Best Deck & Talent for Charlga Razorflank in Warcraft Rumble

A not-so-popular Leader with great synergy with Minis.
Image of Charlga Razorflank and Minis in Warcraft Rumble artwork.
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From the Leaders in Warcraft Rumble, Charlga Razorflank isn’t a popular pick among players, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying her. Here’s a guide breaking down Charlga’s best deck and Talent in Warcraft Rumble.

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Warcraft Rumble: Charlga Razorflank Traits, Talents, and Leader Ability

What makes Charlga Razorflank not desirable to players is how squishy she is, but despite that downside, she can deal good Ranged damage. The Beast Leader dishes out percentage-based damage, roots foes with her attacks, and costs two or less for more Mini plays. 

Unfortunately, Charla can only attack ground enemies, so she’s at a disadvantage against Air Minis and the like. Her Leader Ability, Spirit Tangle, makes up for her weaknesses by making Minis in your hand share the same cost. With the proper cards, especially in PvP, having Charlga in play could really shift the momentum of a match in your favor. Below is a list of all of Charlga Razorflank’s Talents in Warcraft Rumble:

  • Spirit Passage: Minis played for 5 Gold gain a level and deploy in Stealth.
  • Cavernous Mists: Deploy cost reduced by 1.
  • Nature’s Grasp: Root two additional nearby targets, but deal half damage.

Best Deck & Talent for Charlga Razorflank in Warcraft Rumble

Charlga Razorflank will need the support of strong Minis to be viable since most of her advantages rely on making your hand cost less to play and boosting summoned Minis. Of all the Minis you can assign, the best deck for Charlga Razorflank will use Quilboar, Harpies, Whelp Eggs, Gnoll Brute, Defias Bandits, and either Necromancer or Worgen.

You can push lanes with Charlga, Necromancer/Worgen, and Gnoll Brute to destroy Guard Towers. Meanwhile, Quilboar, Harpies, and Defias Bandits can pressure enemies on other lanes, distract the map boss, or defend your home base. As usual for Whelp Eggs, use this Mini to deal with mobs of Melee enemies.

Tip:

You’ll want to start each battle by deploying Tank minis. Make sure to prioritize both the Quilboar and the Gnoll Brute, with the Quilboar being your highest priority. You’ll want to wait on deploying Prowler. It’s too expensive to deploy before its gold cost is reduced by Charlga later on in the match.

Considering Charlga’s strengths, her best Talent will be Cavernous Mists, whether PvE or PvP. The passive allows you to throw out high-cost Minis sooner. Spirit Passage is also good but requires having at least one five-cost Mini in your deck, so its overall value isn’t as great as Cavernous Mists. Charlga Razorflank might suffer in plenty of areas, but under the right conditions (and with strong Minis), she’ll surprise you with how useful she can be.

How to Unlock Charlga Razorflank

In Warcraft Rumble, Charlga Razorflank is a Beasts Faction boss. You can reliably unlock Charlga Razorflank by completing as much of the campaign as possible. Doing campaign missions gives you sigils and sigil-level rewards, which often give you random leader units. Keep unlocking these and you’ll eventually get Charlga.

Another method of getting Charlga is by getting her randomly on the G.R.I.D, though this is even more RNG-dependent. Charlga is also available to purchase with gold coins.

Warcraft Rumble can be a tough game if you go in not knowing exactly what to do. Check out our full Warcraft Rumble beginner guide here on Prima Games.

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