Nat, the Darkfisher
|Set:||Whispers of the Old Gods|
|Tags:||Random, Triggered effect|
At the start of your opponent's turn, they have a 50% chance to draw an extra card.
You can take away his humanity, but you will never take away his fishing pole.
- For the minion card from the Classic set, see Nat Pagle.
How to get[edit | edit source]
|Nat, the Darkfisher||1600||400|
|Golden Nat, the Darkfisher||3200||1600|
Strategy[edit | edit source]
One use for this card would be in a mill deck, accelerating the exhaustion of the opponent's deck. It could also be effective against control decks that already have nearly full hands, potentially burning a card at the start of the opponent's turn. However, the importance of overdrawing cards is generally overestimated, except in very long games, since most matches end long before either player's deck has been exhausted.
These possibilities aside, this card's effect is strongly undesirable, especially if it is allowed to remain on the board. The tradeoff for this are its 2/4 stats, providing good value for only 2 mana, and allowing for efficient trades during the early game. However, any card advantage gained through the card's stats is immediately lost through the activation of its effect.
Bear in mind that this card's effect only has a 50% chance of activation each time. This makes it less reliable as a means of milling the opponent, but also somewhat less terrible in other cases. If you come into control of this minion through a random effect, it is generally a good idea to destroy it as soon as possible.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- I fish bigger game.
- Ah. Caught one!
Lore[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Patch changes[edit | edit source]
- Patch 18.104.22.16874 (2016-04-24): Added.