- Q: Do neutral cards count as a class for the purposes of Synergy cards? A: No. Neutral is not a class; it indicates a card that does not have a class. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section
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I think this card is strong, and going to be pretty popular (as long as you're playing anything more than a monoseeker deck).
Firstly, it's a fast. This is great for both action efficiency and as a panic button (cause it doesn't provoke AoO).
Second, it's move to any revealed location. This is obviously why it has a chunky cost, but by hokey I think it's worth it.
Third, the cost itself. The XP cost is real low at 1, so it's not a hard card to slice in, and any investigator that can splash low-level seeker can take it (Poor Norman Withers, he's just not that nimble). And the resource cost is almost...a trick? It's real unlikely to cost you 5 because you're damn sure to have at least 1 Seeker card out - the only exception might be very near the start of the game, in which case you're also not likely to have explored many locations so the card isn't real useful. So, a realistic cost of 4. And with the Edge Of The Earth's cardbase encouraging multiclass card splashing with the synergy keyword and a new host of multiclass cards - on top the existing fact that of a lot of decks already have two class cards in. So outside of EotE a likely cost of 3, and in EotE (especially if Bob Jenkins is around) possibly even 2 or 1.
I'll mention that it has a single intellect and agility icon, which is something I guess if you really need them. But you'd never want to throw this into a skill test.
In conclusion, 1xp and 3ish resources for an instant "get me anywhere" card feels like a solid and powerful card. It's not cheap, and you might only pack a single copy. But. It lets you to flash to support any other player, to flash to any player to get support, or the safety to stay in a location to get that final clue. The list goes on. In short, it gives you a lot of options to capitalise on, and big ol' safety net to boot.