Wood Wing Dragon

Summary: The last of the four Ultrarare dragons.

Wood Wing Dragon


Race – Dragon
Affiliation – None


– This creature may be summoned only when there are more than 1 wood creature on the board.
– This creature’s attack is equal to the number of wood creatures in the player’s graveyard plus 5.
–  While this creature is on non-biolith field, all adjacent allied creatures will gain +2 health.
–  While this creature is on non-biolith field, whenever a creature turns, all adjacent enemy creatures will receive 1 magic attack. 

(A) N1/N2 (C)N (B) S


6 responses to this post.

  1. for me, it looks like the most useful one


  2. Posted by Xhawk on September 29, 2008 at 3:58 pm

    This one seems to have the weakest attack, but the +2 health for adjacent allies is very nice.


  3. Oh this one will be really cool in combination with treefoxes and elf archeress, nice.

    Thanks again for translating the cards.
    Can you maybe translate the new Dwarfs? Theres one ultrarare Dwarf that looks a bit like stonewingdwarf and a common card dwarf with a big hammer.


  4. @xhawk: weakest attack? well not if you play a wood deck, if you play this at the end of the game and you have like 10+ wood creatures on your graveyard, this thing will kick ass 😀


  5. Posted by Anonymous on September 29, 2008 at 4:36 pm

    All the dragons are awesome, but the Earth Wing Dragon is my favorite. I feel the Earth Wing Dragon is the strongest out of the bunch. My second favorite dragon is the biolith dragon.


  6. Posted by Iceberg on October 4, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    This is my favourite dragon if any card is rotated all adjacent enemies will receive 1 magic attack EACH plus the 2HP bonus to all adjacent allies this has to be one of the best cards in the series. Would work well with tree foxes, Bewitching Elf Archeress and Guardian Watchtower if aganist a single element 4 cards all rotated all ajacent enemies take 4 HP of damage.

    Hope the translation is correct can’t wait for set 3.


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