In this article, I’ll be putting the spotlight on the Bird card, “Heart Break.”
As of December 2021, this card has 120 base damage, provides 20 shields, and costs 1 energy. It also inflicts 2 stacks of Morale- on the target for 2 rounds.
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How Is Heart Break Used?
This card is used mainly to dish out massive amounts of damage. It’s also used to drastically reduce your opponent’s Morale, making their critical strikes deal and hit less, while also making them entering Last Stand less likely.
It’s especially useful against Beasts, Mechs, and Bugs because of their natural disadvantage against Birds. It’s also great against teams with high Morale.
What Kind of Axies/Teams Use Heart Break?
Most of the Axies that use this card are damage-dealer Bird Axies. Heart Break deals a lot of damage, which makes it one of the top Bird cards in terms of offensive potential.
It’s also a great card for backdoor Birds because of its high base damage, but Eggbomb and Blackmail are still the best choices in my opinion.
Pros and Cons of the Heart Break Card
- deals high damage and provides good shields
- inflicts 2 stacks of Morale- on the target
- effect is only useful against high-Morale enemies
Heart Break Card Synergies
- Dark Swoop
- Dark Swoop is the standard backdoor card for Birds; pairing it with Heart Break allows the user to gain access to the backline and dish out tons of damage
- Air Force One, All-out Shot, Cool Breeze, Early Bird, Eggbomb, Feather Lunge, Headshot, Heart Break, Insectivore, Peace Treaty, Puffy Smack, Risky Feather, Soothing Song
- high-damage Bird cards that when paired with Heart Break creates a damage dealer Bird Axie
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