Crystology is a 2 Mana Cost Rare Paladin Spell card from the The Boomsday Project set!
Draw two 1-Attack minions from your deck.
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Crystology Card Review
I see that a lot of people are comparing this card to Small-Time Recruits. Rightfully so, because those seem similar and Recruits didn’t really see a whole lot of play. But those cards are fundamentally different. Drawing 1 cost minions will always get you 1-drops, which are pretty bad in the mid/late game. 1 ATTACK cards, on the other hand, don’t have to be that bad. If you play a deck with lots of 1 Attack cards anyway, and to be honest, a slower Paladin decks do, then it might be a great refill. Drawing 2 cards for 2 mana is always good to have, especially in Paladin, which isn’t known for the best card draw in the game.
Just to put it into perspective, here are some of the things you can draw with this card (of course not all in a single deck): Righteous Protector, Upgradeable Framebot, Acolyte of Pain, Stonehill Defender, Tar Creeper, Lynessa Sunsorrow… and I’ve probably missed something. Let’s say that you run a Mech deck with Protectors, Framebots and Stonehill Defenders – seems pretty fair, right? This card is already working very well in that kind of build. Drawing 2 cards for 2 mana, getting those cheaper cards from your deck so you can draw your mid/late game etc. And that’s only with the cards we know, maybe the deck will get another 1 Attack minion? Or maybe there will be another Neutral 1 Attack Mech (like a 1-drop)? If you play a Lynessa Sunsorrow deck, you also want to have at least one copy of this so you can reliably tutor her (so she’s not stuck at the bottom of your deck).
Overall, it looks like a really solid card. Of course, it’s not going to win the games by itself, but it’s nice support for any Paladin deck running lots of 1 Attack minions, and it’s not that hard to find those.
Card rating: 8/10