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Splinterlands Battle Challenge live from the Aquarium - Finding the Angelic Mandarin
Today's Splinterlands Battle Challenge is broadcasted live from the SPS Aquarium, where the Angelic Mandarin gone missing. This magnificent fish was last seen playing hide and seek with Nemo and Dory! It is unclear if Nemo fish-napped him to heal his damaged flipper or Darin went to Triage!
Silence! That's the general mood at the Aquarium. The other mandarin-fishes are being quiet, maybe because they always been jealous on the Angelics for their healing abilities. The Angelic Mandarin was blessed by the magic of the sea, living in harmony with everyone. This gentle creature will stare into the eyes of the injured, and heal them if they are deemed kind.
This Rare Water card costs only 3 mana points, and comes with 5 health, 2 speed and 1 ranged damage. Cheap card with top stats, good to be used at the back of the team. The upgraded fish will gain Triage at level 4 and Silence at level 8!
Detective Kelya Frendul was sent to investigate the case, and found Darin playing with the sharks. Miss Kelya has many talents, from leading the Wave Breakers to creating magical weapons from water.
Finding the missing Angelic Mandarin was an easy task, but Kelya doesn't pick and choose as long as her pockets are filled with coins. This quest was just a little break from doing the Chaos Legion dirty jobs, and a session of splashing fun.
I have a level two summoner and the golden foil at level one. The water-mercenary only cares about wining and picking the right team makes the job easier.
Tsunami Wave! Choose an over-powered Water Splinter team for this battle with 21 mana cap and Stampede battle-rule, as the Trample ability could trigger multiple times if the trample monster is killed.
Kelya Frendul: +1 Speed and +1 Armor
Demented Shark: Tank with Inspire
Wave Runner: Melee with Reach
Uraeus: Melee with Sneak
Angelic Mandarin: Ranged
The opponent went for a melee squad full of Sneak and Opportunity monsters, with their attack boosted by Tarsa.
The Antoid Platoon chosen as tank, with the Shield nullifying the Demented Shark Inspire ability. Round one was entertaining, with both teams dealing damage and destroying the armor. I lost Uraeus after consecutive sneakily blows.
The drama reached higher levels during round two, with the sharks doing more damage then Jaws. The Antoid Platoon and the Chicken were eaten for breakfast by my aquatic terrors, while the Angelic Mandarin shielded the Wave Runner.
Deadly shark ta-da-da-da .... Deadly shark ta-da-da-da! The Demented Shark and the Wave Runner done a sniper job, one bite-one kill! Round Four starts in balance, with a 2v2 showdown.
My team was stronger, and crashed the enemy like a tsunami wave. Both sharks took care of the Tenyii Striker, but for me the Angelic Mandarin made the difference. The opponent team tactic was to hit behind the tank and turn the tides of the battle in their favor. The Mandarin high health points delayed the damage taken by the Wave Runner, letting the hungry shark clear the table. See the full battle here!
Do you think the Angelic Mandarin made the difference or it was the extra damage from the Demented Shark? Many times I lost a battle because the opponents with Sneak, Opportunity or Snipe left the tank without support. Having a high health monster at the back could be a winning tactic.