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Sarmoth

Opposing heroes and allies that can attack Sarmoth can attack only Sarmoth.

Card Number - 130

Card Rating:

Sealed: 3.5
Constructed: 4
Casual: 3.5
Raid: 3.66

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.


Date Reviewed - 01.12.0
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Joe
Sarmoth

Sarmoth is an excellent Warlock pet for one reason: Opponents HAVE to attack Sarmoth before anyone else. Sarmoth protects all your allies while the Warlock and his army destroy the opponent. This is a great ability, though I still hold a grudge against Sarmoth from one fateful night. 5 of my friends decided to take on Onyxia one night and I was elected to play as Onyxia since I know all the rules to the card game better than they do. Anyway, it was me against a Warrior, Shaman, Druid, Warlock, and Shadow Priest. At one point during stage two I had no hand(thanks to 4x Mias the Putrid in three of the decks, Shadowform + Mind Blast and Mind Spike, and Brain Hacker) and was facing down a Sarmoth on Steroids. When the raid threw Sarmoth a few good abilities(namely Power Word: Fortitude, 2x Mark of the Wild, and Primal Mending) every turn I HAD to attack a monstrous 5/14 beast that would heal 1 damage at the end of EVERY player's turn. After a few turns of topdecking(and going into Stage 3) I finally drew my ability that destroys all opposing abilities and equipment, then proceeded to rain doom upon their allies. In the end, I won, so things turned out all right, but I'll never forget how much of an advantage they had with Sarmoth.

Limited- 3.5/5- An ally that keeps your weak allies alive, niiice.
Constructed- 4/5- Solid.
Casual- 4/5
Raid- 4/5- Allies don't last long, but if you limit the dragon to topdecking and throw a monster Sarmoth her way, it's worth the investment.
 
Aganej2 Sarmoth

SARMOTH! SARMOTH! This guy sees play big time. He is known to be the greatest protector in the game. What's that? He doesn't have protector? Quite right, he doesn't but he's got something better. No matter what position this guy's in, he'll always redirect the attack. The sheer power in that alone is endless, and he's so tough that just one attack will rarely bring him down. Any additional power to this guy makes him broken (chasing a-me 01, healing, attack bonus, etc). A must use in any warlock deck.

sealed: 5/5 (the best protector)
constructed: 5/5 (need I say more?)
raid: 5/5 (will protect everybody for a good while)
 

Vince G
Sarmoth
Play Cost: 3
Ally - Voidwalker Demond // Pet (1)
1/5

Opposing heroes and allies that can attack Sarmoth an attack Sarmoth only.

My favorite Warlock pet. Sarmoth serves as a solid defense for a couple turns. His high defense protects and kills off low health weenies. The way I like to use this card is in combination with Leeroy Jenkins or Chromie.
Bring out a Sarmoth, and bring out a Leeroy in the same turn. It'll make up for Leeroy's 1 health. Usually, when Chromie is brought out, attacks are targeted torwards her to avoid the extra turn. But with Sarmoth on the field, they will have to overextend with abilities and attacks to get rid of the two.

In a raid deck, Sarmoth will last a little longer against Whelp tokens. Sarmoth has the potential to defend and kill up to 5 Whelps. Not bad right?

Sealed: 2/5
Constructed: 3/5 [ Stalls opponent ]
Casual: 3/5
Raid: 2/5
 

 

 


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