Discard Pile Creature Tutors – An In-Depth Look

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  1. December 30, 2018

    […] You get to summon the Trooper for no additional magicka, which is great in a Token deck. However, you will need to discard a card. Maybe a low-cost card, like the dagger from Crown Quartermaster or the guard provided by Marked Man? Or discard a higher cost dragon that you had to retain during your Mulligan to make Alduin happy? Maybe a card you want to fetch back with Falkreath Defiler (see Discard Pile Tutors in TESL). […]

  2. January 30, 2019

    […] #5b: Discard Pile Creature Tutors: An in-depth look at creature tutors that draw it from discard pile. […]

  3. February 6, 2019

    […] as it boosts all creatures in your discard pile by +2/ +2. Combined with a Gravesinger or other Discard Pile Tutors, or Journey to Sovngarde, this can also make for a powerful combo […]

  4. June 18, 2019

    […] A discard pile tutor draws (or summons) a particular card from your discard pile to board. Here, you have no deck thinning effect from the Tutor, as you get to pull back a creature from your discard pile. Strictly speaking you would have to differentiate Discard-Draw-Tutors and Discard-Summon-Tutors. For ease of use, we will summarize them in one category. For an overview of all discard pile tutors, see Discard Pile Creature Tutors in The Elder Scrolls Legends. […]

  5. June 19, 2019

    […] number of discard pile tutors, some of which we discussed on tesl.blog in an earlier article (see Discard Pile Tutors). Since each use will net you 1 health and buff the reaper’s health by 1, the reaper […]

  6. June 26, 2019

    […] creature you consume will leave play and will not be available for any discard pile recursion (see Discard Pile Tutors). Since you can most often control the card getting consumed, this should normally not be too much […]

  7. August 21, 2019

    […] Mausoleum Delver, Mannimarco, …). But you can use Odirniran Necromancer and other “discard pile tutors” to get more value off the […]

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