Wispering Woods is a 4 Mana Cost Epic Druid Spell card from the The Witchwood set!
Summon a 1/1 Wisp for each card in your hand.
We didn't actually fire the guy who named Dark Wispers.
Wispering Woods Card Review
This card is decent, but it has one significant problem. If we had a dedicated (even non-Aggro) Token Druid deck, its hand size would probably not be that high all the time. And the decks with a bigger hand size (like Big Druid or Malygos Druid) wouldn’t really want to play this card.
It would make some sense in a kind of slower Token Druid – we’ve seen some decks like that a while ago, slotting Wisps of the Old Gods. It was often used to summon Wisps, and well, if you have 7 or more cards in your hand, this would be great. I think this card starts to be “good” in such deck when it summons five 1/1’s. 4 might be playable in certain situations, but not great (think Call in the Finishers – the card has seen virtually zero play outside of the Murloc Shaman, a very fringe deck).
I feel like this card might be playable in a Token-style Midrange Druid, like the good old Violet Teacher decks. That said, the fact that Mark of the Lotus rotates out at the same time makes it significantly weaker. 1/1’s are much easier to take down and much less threatening than 2/2’s. It still has synergy with cards like Power of the Wild, Savage Roar and Branching Paths, though.
Right now, I don’t think that such a deck has enough support to work, though. This card is also not enough to push it in the playable territory. If we see more synergies – it might work. If not – the deck, as well as this card, will be unplayable.
Card rating: 4/10
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