is 1-2 in CoRT.
Infection Reflection lost as Raselm the PE Archer, a NW in the Dungeon of the Stone.
Infection Reflection won as Krung in Mindtrick Manor as a ZW.
Infection Reflection lost as Mugglug in the Battle of the Stone as a S.
Infection Reflection won as Sneeks the Empath in the Fortune of Goblin Princess Kreeps.
If you were my opponent, I'd drop a couple of ranged units and chip away at your walls and watch you eat away your commons.
I think the Eater is best used as a "surprise drop" unit aka summoned into the middle of a fray with a couple of your 0 cost units as fuel just in case your opponent moves away. Hopefully you take out a couple of enemy commons in the process.
Then again, with the advanced metagame leaning towards building commons for magic and pumping out champions quickly, there may not be enough commons for the Eater to chow on.
I can't believe I just noticed this, but the wording on the eater bothers me. His ability states that at the end of the attack phase you smut destroy an adjacent common. Then it says that at the end of the attack phase you must discard the eater if no commons units are adjacent. Does that mean that after the eater "eats", he cans till be discarded is a second common was not adjacent? I've have been playing it where if he eats he stays, he doesn't eat he is discarded.
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Good to hear. That's what i figured but I didn't want a ton of my games to have been won due to a misinterpretation.