Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another unique Hearthstone post! I really enjoyed looking at custom cards before, and I’ve decided to make a second part to it. Now, let’s have a brawl!
Trixie, Gem Collector Type: Legendary Rogue Minion Mana Cost: 7 Attack: 3 Health: 3 Appearance: A cool dark elf with many thievery tools. Battlecry: Draw a Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary card. Created by Dragonicdoom
This card is absolutely insane! The amount of value you can get out of it is staggering. I also love the fact that it can be either a spell or minion that you draw. It might have to be weakened if made into a real card though.
Electrobeak Owl Type: Rare Hunter Minion Tribe: Mech Mana Cost: 5 Attack: 3 Health: 3 Appearance: A robotic owl with electrifying wings. Created by DollmasterDoritos Battlecry: Silence a minion. If it was a Mech, also gain its Magnetic upgrades.
This is Ironbeak Owl on steroids, and I freaking love it! I’ve always wanted a card that can steal your opponent’s upgrades. It might need to cost more if it’s ever made into the game through.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another TV Tropes post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome trivia. Now, let’s begin!
Evil Genius: One of the most popular tropes ever created. It deals with a malicious person with a very high intellect. They can be anyone, ranging from scientists, to lowly crooks. Some examples include; Johan Liebert from the Anime/Manga Monster. He’s extremely smart, and is also a highly dangerous serial killer. Next, we have The Riddler from the Batman Series. He wears a very extravagant outfit and loves to trick Bruce Wayne. Lastly, we have the German terrorist from Die Hard, Hans Gruber. He’s the big cheese that developed the plan to take over Nakatomi Tower.
(Hans Gruber played by the late and great Alan Rickman)
Nutritional Nightmare: A trope that’s used in made comedies. It deals with a food that’s so unhealthy, that death could occur upon consumption. Some examples include; Deep fried butter, Double Dew from South Park (It’s Mountain Dew with 2X the caffeine), and when Homer forces Bart to add butter to his bacon.
Hello fellow gamers, and welcome to an old topic! I loved critiquing bad video game art in the past, and decided to give it another go. Now, let’s facepalm and cringe at some true garbage!
Brawl Brothers for the SNES Genre: Beat em’ Up (1992) Plot: The sequel to Rushing Beat that has players beating up hordes of bad guys. Publisher: Jaleco
I always have loved Beat em’ Ups, and find them to be mindless fun. This specific game was heavily praised by critics for its graphics and fluid gameplay. Unfortunately the cover is complete crap! We get this “ultra-cool” beefcake guy breaking out of a brick wall. His face is contorted like he’s constipated, and his nose is bulbous and phallic. If the artists had taken more time on this piece, it could be pretty to look at, but as of now, it’s trash!
Art of Fighting for the Sega Mega Drive (1992) Creator: SNK Genre: Fighting Description The first game of the Art of Fighting trilogy that pits players against each other, and mixes up the game with some desperation attacks.
Ugh! This series of fighting games are very clunky, and many of the characters are extremely overpowered. However, it is also famous for starting the “super attacks” in many of the popular fighters of today. The artwork for this game is all over the place, with some parts being awesome, and others being disturbing. Most of the work looks like a cheesy 80’s action film with bell-bottom jeans, a bright orange karate gis. Then, we get to the faces, and all hell breaks loose! Robert Garcia’s face is pseudo-realistic which really blurs the line, and makes the viewer feel uncomfortable. Then, we get to Ryo, who has a giant leg, and appears to be kicking a goon right in the face. The goon is the best part of the piece, and his face is contorted into pure exaggerated pain.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Oreon (The Good Cookie Pokemon) #243 Fairy/Dark Type Ability: Super Luck (Critical hits have a higher chance of appearing) Ht: 3’03” Wt: 59.5 lbs Appearance: Some sort of quadruped beast with an Oreo body. Gender Ratio: 87.5% Male/ 12.5% Female Base Stats: HP: 95, Attack: 60, Defense: 65, Sp.Atk: 130, Sp. Def: 65, Speed: 110 Base Stat Total 525 (Highest Base Special Attack Stats of all non-legendary Fairy and Dark types) Immune to Dragon and Psychic and Weak to Poison, Fairy, and Steel
Entry: These Pokemon started coming out of strange yellow wings in islands and spread out due to humans.
