Greetings, dear Splinterlands players. I hope you are having a good few days with those daily rewards, waiting for the end of season rewards to arrive. A few days ago the Weekly Challenge was published and the Furious Chicken card is the protagonist, undoubtedly one of the best cards that exist in the whole wide world of Splinterlands, it was one of the first ones I received as a gift and until now I keep it. It is a card of common rarity, with the particular point of having no mana cost for its summoning, which makes it perfect for all types of combat. It is not known where it gets so much fury, but when it does, its attack power increases so much that anyone would be scared to have it very close. It is one of those cards favored by many players, so let's enjoy this release.
Furious Chicken le tenemos que reconocer como un Dios Splinter, entre los neutrales, eso le da la fantástica ventaja de poder ser utilizada es muchos combates al día, sin límites por su maná, ya que es nulo para su invocación. Aprovechamos esta gran ventaja para rellenar espacios en nuestra alineación de combate, tanto así para que nuestro oponente queme turnos y podamos obtener cierta ventaja al momento de atacarle nuevamente, aparte de eso, puede atacar cuando se hace enoja y se pone todo furioso, algo fascinante, ya que acostumbramos a mantener una muy buena ventaja al momento de mandar nuestros Splinters al ataque continuo. En el siguiente combate que hice en video gameplay, usando la aplicación del juego de Splinterlands, explico mi alineación, la estrategia utilizada y la ventaja que me dio esta carta en este combate en particular, espero lo disfruten.
Furious Chicken we have to recognize him as a Splinter God, among the neutrals, that gives him the fantastic advantage of being able to be used in many fights a day, without limits for his mana, since it is null for his summoning. We take advantage of this great advantage to fill spaces in our combat lineup, so much so that our opponent burns turns and we can get some advantage when attacking him again, apart from that, he can attack when he gets angry and gets all furious, something fascinating, since we are used to keep a very good advantage when sending our Splinters to the continuous attack. In the following combat that I made in video gameplay, using the Splinterlands game application, I explain my alignment, the strategy used and the advantage that this card gave me in this particular combat, I hope you enjoy it.