• Released on friday 31/12/10
  • Illustrator: Studio Makma
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Ability

Power of Wurmhol:

Defeat: Poison 1, Min 4

If Wurmhol loses the fight, at the end of each of the following rounds the number of Life points of the player controlling the opposing character will be reduced by 1, or up to a minimum of 4. If the number of Life points of the player controlling the opposing character is lower than or equal to 4, the ability will have no effect.

Bonus

Bonus :

Stop Opp. Ability

The opponent’s Ability is cancelled if they have one.

First evolution of the 2 different evolutions of this character :

  • GHEISTWurmholpicture
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    Power4AbilityUnlock ability at
    Damage1BonusStop Opp. Ability
  • GHEISTWurmholpicture
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    Power7AbilityDefeat: Poison 1, Min 4
    Damage1BonusStop Opp. Ability
61 characters
missions icon 22 missions
Bonus Stop Opp. Ability
GHEIST is an ultra-secret criminal organization that was founded at the end of the 70s by super-rich Doctor Sigmund GHEIST. In order to increase its numbers, it has decided to take control of Clint City and its gangs by hook or by crook.
  • At level 1: min 227 Clintz
  • At level 2: min 206 Clintz
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81 comments on Wurmhol

Friday 31/12/2010, 14:37

Wurmhol

This card isn't that strong. I was excited that a new GHEIST character was out but was disappointed when I saw Wurmhol ....
Yeah he is a filler but he is not that good as Z3r0 D34d and Arkn I'd even use Platinum or even Elke over this card but I think I'm being to rough on this card he also has a good side his defeat comes in handy 'cause it's poison but his poison is weak and it has a high minimum Defeat: poison 1, min 4 isn't very useful if his ability was at the minimum of 0 or his poison was a little higher let's say 2 he would have been good, if that was the case I'd use him over Platinum or even over Z3r0 D34d ....
People say that he is great together w/ Wardom? Terrible combination as you just made Wurmhol 's Defeat even more useless you see after Wurmhol has been defeated and activated Wardom 's revenge Wurmhol 's Defeat would be useless 'cause your opponent life would be at the poison's minimum thus making poison useless

Rating: 4.5/10 This wasn't GHEIST really needed what GHEIST needs now is a great 3* w/c can be a replacement for the CRAZY Elo Bans of Leviatonn and Bristone

Monday 10/01/2011, 03:31

if they make one of astrid's worms, why don't they make one of Warren's peanuts?

Monday 17/01/2011, 21:14

Wurmhol - 7/1 Defeat: Poison 1, Min 4

Hmm... First impression is that this card isn't terrible. Not great, but not terrible.

Pros-

-7 power is always nice
-Defeat: Poison means that something good will happen no matter what (except for SoA, of course smiley)
-A GHEIST 2* is a good thing

Cons-

-1 damage makes you hard pressed to... lose...
-Absolutely no bluff potential.
-Zero Dead and Arkn are both miles above this card
-4 is a highish min, losing to Freaks and most poisons
-GHEIST has no shortage of poison cards, all with lower mins than Wurmhol
-7 power isn't your friend when you're trying to lose.

So, I don't see much use in this card's future. He can only be played second, as any pillz on him are wasted, leaving no room for interpretation of your move. His ability is lacking as well, with a low poison in the first place undercut by a high min. He'll be used in beginner decks, but let me make a suggestion to them all: If you NEED poison, use Ludamilla. Same star count, one less power, but she'll work out better than this worm ever will.

Rating-

4/10, and that's partially due to the fact that some expert is bound to show me up and win ELO with him someday.

