Libram of Justice

Libram of Justice Card

Libram of Justice is a 5 Mana Cost Common Paladin Spell card from the Ashes of Outland set!

Card Text

Equip a 1/4 weapon. Change the Health of all enemy minions to 1.

Flavor Text

Proper justice. Throw the book at him!

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  1. EksSkellybur
    March 25, 2020 at 3:21 pm

    Looks cool, but you have to pull it off with enough discount. I’d say with Libram of Justice the most. 3 Stars.

  2. Bearking1085
    March 23, 2020 at 4:39 pm

    I disagree with the rest of the comments here. This card is garbage. At six mana with no reduction it is terrible, especially when you can compare it with card such as Veranus which has the same cost and comes with a 7/6 body. Next , the weapon makes the card worse. For instance if you already have a weapon equipped you can not play this because it will replace that weapon with crap. Plus such a high durability weapon gives your opponent an excellent Harrison Jones. Lastly, even with the mana reduction this is still garbage. It would essentially have to be less then two mana to be a useful board clear because it still needs to pair with another card such as pyromancer or consecration. I think the Libram mechanic might still be really powerful with a powerful legendary that uses the mechanic and many other powerful Libram cards, as well as some new card draw for paladin without Prismatic Lens. But even if the Libram mechanic turns out to be good, I think this card is so terrible I would not put it in any deck ever.

    • Lluadian
      March 23, 2020 at 6:28 pm

      Problem is unlike equality though this card doesn’t require you to have other cards or minions to knock stuff off the board. Which is a bonus if you topdeck it in late game because don’t have to wait for another card. Also most of the pally weapons only have like 2 durability which means you don’t lose much in first place since it will likely only have 1 durability left anyway.

      On the note of Harrison Jones I’m not to sure with stickfinger that can steal opponents weapon or the one that can give you back your broken weapon. And most weapons only having 2 durability outside a few specific ones. I’m more leaning to people running Sticky fingers over Harrison especially with Demon hunters weapons and warriors shield. Harrison being mostly battlecry break opponents weapon and draw one card.

    • Tuscarora87
      March 23, 2020 at 6:40 pm

      Nope. This card is good, very good.

    • Thraben
      March 24, 2020 at 12:15 am

      The heck are you talking about? You can reduce the cost of this up till 0 with the Aldors. The fact that it affects only enemy board and gives you a tool to remove enemy minions is very powerful. Sure, you have to hit them to remove them but is that really a problem to Paladin who heals alot now? Like lmao I see people saying heal effects are pointless hurr durr even though they’re very useful with cards like these.

      “I think the effect might still be powerful with some legendary that uses the mechanic” Well no shit Lady Liandrin is literally made for this effect. She is going to return all the librams which makes the valuable as heck since the discount applies to them for the rest of the game. These cards are going to be good, calling them garbage is retarded.

      • Bearking1085
        March 29, 2020 at 4:37 pm

        You said ‘Paladin heals a lot now’. You are correct with now but it looks bleak for control paladin next year with all the cards it loses. Currently, control paladin, known as holy wrath paladin, relies on Shrivallah, Time Out, Flash of Light, and Crystalsmith Kangor to heal. It is losing all of those, plus many more. This card is thus not only worse than equality but the deck it is meant for has no support at all. There is literally not enough paladin cards in the game worth putting in a deck to make a Libram deck. You can’t even use them in singleton because it is best to use all the Librams and you needs all the reductions. Additionaly, there are only 4 reduction cards. What if you don’t draw them. The player is just screwed in that case because all the Librams have terrible value at their starting cost. Just like last expansion with Pure Paladin, I wish blizzard would stop making paladin and all classes in general archetypes that only get 3 cards from a single expansion and expecting them to have enough support to be playable. This is also what I expect to happen to secret rogue, it has nowhere near enough secrets, the opponent should always be able to expect them.

  3. Benoitballs
    March 23, 2020 at 1:41 pm

    This is incredible. Assuming this gets discounted, another Equality effect is great; especially one that lets you immediately remove a minion without any kind of combo. Paladin already has great sources of healing, and that’s about to get better with the other Libram they printed, so I expect to see this in every control paladin.

    4/5, don’t sleep on this card.

    • WizNan
      March 23, 2020 at 5:15 pm

      Mention one great source of healing paladin has

      • Lluadian
        March 23, 2020 at 6:16 pm

        New Libram of hope heal for 8 possible to play it turn 6 with reducers and lady Liadrin can add copies of it back to the hand.

      • Benoitballs
        March 24, 2020 at 12:48 pm

        Okay, the new Libram, that 5 drop dragon are both excellent healing cards that I would happily play in a control paladin.

  4. Decycle
    March 23, 2020 at 12:20 pm

    One thing to keep in mind is that the new paladin legendary won’t give this card back since it’s not a target spell. However, I think it’s still a playable card

  5. Lluadian
    March 23, 2020 at 10:26 am

    As a Libram this can be discounted down to 0 with the other 2 cards. It functions like equality so if you had an aoe effect this would clear opponents board. Going face to remove the minion also doesn’t seem as bad with the new heal for 8 that gives an 8/8 taunt divine shield. That can be discounted to 3.

    Also this looks alot better with Wild pyromancer compared to using equality since pyromancer will live through it.

  6. Sparkz
    March 23, 2020 at 10:19 am

    2 mana for a 1/4 weapon? Lights justice is a 1 mana 1/4
    5 mana to make all minions 1/1?
    this should have been 5 mana and replaced equality tbh

    the only good part about this card is that it only targets enemies and is a Libram, but paladin generally has such small minions that this won’t help much.

    • MrAranak
      March 24, 2020 at 2:12 am

      No one would ever play a 0 mana equality that could give you a free weapon in a deck archtype that is being pushed due to free buffs, discounted 8/8s with taunt for as little as 3 mana especially when we see no minion mage/druid cards being printed.