Melancholy Temptress ~ Anti or Pro Water Deck ?~


Summary: Tricky card to use.  Not sure if we’ll see much of use, but perhaps experienced players maybe able to do something fancy with this card.

Race – Undead
Affiliation – Church of Parmus


– All creatures adjacent to Melancholy Temptress cannot be targeted by spell.
– When this creature is placed in the graveyard, the player moves a creature on a water field to the field Melancholy Temptress was. 

(A) N (C) N (B) S 

Comment: Tricky card to use, but proper use have potential as a good anti-Water deck as well as may widen your own Water deck strategy.  The only problem here is that I still have not see a card that makes Uni-elemental deck to become competitive to the point where we need metagames.


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by drizzle on October 5, 2008 at 8:43 am

    for 2 mana you can place this on a fire field and move anifisa from her plac of possession to the fire field doing 4 damage and removing the possession. I see this more as a suicide card then a wait til it dies card, if it’s going to be much use.


  2. Posted by Real Gambler on October 5, 2008 at 10:10 am

    Not bad either in an undead deck… Feed the graveyard, and move any ennemy creature out of position (screwing strategy sometime) for two mana. Or instant kill for those pesky dodgers like Aluhja Priestess, Harpoonsman, Cloudrunners which may be even more popular since there’s lot’s of anti magic creatures and spells showing up.


  3. Posted by Paydak on October 7, 2008 at 8:32 pm

    I’m with drizzle on this one. This is instant death to a lot of water creatures when placed on a fire field, including dodgers. Possibly too narrow to see competitive use, but it’s mana cheap enough so as not to be totally useless if your opponent isn’t water heavy.


  4. Posted by Fongy on October 9, 2008 at 10:04 am

    I think this is really useful, good to have in your hand… and if you don’t find the need to use it, a good one to sacrifice for a holy feast! A good card to start with – field #8…


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