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Warriors

The Warrior class has more weapon options than any other. So why do so few of them see play?

by: Alex Truell

9 months ago

With new flourishes on the same old trick, Dorinthea has been returning to competitive gameplay in advance of the next Warrior re-feature.

by: Davis Tower Kingsley

1 year ago

Dorinthea's reactive style can easily appear powerful, but does it hold up to scrutiny? How do we evaluate cards within a balanced, midrange deck?

by: Will Reinhardt

1 year ago

The new Classic Battles box has gotten a lot of attention for Dorinthea's new specialization. But does the new Quicksilver Prodigy create fresh opportunities for Dori in Blitz?

A punisher mechanic asks your opponent to make a decision, and punishes them for choosing wrong. Dorinthea is a prime example of punisher mechanics- but she falls victim to them just as often!

by: Roger Bodee

2 years ago

In the opening week of Road to Nationals, Hatchet Dorinthea came out of nowhere to win an event. Christian Gilbert shares what led him to this unexpected deck- and why it worked.

by: Christian Gilbert

2 years ago

The Hatchets of Body and Mind offer a completely fresh take on Dorinthea.

by: Kieran

2 years ago

Warrior is all about efficiency and consistency. Which is why expanding the card pool is probably a good thing.

by: Alex Truell

2 years ago

Davis Kingsley, having recently won three of the Skirmish events he's competed in and placed Top 8 in the rest, shares his thought process, winning deck, and advice on how to approach a meta shifting towards Warrior domination.

by: Davis Tower Kingsley

3 years ago