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- Playing As Seagull
- Seagull best played as an opportunist rather than a bully. Even the meekest characters are capable of deadly retaliation if they survive due to Seagull's bad defense, evasion, and health pool.
- Johnathan Rush reduces the victim's defense by 1. Use this to your advantage, especially when in a desperate situation.
- Jonathan Rush combos extremely well with any offensive battle card, such as or even .
- Cards that cause multiple battle phases, like , may backfire, as giving an opponent the ability to counter attack multiple times will usually result in death.
- If planning on using expensive battle cards to secure kills, may be worth while. It greatly reduces their cost and allows for Johnathan Rush to be played in the same turn for much cheaper.
- is downright required, as Seagull's best game plan is to kill steal and Jonathan Rush enables this.
- is a double edged sword. It does allow Seagull to catch up to weak enemies, but also allows other players like to catch up to Seagull. Offensive characters like can take advantage of this to score easy wins off of Seagull.
- Playing Against Seagull
- Due to Seagull's passive, is often the best way to take stars from him.
- Seagull's weak defensive stats make it susceptible to bullying. Offensive characters such as or can take advantage of this.
- will ruin a Jonathan's day. Not only does it counter Johnathan Rush, but it also causes it to lose half of its stars.
- and are also good counters to Jonathan Rush.
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