5. Wings of the Sunscale
4. Ferocity Unleashed
I talked about this card a little in a Dragobites episode and highlighted the main ways you can use this card already, but I still have to give it a mention here. Seriously, who doesn’t like free stuff?
The great thing about Ferocity Unleashed is its versatility; decks with large amounts of low-cost creatures can use this to instantly fill their board with three dudes, and there are a great many powerful cost 3 or less creatures available already. The fear, of course, is hitting an additional copy of this card in your top three, but the benefit is well worth the risk.
Decks with a great number of spells can also use this to great effect, especially with new removals like Sudden Eruption and Supreme Brutality being so aggressively costed. A number of spells from Rally to War would also be great targets, like Hidden Arts, Water’s Edge Shuriken (if you have a board presence), Goblin-made Avalanche and Rejuvenate. In this respect, as more sets get released, the more powerful Ferocity Unleashed has the propensity to be.
3. The End of Tides
It’s big, it’s flashy, and it’s a mechanical kraken. Do I need to say anything else? 10/10 would play.
2. Hrist of the Infernal Blades
1. Necros, the Unending
In addition, Necros can return itself to your hand when he dies, granted only if he’s Dragocrossed with a black die. If you have multiple copies of Necros on the field, you’ll only be able to return one Necros to your hand at a time… unless you have Angelica, The Light of Logres sitting around with a black Dragocross on her somewhere on your field. This becomes a huge headache for your opponent; even if he sweeps your board with some form of removal, each copy of Necros returns to your hand for deployment in a later turn.