Element: NEUTRAL
Attack: MAGIC
TRIAGE - Heals the friendly back-line Monster that has taken the most damage.
DISPEL - When this monster hits an enemy, it clears all positive status effects on that enemy.
BLIND - All enemy Melee & Ranged attacks have an increased chance of missing their target.


Ruleset and line-up:

Armored Up - All Monsters have 2 Armor in addition to their normal Armor stat.
Target Practice - All Ranged and Magic attack Monsters have the Snipe ability.
Briar Patch - All Monsters have the Thorns ability.
Mana Cap of 38.
Available Splinters - Fire, Water, Life, and Death

My Team:

Summoner: Obsidian (+1 to all Magic damage)

1. Failed Summoner - No Damage Dealer with the Magic Reflect ability
2. Magi of Chaos - Melee Damage Dealer
3. Spirit Hoarder - Magic Dealer with the Triage ability
4. Regal Peryton - Magic Dealer with the Flying ability
5. Goblin Psychic - Magic Damage Dealer with the Tank Heal, Affliction and Silence abilities
6. Mycelic Slipspawn - Magic Dealer with the Taunt and Forcefield abilities


Going a magic team felt like the right choice with that extra free protection against melee and ranged because of the Armored Up ruleset. Other than that it is a pretty standard tank in the back with Triage in the team tactic.

Position 1 - Failed Summoner:

Great low mana tank card. Looks like it has no attack, but the Magic Reflect ability is powerful and in a briar patch ruleset it isn't exactly bad to not attack.

Position 2 - Magi of Chaos:

Decent magic damage but no special ability. Mostly good because it is a neutral card and has great versability.

Position 3 - Spirit Hoarder:

The Triage ability in combination with a tank in the back can be a gamechanger.

Position 4 - Regal Peryton:

High magic damage, buffs every monster on the team with 1 HP and also has the ability to heal the backline. Especially useful in a fight with Blast attacks involved.

Position 5 - Goblin Psychic:

Probably my favorite common Chaoslegion card, so many great abilities. Heals the tank, has a chance to let the opponent not heal the tank and reduces all magic damage.

Position 6 - Mycelic Slipspawn:

Great to use in the back, especially with a Spirit Hoarder or another Triage monster in the team.


Round 1:

Pretty good first round for me, the opponent didn't do enough damage to bring my Mycelic Slipspawn down, so it got healed by the Spirit Hoarders Triage.

Round 2:

This round the damage was too much for the Slipspawn, but my team took out two monsters so I would say it was decent trade.

Round 3:

Another opponent monster - the Soul Strangler - dies in this round and the Magic of Chaos is barely hanging on. Seems like this match is pretty much decided

Round 4:

Regal Peryton takes out the Magi of Chaos right away leading to a 5 vs 2 advantage.

Final Round:

Cursed Windeku manages to take out my Failed Summoner but dies soon after and so does the Magi Necrosi leading to my victory.


My tactic worked, the combination of Tank + Triage while at the same time reducing the magic damage with silence worked out well.

I like the Spirit Hoarder and not just because it is the first and only GFL I pulled out of a pack so far. Being neutral it can be used in almost every fight and the abilities are great for a 3 mana card.

The full battle can also be watched here

Thanks for reading and happy battling!


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