Omega Mind is a 2 Mana Cost Epic Shaman Minion card from the The Boomsday Project set!
Battlecry: If you have 10 Mana Crystals, your spells have Lifesteal this turn.
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Omega Mind Card Review
I’m on the fence about this card, don’t really know if it’s good or not. On the one hand, it’s very powerful late game card. Playing it with Lightning Storm or Volcano (it’s important to note that it usually won’t leave a body behind if you play it with Volcano) heals you for A LOT. But the Battlecry only activates on Turn 10, which is really late.
You definitely do not replace Healing Rain with this one. You need healing in the mid game so often when playing a slow Shaman deck like Shudderwock build, and Healing Rain always works – you can play it on Turn 5, 8 OR 10. Even Hallazeal the Ascended could be used on Turn 8 with Storm, this can’t. And even Hallazeal turned out to be only okay card, not as impressive as it seemed. You could run Omega Mind as something extra, for even more late game healing, but is it really that necessary?
Another problem is that the only Shaman deck that would want to run it right now – Shudderwock Shaman – runs Prince Keleseth, so adding this would mean taking the Keleseth out. Ideally, if you take Keleseth out, you want to add more than one 2-drop, but the thing is that slow Shaman doesn’t have many great options.
I will probably add one copy to my Malygos build, but that’s about it. I don’t think that Shudderwock Shaman will play it, and non-Keleseth Shaman builds might use one copy as an extra late game healing. Maybe not even always – it will be more of a tech card if you face a meta in which more healing is useful. It’s okay, but nothing special.
Card rating: 5/10
Omega Mind Decks
These are the most recent decks that have featured Omega Mind in the last year.