By Kitty · Official · 09/2020Back to releases
On the 1st of September, a small balance patch will buff 12 different cards (mainly neutral). Nothing too groundbreaking but it will hopefully show some love to some under-appreciated cards. Without further ado, allow me to disclose the list of changes.
Emerald Towers now have 4/5/6/7/8 strength (instead of 3/4/4/5/6).
Bladestorm’s ability now deals 1/2/2-3/3/4 damage (instead of 1/1-2/2/2-3/3), making it more compelling at level 5.
Flooding the Gates now costs 4 mana (instead of 5). It is unclear whether that will increase the popularity of this card at all however.
Unhealthy Hysteria now costs 3 mana (instead of 2) and its ability now targets a unit with at most 4/5/6/7/8 strength.
Hunter’s Vengeance now costs 2 mana at every level (instead of 3 at level 1 to 3) and its ability now deals 2/3/4/5/6 damage (instead of 2/3/4/4/5 damage).
Crazy Bombers now cost 8 mana (instead of 9) and have 6/7/9/11/13 strength (instead of 7/8/10/12/15). This might mean this card gets to be used outside of mana ramp decks.
Harvesters of Souls now cost 5 mana (instead of 6). Hopefully a way to make this interesting community-designed card more prominent in the meta.
Terrific Slayers now have 2/3/4/5/6 strength (instead of 1/2/3/4/5).
Dangerous Suitors now cost 6 mana (instead of 7) and has 4/5/6/8/10 strength (instead of 5/7/7/10/10).
Unstable Build now has 5/6/7/8/9 strength (instead of 4/5/6/7/8), which essentially grants it an extra turn at levels 1, 3 and 5 (provided it does not receive other damage).
Fortification Tonic now costs 2 mana at every level (instead of 3 at level 1 to 3) and its ability now grants 2/3/4/5/6 strength (instead of 2/3/4/4/5).
Underground Spring now has 4/5/7/8/10 strength (instead of 4/5/6/7/8), and its ability is 1/1-2/1-2/2/2 (instead of 1 at every level).