Oburonyxo (The Monarch Pokemon) #157 Rock/Fairy Type Ability: Solid Rock (Powers down Super Effective Moves) Evolves from Sylvuin at Level 36 and the final form of Faerlock Appearance: A fearsome purple serpent coming out of a rock. Gender Ratio: 87.5 Male/ 12.5% Female Ht: 7’10” Wt: 417.8 lbs Base Stats: HP: 80, Attack: 70, Defense: 100, Sp. Atk: 90, Sp. Def: 125, Speed: 60 Base Stat Total 525 ( Highest base Special Defense of all Rock and Fairy Types) Immune to Dragon and Weak to Ground,Grass, Water, and Steel (4x weak)
Entry: Fairy Pokemon idolize them for their gallant nature. Their magic is strong enough to demolish a tank.
Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! The newest expansion came out yesterday, and with it, a buttload of amazing cards. Now that I’ve been experimenting with many decks, I’m ready to make a part 2 to the original post. Now, let’s brawl!
Scarlet WebweaverType: Hunter Epic Tribe: Beast Mana Cost 6 Attack: 5 Health: 5 Effect: Battlecry: Reduce the cost of a random Beast in your hand by (5).
An absolutely fantastic card to use in any beast deck. The reduced cost is incredibly powerful, and you can get a Tunneling Rhino out for 0 mana.
Puzzle Box of Yogg-Saron Type: Mage Epic Spell Effect: Cast 10 random spells (targets chosen randomly).
Another wonderfully random card, that embodies the spirit of one of the best legendary cards ever made. This card can make or break a game, but it’s fun as hell to play regardless.
Hello fellow pop culture enthusiasts! It’s time for another tropes post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome pop cultural trivia! Now, let’s begin!
Power Creep: A trope that’s highly popular in video games, especially the card variety. It occurs when new content in a game completely trumps the old content. This can be done by adding a new upgrade to an old card, weapon, or other object. Some examples include; Magma Rager from Hearthstone. This card used to be played a lot because of its high attack for low cost. Unfortunately, after Ice Rager was made, the card became completely useless. Next, we have Kartana from the Pokemon series. It is one of the fastest and strongest Pokemon out there, however, its Special Defense is really lacking, and it can be taken out easily by Special Attackers. Lastly, we have Zoodiacs from Yu-Gi-Oh! This archetype was so broken upon release that many tournaments refused to have players use decks based upon them.
Mid NSFW Warning On This One! Marshmallow Hell: This is a heavily used trope in many Ecchi Anime and Hentai. It occurs when a character is suffocated between a taller girl’s massive “tracts of land”. Some examples include; Irina suffocating Nagisa in Assassination Classroom, Litchi suffocating multiple characters in Blazblue, and Angel’s reverse motorboat from King of Fighters XIV.
Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for the second look at the new expansion. Some absolutely insane cards have been released, and the expansion keeps looking better and better. Now, let’s have ourselves a friendly brawl!
King Phaoris Type: Legendary Neutral Minion Mana Cost: 10 Appearance: The ancient king of cats. Attack: 5 Health: 5 Effect: Battlecry: For each spell in your hand, summon a random minion of the same cost.
This is a card that I incredibly excited for. I’ve said on multiple occasions that I love the randomness of cards, and this one fits that to a T! The amount of value you can get out of this is ridiculous, and running a spell-heavy deck will get you very far with this card.
Siamat Type: Legendary Neutral Minion Tribe: Elemental Mana Cost: 7 Appearance: A powerful and epic genie. Attack: 6 Health: 6 Effect: Battlecry: Gain 2 of Rush, Taunt, Divine Shield, or Windfury (your choice).
Another amazing legendary card that has multiple uses. First, you can use it to stall out your opponent by creating a huge wall. Second, you can create an aggressive attacker that can do heavy damage. I can imagine many decks built around this fantastic card.