Survivor 10: +2 damage for each NPC in your depletion pile.
Survivor 25: Shuffle your depletion pile into your deck.
Upon deplete, your NPCs deal +3 damage for the next 3 turns.
Edmund is a remarkable commander, in the sense that his deeds excite great remark. Though he sees himself as a second Red Prince, after whom he was named, he demonstrates an astounding tendency to get more of his own men killed in a single day than that great leader did over the course of an entire campaign. And yet, through some quirk of fate or divine providence, he somehow manages to succeed in spite of his innumerable blunders which should leave him dead alongside his fallen troops.
You're willing to have him fight for your cause, in the hope that his tremendous fortune will prove beneficial. However, you doubt that you'll place anyone under his command.
How to Obtain
|Basic Packs||Advanced Packs|
|Special Pack||Sale Item / Chest|
|No||Green Chest of Untold Riches|
|Win From Battle Only||Specific Crafting|
|Temporarily From A Card|
Note: Card analysis is done by players and not official content of the game. Players may regard this as opinion.
Lord Edmund is one remarkable card inside cycle but more outside cycle decks, being the current only card to heal infinite with low requirements (cards like Lotus Fist can heal infinite but is much harder) Its depletion is also useful for cycles but the NPC boosting is worse than Sar Jocelyn the Red.
Rewlf2 03:37, February 17, 2012 (UTC)
Note: Since Deplete happens before calculating triggering of Survivor 25, it's safe to play him with only 20 cards in depletion (if you are sure you don't have any heal-on-deplete effects left)