Now that the rules wiki has been updated with the new skills of Tanglebrook, you may have noticed that there's still one tribe that we haven't previewed: The Haidar lions.
That's because the Haidar don't have a special skill. Instead, they get bonuses from the easiest-to-play cards in the game: Havens!
Art by Negger
Pownsi has some good stats, but he's expensive to play. That is, unless you control five or more Home Havens. Then he's completely inexpensive to play -- better than an Endowed Equine in almost every way!
Five Home Havens may feel like a lot. But the Haidar have come prepared!
Art by Kadath
What's better than knowing what your next card draw is going to be? Putting it into play for free!
If the Haidar Scout finds a Home Haven (Moorlands, Forests, Heights, or Outskirts), then it's automatically in play!
What could be better than dropping cards into play from your deck for free? Dropping cards from your hand into play for free, too!
Art by Blackteagan
Remember Lion's Den from 2nd Vanilla? It's about to get a lot more powerful!
Aggressively overpower your opponents with the Haidar lions!
Tribes of Tanglebrook will be available June 15th! Preorder now!
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|awsome1 on Jul 2nd, 2012 @ 03:18 PM|
lions den, all lions shall be mine :P
Schmuck_Noir on Jun 7th, 2012 @ 07:05 AM
Normally I'd question Pownsi's decision to pounce on a dragon, but he looks like he knows what he's doing. Or if he isn't he will very soon lol.
Also, love the anatomy on the Haidar Scout. Awesome.
Moriarty on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 01:30 PM
Its nice to see a reprint of The Lion's Den. (although it always makes me think of the national chain of adult materials)
The Scout continues the Male theme of GP control.
HuskyRedz on Jun 5th, 2012 @ 03:12 AM
With the lions knowing the lay of the land. I can't wait to see more haven heavy decks.