Draw 2 cards. Keep 1 and discard the rest.
Skellige must have a strong king. No matter what it takes.
I’m new to, and I opened her to disappointment at first. Couple things to keep in mind that made me realize she’s awesome. In King Bran decks (faction leader) you want to be discarding Queensguards and other resurrection targets. So usually the discard can be a positive. Next, the game has very very little draw so drawing and deck thinning is really powerful, especially as a last resort on a dry round 3 (can let you grab that key scorch or rez to get 18 power on your side). Third, with SK’s faction ability making everyone bigger per round, you want to be going into round 3 as much as possible. This means there’s usually a “throw” round, one you were already going to lose anyway and are just trying to burn your opponents cards and keep them on the defensive. Right before you lose you drop her, get card advantage and go into R3 ahead.
Hope this helped!
I can see that the card is really well rated, anyone care to explain? (new player here)
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