@the oracle Bloodh on his own looks great on paper. One problem though, he doesn't work very well with the rest of his clan. Piranas are all about pillz manip, that is why Bloodh is, in many decks, passed up in favor of Selma, Dalhia, or even Ahkab in ELO.
A clan doesn't have to be based on one thing all the time . Seriously they can be on very different things!
Bloodh solves the weakness (Main one) of losing to cards like Azel , losing the game .
And with the pillz you keep on reducing , makes it an easier win.
@the oracle: The key to playing most risky cards isn't making an all-in or all-out decision on the first turn. Imagine that you have Baldovino and someone like Esmeralda or Akendram. Why not just open with them?
If your opponent underpills, you land poison at low cost, yay!
If your opponent overpills a bit, now Baldovino starts looking really intimidating...