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Tommen Baratheon



  • Type: Character
  • Faction: Lannister
  • Cost: 2
  • Icons: Power
  • Strength: 2
  • King. Lord.
  • Each player with no cards in his or her hand cannot gain power from challenge bonuses (unopposed and rivals).
  • “When I’m king in my own right, I’m going to outlaw beets.”
  • Quantity: 3
  • Number: 15
  • Illustrator: Joshua Cairós
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4 Comments

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KingJoffrey
Jan 09 2017 11:05 PM
I'd like to think this card has some potential. Tommen only costs 2 gold, plus he has both Lord AND King traits, which can be useful in some situations. As for the effect, it would most likely be useful in Melee. On another note, the artwork is really nice, imho.
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theamazingmrg
Jan 10 2017 08:46 AM
Worst case he's a cheap power icon for Lannister that turns off most opponents Kings and allows Treachery to be played. He's a decent card (and anyone expecting anything more from a young child was always going to be disappointed!)
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KingJoffrey
Jan 10 2017 12:02 PM

Worst case he's a cheap power icon for Lannister that turns off most opponents Kings and allows Treachery to be played.

He's a decent card (and anyone expecting anything more from a young child was always going to be disappointed!)


What does it mean when Tommen turns off most opponent kings?

What does it mean when Tommen turns off most opponent kings?

 

A lot of King-related cards have advantages if your opponent doesn't control a king (See Balon Greyjoy (Clash), Renly Baratheon (Clash), or,  for instance Beggar King). By having your own King on the board, you're negating some of their advantage.