Azuria, angel of fury.
Purity: 2 Warpath and 1 Overseers of Solace
Stats: 20 + X / 20 + X
Unique Angel Beast
The cost of this character is reduced by 2 for each angel in all graveyards, but increase by 1 for each angel on all the battlefield.
The cost of this character is reduced by 2 for each beast on all the battlefield, but increase by 1 for each beast in all graveyards.
When deployed, the character gain X/X where X become equal to the combined power and health of every beasts in all the graveyards.
Remove two beasts cards from the game: The character gain haste and unstoppable this turn.
Remove three angels cards from the game: The character gain untouchable for two turns.
Picture: An angel anthropomorphic wolf facing the angels of Solace. His fur is mostly gold with some white parts, he has azure eyes (hence his name) and two long tails. He is equiped with a medium armor and has a sword in each hand.
Flavor: "Betrayed and killed by the angels, reborn from ashes by the beasts. Belonging to both kind, he choose to betray the first to protect the second in the hope to redeem himself."
Lore of the character:
He was an exception among the angels of Solace: He was the sole angel to be an anthropomorphic animal as he came from the Untammed world. Unfortunatly he was the weakest angel of Solace and so he was constantly put aside by the others angels.
He was aware about the situation of his homeworld but couldn't do anything without Sol's agreement, which never came.
When Sol devastated the Untammed world, he felt betrayed and attacked Sol who killed him. Feeling some regret, Sol bury properly the corpse on the Untammed world as a last favor for the fallen angel.
Unexpectedly at this very moment many spirits of the beasts killed by Sol came and asked Azuria to help the survivors of their world - his world. At this end, they gave him their strength and he resurrected in a vastly stronger form.
Making his the wrath and the desire of vengeance of these spirits, he swore to protect his world and to eradicate every angel who'll cross his path. Perhaps can he make repentance to not have been here sooner.