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Blizzard


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Card Info


Title: Blizzard
Cost:

3 coins

Quantity:

x2

Play:

Play before your first invasion.

Description:

Place a blizzard token on any airway. No fanboys or Heroes may make invasions or redeployments across this path until your next turn.

Notes

Articuno is the first of the three legendary birds. It soars high overhead, basking in the cold climate of high altitudes. With the Blizzard card, Articuno summons an angry storm along an airway. High winds and low visibility make the airspace impossible to navigate, cutting off access to an air territory. Airways are signified on the War of the Fanboys main board with a straight, solid line.

The first card features Articuno from the Supreme Victors set of the Pokemon Trading Card Game. The illustration is by Mitsuhiro Arita and Articuno can be seen flying among spinning snow. The second card uses artwork from the Wizards Black Star Promo set, produced back when Wizards of the Coast still published the Pokemon TCG. This card was illustrated by Toshinao Aoki and shows Articuno actively breathing icy blasts into the atmosphere, stirring up winds in his wake.




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owned by the copyright holder, likely
Nintendo or its affiliates, unless otherwise
stated. It is believed that its use here falls under
fair use guidelines.

Previous Versions

Articuno was a solid card, so there was no need for the cards function to change. It was solid enough, however, to warrant a price increase when it was upgraded for WotF 3.0. The original Blizzard used another illustration by Mitsuhiro Arita for Wizards of the Coasts Fossil set. The art worked because the holographic sparkles looked like snowflakes, which obviously would be very prominent in a blizzard.

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