Splinterlands | Coral Wraith Challenge
The Coral Wraith is a card I only have a single copy of and I can't recall ever using it. There are already around 300 different cards in the game and it is nearly impossible to have and use all of them. The Coral Wraith never really made my cut mainly because of the low health which leaves itself really vulnerable to reflect damage and the opportunity ability especially since it costs 4 mana. I did for the first time try this card out with my alt account...
This was yet another match where it shows how the extreme pay2win factor is making Splinterlands from a gameplay perspective a complete joke. I didn't even try in my line-up making a major mistake selecting the Spineback Turtle with Armor which got destroyed by the game rules. The Legendary Ruler Of The Seas remains a must-include in pretty much every Water Summoner Deck as it can win games on its own. I made another sub-optimal choice with the Coral Wraith since I forced it into the line-up and tried to protect against possible sneak damage with the Furious Chicken in the back.
My opponent only having level 1 cards gave him no chance pretty much no matter what I would have played. The Coral Wraith did however do a good job providing some sneak damage to his Water Elemental.
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