Modern: Card Highlight - Chandra, Dressed to Kill
In today's article, we analyze Chandra, Dressed to Kill's impact and presence on Modern's competitive scenario.
context. As an example, I want to make the comparison between this Chandra and another very famous version of the planeswalker, Chandra, Torch of Defiance!
Analyzing Chandra, Dressed to Kill
Synergies among cards
Decks With Chandra, Dressed to Kill
Mono Red Obosh, which easily adapted to the planeswalker.
Comparison with Chandra, Torch of Defiance
context. Magic is a cost-effective game, and as a result, we frequently opt for cards that are "weaker" but less expensive in mana. That said, for a deck like Mono Red Midrange, the difference between 3 and 4 mana is brutal, in the sense that three mana cards have more utilitarian functions and four mana cards are more focused on impacting the game, and taking In that regard, Chandra, Dressed to Kill does its utilitarian work better than Chandra, Torch of Defiance impacts the board. Obviously, the "Obosh factor" also influences a lot, as the companion is a card currently essential to Mono Red's strategy, which makes Kaladesh's Chandra end up being left out of these lists, in addition to the interactions that the Innistrad version have with better placed cards in the format. So, even though Torch of Defiance is a more powerful card, the context in which Modern asks for a better cost-benefit ratio, in addition to several other factors that influence beyond the power level, makes Dressed to Kill a better card to the format.