Blessing

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Blessing
Blessing

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TYPE Spell
ELEMENT Light
COST 3 Light
ATK | HP -
DESCRIPTION The target creature gains +3/+3
SKILL
PASSIVES
RARITY Common
BUY/SELL 57/39
Improved Blessing
Improved Blessing

 

TYPE Spell
ELEMENT Light
COST 2 Light
ATK | HP -
DESCRIPTION The target creature gains +3/+3
SKILL
PASSIVES
RARITY Common (Upgraded)
BUY/SELL Impossible/1158


Quick Facts:

  • A card whose colours really shine in a Duo deck.
  • Can be used in conjunction with Dive and/or Rage potions.
  • Deja Vu + Blessing is the basis of an entire FG, so beware

Blessing is another strong Light card, capable of shining in both Mono and Duo decks.

Blessing is a brilliant card. Its versatility is what really makes it powerful. It can be used on your creatures to make them stronger, or on opponent's to put out of range of Butterfly Effect. Blessing, as most other cards do, works better upgraded; the reduced cost really can be a lifesaver. In a mono deck, you're best bet would be to use it on a Pegasus, and Dive it (assuming mono allows a different mark) but can also be used on your Guardian Angel, to keep it alive, or indeed anything for a bit of extra firepower. It works far better in a duo deck. Using Blessing on a Pegasus with Parallel Universe can really boost up your creature to insane levels. Another great choice is to use it on a heavily overlooked card: Deja Vu. Like Dive, their ability doubles the firepower, but this time it's permanent. 3 Blessings on a Deja Vu will give you two 10/10 creatures. That's usually enough to take down most AIs alone. What's also great about this card is that it boosts defence as well. This means that a creature with less attack than its defence (or equal) with Blessing won't have Maxwell's Demon destroying it.