"Don't blink. You may find your heart between my fingers."

Bloodletter is a fighter who has the potential to put out a lot of damage, and stay on the field for quite a long time. Her Tit for Tat ability increases her attack for every creature in your graveyard, which means that she can do upwards of 2k damage if a lot of your creatures are dead. Also, her Life Sap ability makes her pretty tanky when not up against a creature with Frost Armor. She will fit in just fine with any Mortii deck.

Aquiring This CardEdit

This card can be acquired through The Gem Bag, Coupon Bag, Maze, Lucky Spin, Gauntlet, and Guild Map.

Skills Edit


Power ChartEdit

+28 atk/lv

+30 hp/lv

Level 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
ATK 381 409 437 465 493 521 549 577 605 633 661 689 717 745 773 801
HP 1410 1440 1470 1500 1530 1560 1590 1620 1650 1680 1710 1740 1770 1800 1830 1860

Melding Edit

Bloodletter works great with Revive, Frost Armor, or Battleblow 8. Because of her Stoneskin and Life Sap skills, she can be very difficult to get rid of. This makes her a good candidate for the Revive skill. Frost Armor makes her even more difficult to kill, and Battleblow will allow her to hit like a truck. It should be noted that there are better options for a Revive meld, making Frost Armor 3 or 5 the ideal choice should you decide to meld Bloodletter.

Strategies and TacticsEdit

Bloodletter is best placed second to last if you have a Thalassa in your deck. Her Tit for Tat ability allows her to increasingly deal more damage if there are more cards in your graveyard. In typical fashion, players will have more creatures in the graveyard by the time they unleash their 8-10th creatures.

You can also play at any time if you wish. She has pretty decent attack; it's just if you want to deal maximum amount of damage, it's best to play her when there are plenty of cards in the graveyard. That being said, Tit for Tat will immediately decrease the damage done once a creature has been revived/resurrected/recycled. For this reason, you should play her before you play Thalassa or any other revival/recycle/resurrect/healing breath creature.

If you are attacking/defending against someone with a Bloodletter, it's best to place a Frost Armor creature in front of her. This limits the amount of damage Bloodletter can deal to your creature. Since she also doesn't have any magic mitigation/prevention skills, you can also use Magic skills to kill her. But be sure to do it quickly, her Life Sap 6 skill allows to her to quickly restore damage taken.