Let’s say that you’ve opened a pack, and that inside is the much coveted Grimm, the Prince of Fairy Tales. Your mind raced with thoughts of commanding an army of Fairy Tales into battle (and beating other players with them). Suddenly, a bit of doubt sneaks in: aren’t Fairy Tales and those fancy-schmancy spells that go with them expensive?
Well worry not friend, we’ve got the answer! Presenting F&F’s Grimm Budget list (with prices!):
4 Tell a Fairy Tale – Php200
3 Realm of Evolution – Php60
2 Voice of the False God – Php20
2 Dream of Juliet – Php20
2 Realm of Pure Spirits – Php40
4 Hunter in Black Forest – Php40
4 Tinker Bell – Php200
4 One-Inch Boy – Php40
3 Aesop, the Prince’s Tutor – Php60
2 Sleeping Beauty – Php100
2 Deadman Prince – Php20
2 Pumpkin Witch – Php20
1 The Emperor in New Clothes – Php20
1 Rapunzel, the Long-Haired Princess – Php100
4 Pied Piper of Hamelin – Php400
3 Magic Stone of Wind – Php9
3 Magic Stone of Light – Php9
2 Magic Stone of Water – Ph6
2 Magic Stone of Darkness – Php6
Grimm, the Fairy Tale Prince – Php600+
The key to saving up on a Grimm list is that we cut any fancy Special Magic Stones thanks to Grimm’s power. We just need to find the right ratio of the Basic Stones needed in relation to the spells (or non-Fairy Tale cards) we are running in the deck.
The deck plays as a mid-range deck whose primary game plan is to pump your Fairy Tale Army via Realm of Evolution and Sleeping Beauty, and then do an alpha strike via Pumpkin Witch. The backup plan of course, is to win on the back of Hamelin’s Pied Piper controlling to opposing field while under the protection of Aesop and Realm of Pure Spirits.
And then there’s Rapunzel flying over the enemies’ heads and hitting for 1000 damage multiple times a turn.
So there you have it, a Grimm deck that doesn’t break the wallet.