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Posted by karne (31st Mar 2008, 08:12) - http://wizards.com

Annnnd.. they're off!

Godhead of Awe: Eeep

Grim Poppet (wizards.com): Insane version of Biskelion - fun with Unstable Mutation (resources.wizards.com)

Rhys the Redeemed (www.wizards.com): Good but somehow lacking awesome?


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 karne ( 31st Mar 2008, 08:13, Rank: GSV )  reply

I love the flavour of this set! :)


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 karne ( 31st Mar 2008, 10:01, Rank: GSV )  reply

Btw - since it'll probably be important for this set, P/T modifiers work in the following stack:

(6a) effects from characteristic-defining abilities; (as in the Godhead of Awe)

(6b) all other effects not specifically applied in 6c, 6d, or 6e; (e.g. Giant Growth)

(6c) changes from counters;

(6d) effects from static abilities that modify power and/or toughness but don’t set power and/or toughness to a specific number or value; ('Enchantment: All creatures gets +1/+1')

(6e) effects that switch a creature’s power and toughness

So a Spike Soldier (resources.wizards.com) in the presence of Godhead of Awe is a 4/4 that can become a 7/7 and not die at the end of turn.


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 karne ( 31st Mar 2008, 10:15, Rank: GSV )  reply

Load more of them here: (www.wizards.com)

Inkfathom Infiltrator: Argh shadow Rogue!

Wingrattle Scarecrow (wtf?): Shows off 'Persist' one of the new mechanics. Very good?

Leech Bonder: Um. Brain xplode!

Ballynock Cohort: Efficient.

Wilf-Leaf Cavaliers: Ditto.


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 gaspode ( 31st Mar 2008, 18:16, Rank: Killer Rabbit )  reply

The hell you say? This is some weirdness right here... It looks a lot better than Lorwyn though!

Not sure about that there untap symbol ;) Now I have to keep an eye on what's tapped as well as what's untapped? ARG!


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 karne ( 1st Apr 2008, 11:13, Rank: GSV )  reply

Thought Reflection (www.wizards.com): A little 'win-more'

Mossbridge Troll (www.wizards.com): That's a *very* angry troll! I wonder what's living under the other hideaway lands? (Dragon.. dragon.. (ww2.wizards.com) (forums.mtgsalvation.com))

For below (www.wizards.com)

Tattermunge Witch: Very Grull

Swans of Bryn Argoll: Might make for an interesting alternate sink for an En-Kor deck. Add pestilence for card draw.

Order of Whiteclay: Unexpected in white. And another example of 'Q'.

Curse of Chains: Fantastic design - useful on both sides of the board, see above.

Finally.. someone at Wizards is smoking good stuff - see the Pirates vs Ninjas Duel Deck (www.wizards.com). ;)


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 karne ( 2nd Apr 2008, 17:39, Rank: GSV )  reply

Dusk Urchins (www.wizards.com): Evil Ouphe!

Wilt Leaf Liege (www.wizards.com): Watch Wolf's new best friend?


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 karne ( 2nd Apr 2008, 17:44, Rank: GSV )  reply

Twilight Aura (forums.mtgsalvation.com): Just hard enough to use to be fun :)


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 Hack ( 2nd Apr 2008, 21:16, Rank: Cylon Centurion )  reply

I guess that the Mossbridge Troll is just very very old ...


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 Hack ( 11th Apr 2008, 09:14, Rank: Cylon Centurion )  reply

I like the new symbol on (www.wizards.com) : scary Fae!


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 Benedict ( 11th Mar 2010, 05:04, Rank: Headcrab )  reply

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