Sunday 16/01/2011, 20:16

i know i might get called a retard or something for this.... but if u think about it... GHEIST have cards like Anibal and Wardom, who use revenge to get a good boost.... so u have to sacrifice a card for tht, so if u use Wurmhol , you not simply wasting the round... you gettin in a poison, however weak it is, its still a minor irritation that could help you win.

rate me as you please

Friday 31/12/2010, 13:00

One of Astrid's worms? WTF?
Really creative smiley

Friday 18/03/2011, 05:38

Vryer's Experiment Log:

Experiment #167

Wurmhol

Since my lord and master, Doctor Sigmund, graciously allowed me to refuse doing a review on Astrid, I felt it was only fair that I do a review on her 'pet' worm, Wurmhol. The thing is just like her owner Astrid, both are more trouble than their worth. I mean, I know it was me who recommended Astrid to join GHEIST, but that was before I knew how crazy and psychotic she would become. I know she's my responsibility and all, and I'm very glad to meet someone else who is devoted to something they love, but even I cross the line when doing something that will likely destroy my sanity.

As Doctor Sigmund explained in his review, we found Astrid when she was lying in a gutter about to be taken up by Death. I managed to persuade Doctor GHEIST to allow me to experiment on her, as I could sense some sort of power inside of her. Worst choice I've made in my life. I brought her back to my lab, so I could figure out the reason why she wasn't allowed to eat. The reason was the 'power' I spoke of earlier. Inside of her, were little baby worms that blocked her immune system, preventing her from digesting solid foods.

Using my superior intellect, I managed to release the worms from her body, which increased her health dramatically, but also started her worm obsession. She spent days in her lab, experimenting and caring for her worms. She looked at them as if they were her own 'kids.' I pity the poor fool who gets hooked up with her. Anyway, one day, she decided to take her worms for a walk, which was a stupid idea in itself. And I was right. While preparing for another experiment, we received a report that Astrid had been arrested by Dayton of the Sentinel. I knew something like this was bound to happen.

Many of the GHEIST suggested that we leave her to rot in the Cell, since it was her own fault she was captured. I had to admit, they had a good point. What idiot walks in broad daylight when they are wanted all over Clint City for being part of a secret crime organization? Apparently, Astrid does. But I stepped in for her, saying that she was a fellow GHEIST, and that we couldn't abandon her. Many disagreed with me, but Dr. Sigmund said I was right, which is an insult, since I'm almost always right.

As the GHEIST were preparing for a raid, I took the opportunity to sneak into Astrid's labs, and observed some of her worms. Fascinating creatures, they were. So innocent, so cute, so... dangerous. Which meant they were perfect creatures to test some of my deadly serums on. Taking a random one from the vet, I hurried to my lab. Lying the poor worm out on the table, I injected the serum into him. At first he lay motionless, and I thought the serum had killed it. Sighing, I prepared to dispose of the worm, but then I looked as the creature started pulsating and slowly started growing bigger.

I looked as the creature was now at least 7 feet tall and 4 kilometers long. If it had been any longer or any taller, then it would have broken through the roof and the walls of the GHEIST base. Intrigued, I performed more tests on the creature, and was fascinated by what I saw. Apparently, the serum increased its age and as it got older, it got stronger. By the time I was done with my research, the GHEIST had managed to retrieve Astrid and had returned to the base. When Astrid first saw the worm, she was speechless. Suddenly, she ran and hugged it, as if she had just found a long-lost pet. I dared not tell her what I did to make her such, less I suffer for messing with her pets.

After a few days, the serum had made its way out of Wurmhol, the name of Astrid's new pet. She and the worm have gotten quite fond of each other; not to say she isn't fond of all the worms she grows, but she certainly does feel something for Wurmhol. Nowadays, we allow her to take walks in the sewer. It allows her to care for her worms, and keeps her out of the Sentinel's hands. Seeing as how more lethal and dangerous Wurmhol's poison was becoming, Sigmund made it a member of GHEIST. So whenever Astrid is fighting, Wurmhol will be right beside her, fending off danger.

...Heh. You know I just realized something. At the beginning of my review, I said that I cross the line when doing something will destroy my sanity. But performing all these henious experiments I do, I realized that a person's sanity could already be long gone when you do what I do. Don't believe me, look at Dr Saw. I rest my case.

