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If you did like Deathtouch more, would it be better to have higher health, or higher damage?



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If you'd have two questions about Deathtouch, would you ask them in two or just one thread?

Don't bother I already know the answer.

 

You mean just in general whether a Deathtouch-Creature benefits more from a focus in Strength or Toughness?

Depends on your play-style and your deck. One of the strongest DT's  is Vampire Nighthawk with 2/3,

but I think that's more because of its combined abilities, not the stats.

 

I guess it's all going back to the question, how you want to utilize Deathtouch;

Most blockers are automatically lost against an attacking DT, so you CAN use High-Power variations to some extends.

But instead you could as easily go for Intimidate, can't be blocked, or protection etc, not even giving your opponent the choice of blocking.

Personally I prefer Deathtouch with high toughness. They are just much more versatile in their ability to survive while damaging.

Give them Vigilance and you have constant damage and pressure.



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Probaby higher health if you have Deathtouch. It doesn't really matter how much attack you have if you have Deathtouch (correct me if i'm wrong). If something has 1 attack but like 8 health, then that creature can kill anything and can stay alive longer. To make that creature even more OP, then Give it a Haste enchantment, 0/1or more enchantment, or idk, just give it a lot of enchantments.



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Well, Master of Cruelties has First-strike and Deathtouch, and if he's unblocked, your opponents life total becomes 1.  He's a crazy op card, especially if you can make him unblockable.







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