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Immortal Maize Walker (★★★★★)
Useless Swamp icon.png
Immortal Maize Walker.jpg

Card Type

Creature

Faction

Useless Swamp

Magic Cost

5

Attack

11

Defense

36

Rarity

★★★★★

Floop Ability

Deal 33 Damage to any opposing Corn creature.

Floop Cost

3

Immortal Maize Walker is a 5 Star, Algebraic Rare Useless Swamp creature in Card Wars. It can be obtained through the Algebraic Chest, or through crafting at the Card Forge.

Strategy[]

Overview[]

This card is great for destroying high damage corn cards or just tanking some damage. But this card can do better if it could use its floop ability on other factions, not just corn.

Tips[]

The Maize Walker is best placed in a lane opposite a Cornfield to deal the most damage. If the opposing lane is not a cornfield or a corn creature, the Maize Walker could use some damage boosters such as the Corn Parthenon, Corn Castle, or Ghost Castle.

Counter[]

It is best to use Useless Swamp creatures to deal with the Maize Walker such as Dr. Death. Sandy Lands cards could also be put into play to lower the Walker's defense. Volcanoes can also be used in getting rid of it.

Crafting[]

Immortal Maize Walker can be crafted using

Notes[]

Trivia[]

  • Like in the episode, When summoned the Immortal Maize Walker is summoned it makes the sound "I LOVE CORN!!!"
  • Unlike in the episode, Cornfields don't give the Immortal Maize Walker triple damage.

Immortal Maize Walker (★★★★★)
Useless Swamp icon.png
Immortal Maize Walker Gold.png

Card Type

Creature

Faction

Useless Swamp

Magic Cost

5

Attack

16

Defense

54

Rarity

★★★★★

Floop Ability

Deal 33 Damage to any opposing Corn creature.

Floop Cost

3

Immortal Maize Walker is a 5 Star, Algebraic Rare Useless Swamp creature in Card Wars. It can be obtained through the Algebraic Chest, or as loot in battle. It is the 2nd-10th place Gold Card in the 9th Deck Wars Tournament.


Strategy[]

Overview[]

Tips[]

Counter[]

Crafting[]

Trivia[]

Bugs[]

  • The texture of the creature is glitched. Its face is pointed downward, therefore making it unable to be seen.
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