Asgard. Location.

Cost: 3.

You get +1 hand size.

It is from the shining city of Asgard that Odin watches over the Nine Realms, and it was here that Thor was raised a prince.
Thor #7. Thor #11.

OK. Don't get me wrong, I've come to love Thor, especially because the last few packs have given us some cards that really help him along.

Still, am I the only one who thinks that Asgard is overpriced? Compare it to, say The Sorcerer Supreme... Sure, the later only works in hero form... but it's a BASIC card and applies to ONE hero (soon 2 with Scarlet Witch) that doesn't need it (Winds of Watoomb covers all you need for cards!).

I'd understand a cost of 2, and the fact that it would be stronger than The Sorcerer Supreme because it's a SIGNATURE card...


neothechosen · 8163
Still a point cheaper than Avengers' Mansion. — adsarf · 234
Can't argue with that! — neothechosen · 8163
The trouble is, avengers mansion immediately draws you a card that same turn so it ends up having a net cost of 3 as well — L3w15 7 · 9549
Unless you have a very large hand size or get very lucky, though, you probably won't be able to play Avengers Mansion and actually use the card you draw with it. You might luck into a 0-cost card. — adsarf · 234
In multiplayer you can always give the draw to someone else. — L3w15 7 · 9549
In solo I mostly agree with you. But there are exceptions. Overall Asgard probably is slightly better than avengers mansion, but only barely. For a hero specific card it should be more significant in my opinion. — L3w15 7 · 9549
It's got the "Asgard" trait, though, which lets you find it with "For Asgard" and discount it with TBE — OrionJA · 8