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What would be a good bubbleman deck at todays standards?

Bubble Burn effectively doesn't exist nowadays, since it usually needs at least 3 turns to win - 3 turns in which your opponent will do their very best to kill you.
With nothing in their way, they won't find it very difficult - which means you need to find a kill in your first 7-9 cards realistically.

It probably looks like this:

3 Elemental Hero Bubbleman

3 Card of Sanctity
1 Reinforcement of the Army
1 E - Emergency Call
3 Meteor of Destruction
3 Tremendous Fire
3 Ookazi
3 Restructer Revolution
2 Chain Strike
3 Poison of the Old Man
3 Final Flame
3 Misfortune
3 Goblin Thief
3 Magical Mallet
1 Gold Sarcophagus

2 Magical Explosion

And is very much a Glass cannon.
I recommend you use it only for casual games, if at all.


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