Weekly Win Notes: Splinterlands Radiated Brute Challenge
If you want a Chaos Legion monster of Common rarity that packs a punch, look no further than the Radiated Brute. In the following seven battles from accounts automated by Archmage and submitted by our users, you can see the Brute's strength.
Radiated Brute has enough life and enough damage to be useful for its cost. This is proven in these battles, although they are mostly low level.
At higher levels, it also has enough speed for the Enrage buff to be very effective, pushing the Brute up the attack order and causing misses.
A nice balance between stats and abilities, the Radiated Brute is a common Chaos Legion card to consider investing in and using more widely.
More than the Radiated Brute, this first match actually demonstrates the power of the Furious Chicken. Level 1 Tarsa mirror match, Reverse Speed rules. The hit soaked by the passive Chicken in last position is crucial.
Level 3 Tarsa beats Level 4 Obsidian here. The real hero is Tusk, The Wide. Radiated Brute does some work though. The whole team is left standing on the Red side.
Silenced Summoners. Level 1 Tarsa versus Level 1 Mother Khala. Reverse Speed seems to be a common theme. Living Lava and Radiated Brute, instead of being slow, become able to be missed repeatedly. Red is the victor.
Level 1 Tarsa beats Level 1 Thaddius Brood. Here Radiated Brute is placed behind a Chaos Agent and almost behaves more like a tank than a Reach monster. Fire Elemental does most of the work, though, and gets off the last shot just in time.
Level 1 Tarsa beats Level 1 Drake of Arnak in Equalizer rules by using a Radiated Brute in second position instead of the Elven Defender on the enemy team. The one-two punch of Living Lava and Brute features several times in this win.
Level 1 Tarsa mirror-match and the winning team is the one with the Radiated Brute. Disintegrator, featured last week, is not enough because the Brute has enough base Melee Attack to still hit the Lava through its Shield.
Another match of Level ones: Tarsa plays Khala. Gold Brute left standing with one life behind his Lava buddy at the end. Good win.
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Each week the Splinterlands Weekly Battle Challenge is shared in the Archmage Discord. Submit your battles which feature their highlighted card in our #battleground channel. The first person to share a relevant battle each week wins a spot prize.
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