When new wax is unavailable to reform a fallen Waxer, the more selfless Reformed choose to donate a portion of their own form to the resurrection.
As Sacrificial Resurrection consumes a lot of cards in the deck, while leaving the player to control which cards are consumed, it is a card that can prepare an Infinite.
Sacrificial Resurrection consumes all other cards in the player's hand, regardless of their type. It can therefore be used as an efficient way to remove Scourges and temporarily remove Blights, including those that cannot normally be consumed or purged. Since cards in the consumed pile still count as part of the player's deck, effects that check the number of Blights in the player's deck, such as the summon trigger of Dante the Deceptive, will still count cards consumed by Sacrificial Resurrection.
As consumed cards and dead units share a pile, unit cards consumed with Sacrificial Resurrection can be reformed.
See: Version History
|1.0.0||Added Sacrificial Resurrection.|