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Urchin Mid

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Reached Masters and was slotted in at rank 21 on 8/6:

Some techs:

With how aggressive the meta is right now, Vara is just too slow/vulnerable for her cost. So Saber-Tooth Prideleader takes her spot as your main stabilizing tool against aggro.

Some copies of Xenan Obelisk feel mandatory with a card as fantastic as Street Urchin.

Flex slots you could adjust based on your pocket of the meta:
Nullblades (pressure on unitless, reanimator, aegis)
Ayan (Skycraggro, stonescar aggro, yetis)
Banish (Stonescar mid)
Suffocate (aggro etc)


Shiftstone Cost
Does not include campaign cost

Premium Cost

Influence Requirements
2 5

Power Sources
20 22 16

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Deck Rarities
12 20 21 21

Card Types
27 5 16 6 26

Contains Cards From Campaigns
Into Shadow [Set1004]
Homecoming [Set1005]
Trials of Grodov [Set1006]


August 8, 2019

August 1, 2019


Eternal Version
v1.46 - Dark Frontier

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Revisions (Since last major patch) August 8, 2019


Firme420 Eternal Version: 1.46 I
Ive never played urchin, and its never been more then "cute" on the other side of the field, is it good?
SasquatchBrah Edited Eternal Version: 1.46 I
It can be pretty 'cute' at times if your hand has other things to be playing on turn 3. But there are plenty of times where you don't have a 3 drop in your starter hand and it's great. Late game it's fantastic topdeck for grinding your opponent down and you can even do hilarious things like stealing the opponent's destiny/revenge units off the top of their deck.

It is a high skill card; knowing when to trigger it is important. For instance you can also pay attention to what the opponent is scouting before you activate it to steal their good topdecks (although this mind game is unlikely to work on a prepared opponent e.g. tournament setting).