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    The Book of Bragg
    Champion of the Tundra Orcs-Reinforcements 1: Rukar's Power



    Few Tundra Orcs are as feared by their own kind as Bragg. It is not that he is the strongest of his people, but rather the least Orcy, and therefore he seems frightfully strange. Where most Orcs revel in their own strength, Bragg is content to rely upon his mastery of frost magic. But Bragg is welcome in any war party. He is immeasurably valuable to any Tundra Orc Summoner he serves, since his powers nicely compliment their own.

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    This guy alone makes the TOs unstoppable, especially in a team match. It's scary!
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    I definitely like him. All the other TO champs are really bruisers all meant to, in one way or another, beat up commons and champs. He is really their only support champ

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    most factions have at least 1 not so good champ, but the TO are different
    TUNDRA ORCS ROCK

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    What about Gruggar? I guess I should try him out first, but he doesn't seem very promising, so he hasn't made it into any of my TO decks yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prometheuslkr View Post
    What about Gruggar? I guess I should try him out first, but he doesn't seem very promising, so he hasn't made it into any of my TO decks yet.
    I don't view Gruggar as being very good. By the time he's actually usefull, he's practically dead, so what is the actual point?
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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infection Reflection View Post
    I don't view Gruggar as being very good. By the time he's actually usefull, he's practically dead, so what is the actual point?
    to waste magic

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    Quote Originally Posted by the mouth of sauron View Post
    to waste magic
    Lol, that's basically all he does!
    Infection Reflection
    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.

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    I know I'm veeery late to the party, but I just recently joined the Bragg fan club. Previously I had thought I was better off with a bruiser like Blagog or Rukar, thinking Bragg's stats just weren't up to par.

    But after playing a few games with him, treating him as a cheerleader to be used with Grognack as clean up- I'm in love. That third magic for Freeze often results in a permanently frozen summoner, or perhaps the non-summoning of an enemy champ. And he basically turns ice walls into 6 life walls (half as likely to be wounded), making Ice Shard mazes more viable.

    I know this is old news to most people, but I'm announcing my new membership in the Bragg fan club.
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    I have been a Bragg fan since day one. He has some interesting math to go with him.
    If you get him out and play the 3 Freeze cards, you have spent 10 cards to have the opponent spent 9 to take them out. Net result is he gains nothing and you gain a champ.
    Also, with his stats he needs only to buff 1 Freeze to break even (or prevent at least 3 wounds to Ice Walls). If he buffs 2 he already is ahead of his cost/stats.

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