Traveling through Azmare in search of the Giant Squid - Battle Weekly Challenge
Welcome summoner to another Battle Weekly challenge. this time we will sail towards an adventure. We are going to discover the strange creatures that live at the bottom of the ocean. It will be a short but dangerous journey, you never know what can be found, today we will look for the Giant Squid.
Giant Squid, one of the new monsters that were added in the Untamed edition. it is a ranged attack card, it is slow, but it has enough capacity to defend you in battle. It is not very difficult to find it. You just have to know how to follow the trail of corrosive ink, but do not let it catch you. He would just play with you until he kills you and then eats you.
If you ask me, the blue deck is the most complete. It didn't take me long to reach that conclusion, in fact it was my first deck to go up to level 3. He has all the skills to win a battle easily this is because most of his skills are magic. However, the secrets of the ocean do not hide only magical creatures, there are also monsters that know how to use the strength of their titanic bodies. Monsters even bigger than the Giant Squid.
BORTUS The Tortosian Vs The oldest ALRIC STORMBRINGER
Link of the Battle Clic Here
After sailing the ocean, it finally happened. We found the Giant Squid in its wild state, It seemed like a difficult task to complete, but it all ended satisfactorily. Not without first having a battle of epic proportions. What is more dangerous than the creatures of the ocean? I'm going to answer you, Two summoners who have tamed such creatures and use them to their advantage. The battle in the water is going to start. The rules were clear: Keep your distance.
When the Keep Distance rule is activated, you cannot use creatures with melee attack. But the blue deck has monsters with other abilities, as I mentioned before. One summoner increases magic attack and the other reduces it. You see why I told you it was a battle of epic proportions? Rival summons by nature, however the heroes' abilities were not allowed in this battle.
My strategy was based on concentrating the entire attack on the first position. That's why I don't have any creatures with the snipe ability, that would have affected my game. Giant Squid serves as a defender from the rear, It is a slow squid, but it has enough health and shield points. However, I had a better creature stored for that position. The Water Elemental is the most suitable to occupy that place. But leave the Giant Squid as a safeguard.
To protect myself from my opponent's magical abilities, the best option will always be Prismatic Energy. a neutral creature with the power to reflect magic. My tank was in position accompanied by the CRUSTACEAN KING, whose ability is nothing more and nothing less than to heal the tank. the vanguard position was ready.
For the strong attack use two of the most powerful legendary cards I know. Rules of the Seas and SPIRIT MINER. The first with the Blast ability, so it could deal great damage to the enemy tank, weakening its second position. and the second with the Dodge and Switfness skill. One serves to increase the ability to evade attacks (except magic) the other increases the speed of all creatures. In other words, my Giant Squid was now a more complete, faster creature for battle. The enemy would have no chance against me.