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What is the Tyrant?
The Young-Spoiler-Tyrant is a new card that has taken the Hearthstone scene by storm. Players are trying to figure out how to use it to their advantage, and the answers are plentiful.
Here’s a rundown of what you need to know about this powerful card:
-The Young-Spoiler-Tyrant costs 3 mana and has 2 health.
-When played, it gives your opponent 2 cards back (unless they have a secret).
-It can be used in multiple ways, but one strategy is to play it early in the game when your opponent has few cards left in their hand so they have less chance of countering it.
How did the Tyrant become Young Spoiler?
We all know the story of the young tyrant. He started out as a regular young adult, but gradually began to change – he became more rebellious, more aggressive. Finally, he had had enough and overthrew his own government.
But who’s next? There are plenty of potential candidates for the title of young tyrant – people who have begun to show signs of being problematic or dangerous. So who will be next in line to take over their country? And what will they do when they get there?
Why is the Tyrant a threat to the metagame?
A few weeks ago, Young Spoiler emerged as a powerful contender for the Modern metagame. His combination of card advantage and punishing removal made him an imposing force in matchups like Jund and Abzan Company.
But now, Young Spoiler has been banned from Modern. As a result, his power has diminished significantly. What’s to stop the next tyrant from emerging?
Young Spoiler’s power comes from his ability to disrupt opponents’ plans. He can take out key creatures or spells, preventing them from executing their game plan. This ability is particularly potent in decks like Jund and Abzan Company, which rely heavily on creature cards and card draw spells to stay competitive.
If another deck emerges that can fight back against Young Spoiler’s disruption, he’ll lose much of his power in the metagame. There are several potential decks that could do this: Jeskai Control, Merfolk, GR Tron, and Eldrazi Tron are all viable options in Modern right now.
Jeskai Control is a deck that has been performing well recently thanks to its efficient removal abilities and powerful card draw spells. It can easily deal with Young spoiler without too much difficulty. Merfolk is another deck that can handle Young spoiler relatively easy thanks to its strong counterspells and capable evasion creatures. GR Tron is also a very good matchup for Young spoiler due to its fast mana base and abundance of cheap artifacts and enchantments. Eldrazi Tron also poses a challenge for
How can I prepare for the Tyrant?
There’s no doubt that the Tyrant has been a dominating force in Modern since its inception. But, who will be the next big thing to take him down?
One strategy is to prepare for the Tyrant by playing cards that interact with his ability, such as Leyline of Sanctity or Path to Exile. Another approach is to build an aggressive deck that can outrun and ignore the Tyrant. If you’re facing off against a lot of decks built around the Tyrant, it might also be beneficial to play a card like Rest in Peace or Liliana of the Veil.
What an unexpected and wild ride this season of Game of Thrones has been. From the shocking reveal of Tyrion’s true identity as the son of Tywin Lannister, to the battle for King’s Landing, to Littlefinger’s rise to power – it’s been one helluva ride. But who knows where it will all lead next? We can only wait with baited breath to find out. In the meantime, enjoy these final episodes and prepare yourself for what is sure to be a long offseason.