Loyal scientist of GHEIST,
Vryer

Friday 31/12/2010, 13:46

one of astrid's worms ran away... hmm, that's... original... I guess...

Thursday 06/01/2011, 19:01

whats wrong with the concept for this card? i dont get why people are complaining. GHEIST are manufactured for the most part and within most genre of storyline in a movie basis, there is always a malfuntion and an irregularity which grows stronger and threatens people. classic storyline script. only problem with this cards release is the fact its a 2 star GHEIST really need a 3 star to fill in the void for elo bans! stats arent great however that ya can complain about smiley

Friday 31/12/2010, 14:37

shoulda put him in a comic or something, making a card about Astrid's worms...wow what next a card on Boohomas rats/mice or even better a charectar on Blassters Sterio which had stats of 8/8smileysmileysmiley

Friday 31/12/2010, 14:39

horrible they should just do to him what they do to worms... feed him to Adler, Niva or Pegh haha get it cuz their birds and birds eat worm... No ok smiley

Wednesday 17/08/2011, 06:05

After trying out Wurmhol, I found him to be one of those two stars you are quite pleased to draw.
Paired with characters who have revenge activated abilities, he's a free, poisonous ticket to their abilities
Used as offense, while he only has one damage the fact is no on will be expecting a card that does more damage by losing to attack. With a power of 7 and SoA for bonus he can go pill to pill with their more threatening cards.
Poison is often overlooked in people calculations. While this might sound like a flimsy point, are you going to remember when you run each outcome through your head to subtract that one life?
The minimum is "high", which is a downside, but if you use in ELO, with the new 14 starting life you can very often get most of the poison out onto him.
Your opponent will expect you to play him first- Don't- hit him with something else, you'd be suprised at how many 5+ damages you can get through with a teeny amount of pillz.

I have focused on his strong points, granted, but I'd consider using him both for fun and for competitive play (as it's all about the mind games)
7.5/10smiley

Sunday 16/09/2012, 04:17

People are wrong about this card, this card seems inferior to Z3r0 D34d but it actually isnt.
Z3r0 D34d has 7 power just like Wurmhol ,and they both can achieve 4 and 3 damage repectively
The difference between them isnt "who is better". Both have diferent mechanics,
-Z3r0 needs to pill so he gets his damage in the moment, to this i have to add, its pointless to dont pill him because he wont actually lose and enemy will have an even bigger advantage. So the downside of Z3r0 is that he has to waste pills to actually get hte 4 damage
-Wurmhol in the other hand needs to lose in the early rounds to get 3 damage, it may seem insignificant, but if you have other powerfull cards in your deck, the opponet might get scared of you sending other card in the first turn, so eh pills a bit in order to beat your card, thats when u use wormy, u dont waste pills and you poisoned the enemy.

Many people will say that it is predictable, but hey u are getting at least 2 free damage that will help you win the round if you have another high damaging card at the end of the round.

The only downside i can see is that the bluff is almost killed by attack manipulation or soa, but still thats 3 free damage and he has high base 7 power

Wednesday 29/01/2014, 00:02

Because of his ability there is really no point in winning with him -_-

This probally makes him the worst bluff in the entire game smiley

Saturday 21/05/2011, 20:48

a pretty useful card I think

on one side you have the SOA, which could be extremely effective against - opp life/pillz or poison, on the other side the opponent is poisoned! Haven't you ever sacrified a card in a battle to save pillz or make your opponent waste his pillz for nothing? And it only costs you 2 stars, which is also a great advantage for ELO and so on. Thus it's also possible that Wurmhol make your opponent think you'll absolutely use this card in the first round, so he uses less pillz than normal, while you cut your opp's life into half!

This card is in my opinion definately underrated and underpriced.

P.S.: my first serious comment rate green if you'll think twice before closing this window and looking for another cardsmiley

Saturday 27/08/2011, 18:16

Wurmhol = free 3 damage + SOA

I use him all the time and he wins me so many battles. Wai yoo Oh Sai eets Bhad ?