Figure of Destiny

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nekron(09.05.2018 20:14)

That is true, but it has very big problem, it is super allergic to all removal and after investing 5 mana to 4/4 only to trade it for bolt/path.

hugo87(21.05.2015 01:13)

This card is underplayed in modern in my opinion. So good in the early and also in the late game.

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