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    [RS Seadog] Cantrip Logan

    Hero: Logan Stonebreaker (61 cards)

    Ally (12):
    4x Spitfire Hound
    4x Ravager Zealot
    4x Braxnorian Weaponsmith

    Ability (24):
    4x Valiant Defender
    4x Bad Santa
    4x Melt Down
    4x War Cry
    2x Battle Charge
    2x Smashing Blow
    1x Enrage
    1x Rampage
    2x Mettle of the Warrior

    Item (20):
    2x Smith Shop
    2x Crown of Ages
    4x Boooomerang
    4x Chaos Engine
    4x Pithing Spear
    4x Thriss Crucible

    Location (4):
    4x Ravenscrest: Valley of Secrets

    Deck Code: 1085975B

    This is a hybrid between Smith Shop Logan and Support Ter. The deck can be extremely powerful if you survive early game and setup the combo.

    There are 2 major draw engines: Chaos Engine and Ravenscrest: Valley of Secrets. Both works in a way that turns your cards into cantrips.

    It features the endgame combo of Boooomerang/Smith Shop/Mettle of the Warrior.

    Support abilities include Valiant Defender, War Cry and Battle Charge. All of them are warrior abilities which activate Mettle of the Warrior.

    Keeping up the draw is important in early game. Play a control approach and defend with your weapons. Try to sac every turn and build up your resources and draw engines. With the cost reduction of Ravenscrest: Valley of Secrets and Smith Shop, you can usually out-draw and out-tempo your opponent in late game.
    Last edited by seedog; 05-06-2021 at 07:40 AM.

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