Letho of Gulet

Card Text

Deploy: If Spying, set own base Power to 1.
Deploy: Destroy Units adjacent to this one and Boost self by their Power.

Flavor

Witchers never die in their beds.

Crafting/Milling Costs

  • Craft: 800/1600 (Premium)
  • Mill: 200/200 (Premium)

Mechanics

  • Boost: Increase a Unit's current Power.
  • Deploy: Trigger this ability when the card is placed on the Board.
  • Destroy: Move the card to the Graveyard.
  • Spying: A Unit is Spying when it is on the opposite side of the Board from the player who played it.

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5 thoughts on “Letho of Gulet

  1. Gfishfunk
    October 1, 2017 at 2:05 am

    Still should strengthen instead of boost, with a regressing tag. Has pretty decent balance at the moment.

    Can be killed by a scorch effect, but can provide protection against hailstorm once a couple of units are really buffed. Works well in a spy deck. Can take out two high value cards and then get Menno-ed while providing spy synergy with bronzes.

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  2. Gfishfunk
    July 6, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    Needs some fixes for balance.

    Should be strengthen instead of boost,

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  3. Dasher3
    June 2, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    Can you explain how it works? He went on your side of the board and wiped out 35 power so his strength went up to 40 — doesn’t that 40 still count for you?

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    • Kki
      June 9, 2017 at 10:41 am

      You can use him for morkvarg, queensguard. Banishing them make your SK opponent cry 🙂 You can use him for resilient units. In these situations, Letho is a spy and his original value decreases to 1+banished units. He’s also boost your imperials due to the spy interaction.

      You can use him for saving your values. Weather effects, Gigni, villentretenmenth etc. In these situations, he keep his original 5 value+banished units. I usually add him to my NG deck due to the arrange of the tech posibilities.

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  4. Depco
    May 30, 2017 at 6:24 am

    Just had a guy pull this card on me and wiped out 35 points worth of cards. Completely turned the tide of the game to his favor. Seemed a bit overpowered, but I suppose these cards need to be in the game to keep people buying Kegs.

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