I have been scrolling through for some time,and I always see people hating on poor tarbog.I don’t understand the hate,while some creatures get by this,I’m talking about allodrigues and ardontognathus.the former having a turn one rending takedown while the latter has the potential for a armour piercing devastation t2,both of these are so much worse than tarbog and I see absolutely no one taking about them
It’s just another add-on to the absolute flockfests legendary tournaments are. I shouldn’t have to run 4-5 flocks in a legendary tournament just to perform well. I hate Tarbog about as much as other flocks, but the biggest reasons are the absurd damage priority strike and its synergy. I tend to hate creatures that can lock foes in but can freely swap whenever they want while benefitting the team by doing so. They’re often rediculously stally and just never die.
Ankylos Lux is a huge maybe, especially given Tarbo’s high CRIT rate.
Mortem’s only group attack can be negated by Tarbo’s dodging, so unless Tarbo is weakened already there’s no way Mortem has a guaranteed win.
Yes I am. And before you try to come at me with some bad take, understand that just because I know how to utilize Phorurex, Spinoconstrictor, Ankylos Lux, and Hydra Boa in ways that let me deal with Tarbonagthus, not only are those pretty reliant on certain circumstances going in my favor, it does not invalidate the simple fact that Tarbonagthus is a problem creature.
And don’t even try to pull the same card you just did with “Just use Skoona, Ankylos Lux, Mortem, Ref…”
It’s a terrible argument to make, and I’m sick and tired of the same arguments being made (and being the go to defense!) in defense of the problem creatures.