Krugal Trapper as well. Finally between Skervox ability and Poison Arrow, Net trap does very little for you. Better to run Camouflaged Foe that again helps you kill enemy allies and is also board presence.
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