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How do you evaluate Necropolis Fiend? Let’s see.
Development: Definitely not a development card. Ideal you want to draw Necropolis Fiend one turn 4 when you have cards in the yard.
Parity: Top decking Necropolis Fiend is good because you can play him and then start destroying your opponents’ field.
Winning: This Demon will not keep you from victory.
Losing: A fat, flying body that blocks well, coupled with a removal ability… Necropolis Fiend has what it takes to turn a game around but it all depends on how many cards are in your yard.
What Do You Think?
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