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Queen of Crows
ModernDeathRareMonsterrift

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Queen of Crows Price Information:
Regular Foil Price (per BCX): $0.713 | Single BCX: $0.843 (1.18x)
Gold Foil Price (per BCX): $7.87 | Single BCX: $7.954 (11.16x)
Gold Foil vs Regular Foil: 11.04x
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Abilities
1 1 - 2 0 2 0 0 11
2 5 1 2 0 2 0 0 12
3 14 2 2 0 2 0 0 12
4 25 4 2 0 2 0 0 13
5 40 7 2 0 2 0 0 13
6 60 11 3 0 2 0 0 13
7 85 16 3 0 2 0 0 13
8 115 22 3 0 3 0 0 13
Skill analysis
Close Range
Can perform ranged attacks from the first position. This ability is only found on Ranged monsters.
Headwinds
Reduces the Ranged attack of all enemy Monsters.
Slow
Reduces the Speed of all enemy Monsters by 1.
Return Fire
When hit with a Ranged attack, Monsters with Return Fire will return reduced damage back to their attacker.

Damage returned is equal to damage of attacker divided by 2, rounded up.
🌟 Queen of Crows ratings
Bronze league
3 / 10
Silver league
4.4 / 10
Gold league
5.7 / 10
Diamond league
5.8 / 10
💞 Top cards to play with Queen of Crows
Queen of Crows's Return Fire ability receives a boost from Cabalist's Amplify ability.
Queen of Crows benefits from Scavo Technomancer's Rust ability.
Queen of Crows's Return Fire ability works well with Venator Kinjo's Amplify ability.
Queen of Crows's Thorns ability receives a boost from Weirding Warrior's Amplify ability.
Queen of Crows's Return Fire ability receives a boost from Venari Spellsmith's Amplify ability.
💀 Best counters against Queen of Crows
Queen of Crows is a good counter against Queen of Crows.
Riftwing is a good counter against Queen of Crows.
Fallen Specter is a good counter against Queen of Crows.
Onyx Sentinel is a good counter against Queen of Crows.
Harklaw is a good counter against Queen of Crows.
Ruleset analysis
Good rulesets for Queen of Crows
Amplify increases the damage of all counters, making Queen of Crows a good choice in this ruleset.
Queen of Crows can be used as a good focus fire target in the 'Target Practice' ruleset.
Since there are no Magic attackers in the 'Lost Magic' ruleset, it makes debuffs affecting Melee monsters (Demoralize) or Ranged monsters (Headwinds) more valuable
Queen of Crows has several abilities suitable for ranged-only fights (Close Range, Headwinds, Return Fire), making it one of the best cards in the game for the 'Going The Distance' ruleset.
Queen of Crows has two abilities suitable for no-melee fights (Return Fire, Headwinds), making it a great card for the 'Keep Your Distance' ruleset.
In the 'Unprotected' ruleset, Queen of Crows's damage no longer needs to fight through armor. Furthermore, Queen of Crows doesn't have any armor, so it gets no disadvantages from this ruleset.
Queen of Crows is a good tank but doesn't have Taunt. In the 'Fog of War' ruleset, it is more likely to receive most of the damage from the enemy team.
Bad rulesets for Queen of Crows
Since Queen of Crows has Slow, it essentially speeds up the opposing team in the 'Reverse Speed' ruleset.
Queen of Crows is a good tank, however in the 'Aimless' ruleset where everyone has Scattershot it's less likely to take the brunt of the damage.
Since Queen of Crows is a Ranged monster and doesn't have Reflection Shield, it will take damage every time it attacks in the 'Return Fire' ruleset.
Ineligible rulesets for Queen of Crows
Queen of Crows costs 9 mana to cast, so it can't be used in 'Little League'.
Queen of Crows has no melee attack, so it cannot be played in the 'Up Close & Personal' ruleset.
Queen of Crows has ranged damage, so it cannot be played in the 'Broken Arrows' ruleset.
Queen of Crows has an odd mana cost, so it can't be used in 'Even Stevens'.
Queen of Crows has no magic damage, so it cannot be played in the 'Wands Out' ruleset.