|Ability||Growth : Power & Damage +1|
|Released||September 17, 2017|
|Stats lv 1||2/1|
|Stats lv 2||4/1|
|Stats lv 3||6/1 (Ability activated)|
RIP Doc Ollie, who was double bluffing everyone. On the one hand, disguising herself as a man so as to be taken seriously as an apothecary, and on the other, producing more and more so-called miraculous concoctions based on some pretty dubious chemistry.
Advantages & Disadvantages
- On turn 1, she's either a 7/2 with Night Bonus , which is fair, or an 8/3, which is great for a 3 star.
- By turn 4, she's a 10/5 w/ Night Bonus or an 11/6, which is amazing, especially for a 3*.
- This card is hugely reliant on its Ability and Bonus : Any SoA, SoB, or All-Stop will destroy her.
- She's also a beat stick: she inflicts no additional effects than Damage, so Damage reducers are this card's kryptonite.
- She's based off the patent medicine doctors of the 19th century.
- Her first level artwork is very similar to Nigel West Dickens, a character from the western-themed action-adventure video game, Red Dead Redemption.