Strength in Numbers

Strength in Numbers Card

Strength in Numbers is a 1 Mana Cost Common Druid Spell card from the Descent of Dragons set!

Card Text

Sidequest: Spend 10 Mana on minions. Reward: Summon a minion from your deck.

Flavor Text

One minion, two minions... tree minions!

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8 Comments

  1. Spidermannerdlikeme
    December 5, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    This is absolutely terrible, the mage quest was okay because you were guaranteed what minion you would get for only spending 8 mana on spells, this is 10 mana for a random minion.

    Big deck? Druid really hasn’t had any big stuff in a while, I think blizzard learned their lesson after year of the Mammoth. The only deck I can think of that uses giants would probably be Malygos Druid and this doesn’t work well with Malygos. That’s the kind of deck where you don’t have many minions besides ones that can draw you or decrease the cost of Malygos.

    People have been bringing up Ysera Unleashed but why would you do that? The good thing about that card is its battlecry and you would’ve completely disrupted the great thing about it.

    Would be good a few years ago but now, I just don’t see it. 1/10

  2. Bisalissy
    December 4, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    If a true Big Druid Deck comes in the Meta, this is great. This + Ysera, Unleashed and next turn a Big minion + a big minion summoned is pretty strong. However, in every other archetype this is probably a waste of a spot in your deck. 3/5 Stars

  3. Jed
    December 4, 2019 at 4:40 pm

    Most pointless card of the expansion award goes to…

  4. EksSkellybur
    December 4, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    Eh. It does the job done I guess, but we just need to experiment with it. 2 Stars for now.

  5. Lluadian
    December 4, 2019 at 12:31 pm

    So basically it looks like a card to play in a big druid or one running treants since one can add 2 cost treants to hand to play.

  6. WingedCastaway
    December 4, 2019 at 10:42 am

    Ehhh. This isn’t great. It is a quest that’s rather expensive to complete, but on the other hand, you do want to summon minions anyway.. ? so it’s not like it’s that bad. I think it can be powerful in a slow Druid deck. I’m not sure of how it will perform in this expansion, but I’m pretty sure people underrate this. Even pulling something as low as a 3/3 makes this an okay card, pulling stronger than 4/4 is a good card, over 5/5 is a great card. And why not go crazy ? You could pull Ysera or some other big minions with it. I think its strength vastly relies on a deck archetype that’s currently dead, but it could change !

    • Thraben
      December 4, 2019 at 10:20 pm

      I completely agree. It’s basically a one mana summon a minion from your deck, just delayed. If this pulls anything over 3/3 stats it’s well worth it. The only bad side is that you better hope it doesn’t pull some expensive battlecry minion like Ysera Unleashed if you choose to play this in a deck that includes cards such as her.

      Luckily this is a common card so it’s easy to experiment with it without spending too much dust.

  7. CountrClockwrk
    December 4, 2019 at 10:28 am

    Not bad in wild. You can summon aviana.