A new Rare Death Knight Spell, Blood Tap, has been revealed!
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Well, I guess that makes the Nerubian triplet make way more sense.
I guess Blood DK is just a WArrior ripoff then
I tried having fun once.
It was awful.
Hmm. It seems Blood DK will probably be split into 2 different archetypes: Control DK and Handbuff/midrange DK. I guess this seems decent, but handbuff Blood DK might need some help with getting corpses, so maybe they slot in a unholy rune. Especially because unholy DK has Nerubian Swarmguard and Malignant Horror, which function well with handbuffs.
Honestly this Handbuff DK seems like Handbuff Warrior 2.0, which is very dissapointing. I hope the 3 rune Blood DK cards aren't handbuff cards...
RNG is only fun as long as there is a 50/50 chance of getting something really good or trash level of bad. If RNG always results in something good, then it's not fun.
Getting 3 corpses in time to play both Malignant Horror or Nerubian Swarmguard may be difficult, plus the 2 mana investment means you're likely to skip that turn. And unlike in rush warrior, DK doesn't seem to have anything that helps with coming from behind.
But I've seen handbuff cards work before, despite their costs, so Im not going to dismiss this entirely for now. I'd just say that Chum Bucket in murlock was the most powerful card in that deck and that deck is currently unplayable.
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