Card of the Day 2/03












Happy Friday Stonerds!  One of the strongest CannaBeasts in the game, Moon Rock can leave quite the crater in your opponent’s pounds if you can get it on field.  With a base of 300 attack there won’t be much your opponent can do to stop it short of a removal card or a well-executed strategy.  I’ve been on the defending side of a Moon Rock and it’s not exactly a fun experience.

Moon Rock, being a 3 tribute CannaBeast, can be tough to plant on the field.  Using a Golden State Banana and saving yourself from tributing 3 CannaBeasts is a phenomenal play.  The ability to essentially plant it as a normal Beast can instantly give you a massive leg up, especially if you already have a stacked field.

If you plan on building a Stash with at least one Moon Rock, a few Cloud Nines give you the potential to search for it without having to rely on RNG.  The peak of this strategy is having Cloud Nine and GSB in your hand at the same time, giving you the ability to search your Stash for a Moon Rock and play it without cost.  Once again, I’ve been on the defending side of this and it’s very tough to recover from.


Moon Rock: Pairs well with

Cloud Nine: Select one concentrate card from your deck and add it to your hand. You can't draw a card next turn. (Nutrient, Stash 3)

Golden State Banana: Transplant 1 concentrate CannaBeast from your hand to the field. You can't plant a CannaBeast the turn this card is activated. (Nutrient, Stash 1)

Resin Coal: Increase the attack of one of your Concentrate CannaBeasts on the field by 50 for this turn. When this turn ends, the selected CannaBeast is sent to the ashtray. (Ambush, Stash 2) - I’m not a big fan of this card, it making you send your Beast to the ashtray afterwards, but in a pinch if it could give you the boost you need to win than it’s worth it.


Thanks Cannafam!  Stay Stoney!

--Bruce Dougherty (Batman)


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