Hero of the Month : Grimble Review
Stats – Defensive, above average
Resist: Blind – The Hero has an innate ability to resist status ailments that affect Accuracy. Doesn’t apply to status effects from allies.
Special: Gnomish Carnage
Mana Speed : Average
- Destroys all minions from all enemies.
- Deals 235% damage to all enemies.
- All allies get a small amount of mana for each destroyed minion.
- Element Link gives all Dark allies +10% critical chance for 6 turns. This effect can’t be dispelled.
Currently Empires and Puzzles has many heroes that summon minions. Minions are pesky little things that act as meat shields for the heroes, with some minions having special effects. (Queen of Hearts, Red Hood etc)
Minions can have anywhere from 200 to 500 hp each, and at 3 minions max.
*It will be interesting to see how Gnomish Carnage and Queen of Hearts interact.
Grimble on Offense
A niche role in targeting teams that have a minion heavy composition, otherwise, his effect is minimal, damage is minimal and doesn’t do much. However, when the conditions for his special to be really good (when 2 or more heroes have 3 minions), he can easily be hitting for 1000 damage.
That said, in situations like these where you’re facing some serious minion problems already goes to show that you are “losing” the raid, probably because of unlucky tiles, with your opponents heroes firing their special skills multiple times.
In such a situation, it is already highly unlikely that Grimble is able to turn the tides around.
Basically, the best case scenario for Grimble is already the worst case scenario for you.
Grimble in Defense
On defence, he can be easily played around (by not bringing any heroes that have minions)
Grimble against Titans
Overall: Just terrible.
Grimble Hero Rating:
Offence – C
Defence – C
Titan – C