Gloop Sprayer is a 8 Mana Cost Common Druid Minion card from the The Boomsday Project set!
Battlecry: Summon a copy of each adjacent minion.
"Are you sure that's enough gloop?"
Gloop Sprayer Card Review
This is one of those cards that seem theoretically very powerful, but end up being pretty clunky. Like, remember how hard was it to get a good Menagerie Warden? And it costed 2 mana less, and you needed to have only a single minion on the board. Yes, it was restricted to Beasts, but I think that overall this will be even harder to make work.
In most of the scenarios, this card is just bad or mediocre. If you have no board – it’s terrible, 8 mana 4/4. If you have small minions, it’s also bad – you wouldn’t play let’s say an 8 mana 4/4 that summons two small minions. One big minion is also meh – it’s like playing a Faceless Manipulator, then getting a 3 mana 4/4 body. Not the worst thing ever, but much more clunky than Faceless. So realistically, the only situation in which this card is amazing is copying two Midrange or even better – two big minions. 8 mana for let’s say a 4/4, The Lich King and Primordial Drake is nuts. Even something like 2x Ironwood Golem, for example, is pretty good.
The easiest way to make cards like that work is having a discounted minion. Like, if Arcane Giant was in Standard, this could be used much more easily. Right now we have a Mulchmuncher, which can get down to 0 mana, but that’s basically that would be be basically the only good combo in Treant/Token Druid.
I could see it being a part of some combo in the Wild, with Aviana and Kun the Forgotten King. Like those two + Malygos + Faceless Manipulator + this guy and you have 4x Malygos on the board (yes, that means 21 damage Moonfire). But since I’m rating cards in Standard, well… Maybe one of in some kind of Big Druid? I’m not sure, it definitely has potential to be broken, I just don’t see it yet. Seems like it can work sometimes, but is too clunky in general.
Card rating: 4/10