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Don't be a Snitch, come to our metal pitch! (A Splinterlands battle challenge) - Day 27
The Shadow Snitch is a Common Death unit, from the Chaos Legion packs, costing 4 Mana, and at max level 10 it has 3 Melee Damage, 4 Speed and 7 Health. The skill provided are Reach from level 1, attacking from the second position, Affliction at level 6, to stop the tank healing, and Dodge at level 10 to evade the Melee and Ranged attack. There are many monsters with Reach in the Death Splinter, but this one is the cheapest option by far.
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So, for the challenge, these were the starting conditions:
Mana Limit: 22
Rulesets: Close Range (Ranged monsters can attack from the first position) and Holy Protection (all have Divine Shield)
Mine - Summoner: Thadius (decreasing opponent Magic and Health by 1), with Cursed Windeku as the tank with Heal and Thorns, forever returning damage, Shadow Snitch as back-up, using Reach and Affliction, Shadowy Presence to boost all team Health by 1, Weirding Warrior with Shatter, just in case of a heavy armored enemy tank, Cursed Slimeball with Redemption, doing 1 Damage to all enemy monsters upon Death, last, for a Sneak or Opportunity opponent, and last, hidden in the magic due to Camouflage, Dr. Blight, with Poison, Affliction and Scavenger (+1 Health for each monster dying on the battlefield).
Opponent - Summoner: Mylor Crowling, giving all team Thorns skill to return damage, with Failed Summoner as the main tank with Magic Reflect, a Micelyc Morphoid as the extra defender, then a powerful Kron with Heal and Thorns , supported by a Wood Nymph with extra healing, and last, Acid Shooter as a cheap solution for extra damage, hitting randomly with Scattershot.
This was an interesting battle, but not much of a fight, as my opponent cards were level 1, and overall took me 3 rounds to kill all of them, with no loss. The story would have been different if the opponent would have at least one Sneak or Snipe in his party.
Star of the game - The Shadow Snitch, bringing his weight to the slaughter party.
On the side note, my continuous support for Splintertalk.io is going well, with my SPT tokens number raising to 1 million. All of it is delegated to @monster-curator, as this account is doing a great work curating the best posts on the forum. Next, I am slowly building some SPT power (83K at the moment) to manually curate on Splinterlalk.io also.
All the best, George
...have fun and win rewards on my favourite blockchain games (Splinterlands- Hearthstone-like card game) (Mobox - GamiFI NFT platform) and (CryptoBrewmaster - Beer factory sim).