If you’re having one of those days where
nothing is going right, people are working
your nerves, and you’ve been stuck in
traffic all day then here’s the perfect card
to help ease your frustration. Vorg’s
Engine is unbelievably ruthless and packs a
very serious punch during the early stages
of the game. The stats say it all:
Silent Skill: Destroy all creatures that
have power 2000 or less.
I need to first start off by saying that
this card is incredible! It’s a rare sight
to see a 2000 power creature with a cost of
2 mana AND have such an overpowered effect.
The power to mana ratio is fabulous, which
means that this creature can definitely hold
its own and break some shields at the start
of a game. It’s also wonderful because you
summon it on turn 2, on turn 3 you attack,
and on turn 4 you blow everything up!
Emeral, Aqua Hulcus, Bronze Arm Tribe,
Essence Elf, etc. will not stand a chance.
So how could this creature get any better?
Read the flavor text… “The world’s first
external combustion engine.” Haha! This
card is over the top.
Naturally, there are some downsides to this
creature… First of all, it destroys
itself. But does it really matter? After
all, you just leveled the field! The second
downside is when your opponent powers up
their creatures with cards such as Pala
Olesis. In such cases bring cards such as
Comet Missile, Spastic Missile, or even
Spiral Gate. The fact that this creature’s
ability is a Silent Skill might also deter
some players, since it gives your opponent 2
turns to react. However, it comes out early
enough to cause some trouble for them.
It’s like playing a burst shot on turn 4!
Creatures that boost power will make Vorg’s
Engine useless. Consider bringing some
Vorg’s engine will not help you make
4.5/5 – It’s only 2 mana for such an
ability! I can’t give it a perfect score
because Palas and Barkwhips are so popular.
4/5 – You’ll more than likely take out some
of your own creatures with this effect but
you can nevertheless take out some shields
I hope you enjoyed the review
- DRY 1337