So I heard about this combo where you play as the Shaman class and you play Kel’Thuzad and then cast Reincarnate on him. Kelthy will resurrect any friendly minion who died at the end of each turn, where Reincarnate will “kill” a minion but bring it back to life. So since Kelthy technically died, he’ll be able to bring himself back to life, thereby giving you 2 Kel’Thuzads.
I’ve been messing with this combo and I’ve been able to sorta get it to work. The more I play, the more I’m able to bring about the right situation, but it’s sort of a one trick pony deck. Anyways, while I was waiting for the newest issue of IDW’s Transformers: Robots in Disguise, I decided to play a round to pass the time.
Here are the results…
…with plasticrack (news). Yeah, since Landon is a doof who is refusing to exist at this time, I’mma gonna do another toy post. But it’s something youse ah-nee-meh fans might like, so click on this here
I love Transformers… maybe a tad too much. The original cartoon had the “it” factor. Then came the horribly awful Japanese Headmasters (which I watched dubbed, hence the horrible-ness on top of the awful), after which was the pretty decent Masterforce and then the admittedly rather good Victory. Eventually we got Beast Wars, which I personally never cared for, but finally, we had Beast Machines, wherein I gave the “Beastie-verse” another try and it turned out, yeah, Beast Machines was pretty good. There are those who said Beast Machines was terrible, but they’re full of shit. Anyways, one of my favorite designs/characters in Beast Machines was Tankor. And after aboot 20 years, we’re finally getting a toy of him.