1, Flip Gorebelly
>> You pay 3 less the next time you strike with a
Melee weapon on this turn.
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Date Reviewed - 11.13.06
Level 60, Human Fire Mage
Get In My Belly!
30 Health and a power that makes it 2 resources
cheaper to swing your weapon (one time).
That sounds decent, so let’s look at his support
Warrior Abilities… Gorebelly loses access to Last
Stand, but is able to use Mortal Strike.
Battle Shout, Rend, and SUNDER ARMOR - all very
nice and cost effective. The other warrior
abilities are only so-so, but pretty cheap. He only
has one ability (Charge) which lets him draw
Personally, I like Horde allies better than Alliance
(in general). And, warriors get access to a lot of
nice weapons and armor.
here is that any 6 boosters will NOT have enough
abilities to make your hero a shoe in, but the
warrior will be more attractive due to his array of
weapons and armor.)
Raid: 2.50 (ok – I haven’t even read the raid
rules yet, but Warriors keep aggro off of their
allies and soak up damage. In the card game, this
means Protector. So you’re going to need rely on
your ability cards since the Warrior doesn’t have
Pleasant days and pleasant nights.
Level 60 Human Fire Mage
1, Flip Gorebelly: You pay 3 less the next time you
strike with a melee weapon this turn.
Gorebelly's the Arms hero, meaning he can use Mortal
Strike, a rather nice card. I like it better than
the Protection warrior card at least, due to its
ease of use...In any case, I think Gorebelly makes
out a lot better than Warrax, simply due to the
environment of cards Horde has. Alliance is pretty
big on Protector, while Horde has notably fewer,
allowing Gorebelly to make use of a lot of the
'glass jaw' hordeites out there. Plus, he has Rak
His ability combos well with the aformentioned Rak,
use it, strike for 3 less (for a net reduction of
2), and then play Rak to repeat (though paying full
Strike this time). Of the two warriors, I like him
better due both to his Talent ability and the ally
pool the Horde has access to.
Gorebelly can go for the throat, combined with cheap
allies like Kagra and Bragg, with a 'no mercy'
approach. Be sure to put in enough weapons and
armor, the one drawback to Warriors is they need
more of it than anyone else.
A stark contrast...the flip side to being able to
use all those weapons and equipment is you really
need them to make him work...
At least in Draft you can probably get him a good
axe or somesuch.
Ahh the better of
the two warriors in my opinion. Gorebelly allows you
to reduce your weapon strike by 3 the next time you
strike with a melee weapon this turn. This has some
great potential with things like Annihilator, Wraith
Scythe, Truesilver champion, The Cruel Hand Of Timmy
and Brain Hacker. All are decent weapons, depends on
the way you want to go but could make one of your
turns huge. I like all those options with this guy.
I'm still not overly happy with the draw warriors
seem to have, but I do have hope it gets better in
upcoming releases. I really think warriors could be
strong decks if you can find the right combo with
Hello people , welcome to the second week of heroes
starting with the Orc warrior Gorebelly.
With the flip that i consider to be the most useless
of , you can save two resources if you attack with
your hero. This could be useful early , if it wasn't
for the fact that you probably don't want to attack
with your hero early since you have better things to
Beign arms allows him to play Mortal strike , a
decent card in my opinion.
Standing on his 30 HPs , gorebelly is a decent hero
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