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A Time For Wolves

  • Type: Plot
  • Faction: Stark
  • Gold: 3
  • Initiative: 1
  • Claim: 1
  • Reserve: 6
  • Winter.
  • When Revealed: Search your deck for a Direwolf card, reveal it, and add it to your hand. If that card’s printed cost is 3 or lower, you may put it into play instead. Shuffle your deck.
    Card design by 2012 North American Champion, Dan Seefeldt.
  • Quantity: 1
  • Number: 46
  • Illustrator: Jake Murray
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Apr 05 2016 07:09 AM

no good direwolves at the moment to use this plot with efficiency

    • Jaquen likes this

Def disagree. Summer is always good, and being able to pull a Lady or Nymeria for Robb when you have a kennelmaster is clutch. It's not auto-include in the same way that Wardens of the North is but it has a place

Apr 06 2016 01:47 AM
It's only good for a couple of cards right now. If your searching for higher than 3 cost then wolf dreams is better with a higher gold plot.
However lady, nymeria, summer are decent. 3 pups and 3 wolves of north aswell as 3 grey wind. is a sizeable direwolf army. Might make me a direwolf deck soon :).
Apr 06 2016 03:37 AM

Summer and Nymeria are both awesome targets for this, lady is pretty solid too. I'm a little annoyed that it lost some initiative because I'm not a huge fan of its stat line. That said, recurring a character or getting a good attachment on a hard hitter can be pretty awesome.

    • VonWibble likes this

I'm already planning a dire wolves deck, so I'm very excited about adding this plot to it. I wish the initiative value would be higher, though.