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@divine_exodus

Those are the Kithkin from Shadowmoor. Lorwyn Kithkin have normal eyes.
Posted By: JWolps (6/27/2011 12:23:58 PM)
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Why is this rated so low?
If you get a kithkin deck set up, this guy is a monster!
Posted By: UltimaCenturion (8/30/2009 2:59:49 PM)
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So for 1White, you get a 1/1 that get stronger for every Kithkin you control while attacking? Sounds good to me. Also great is that a lot of Kithkins have low mana costs. You could make a deck centered around him.
Posted By: John-Bender (4/10/2010 8:10:42 PM)
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I thought Kithkins had those pure white eyes, what happened to him?
Posted By: divine_exodus (2/2/2011 1:54:51 PM)
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This guy is a thuggin common. If you wanted to make some pauper kithkin action, he's a bomb.
Posted By: Sour_Diesel (11/23/2010 3:30:13 PM)
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this guy is a monster, with Ballynook Banneret he's a 1 drop and with the help of Cenn's Enlistment, easily attacks with a 3/3. Put a nice artifact on this guy such as a Whisperisk Cloak giving him shroud and evasion, he can overwhelm like a giant green creature. My favorite is getting multiple Cenn's Heir out as they build on each other. A few holy days to keep yourself in the game, and Surge of Thoughtweft to surprise and overwhelm. 5/5 in my Kithkin deck.

Though keep in mind he's useless outside of tribal, so my rating is based on my bias for him. and he looks like he needs some Tums..
Posted By: Richard_Hawk (9/24/2010 6:35:31 PM)
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He looks like he has a stomach ache.
Posted By: bram-s-wallace (10/7/2009 6:59:18 PM)
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Its a good idea, but I'm unimpressed. Llorwyn was based heavily on those Tribal "Creature Type" decks where all the creatures are of certain types and each one introduces a new effect that encompasses all the others of the same type. Kinda reminded me of slivers (cringes). Just one more reason to hold onto cards like Devistation and Extinction.
Posted By: Gibbons (5/18/2010 6:19:16 AM)
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The only difficulty is that Wizened Cenn provides the same boost (1 extra power per attacking Kithkin) but distributed evenly over your attackers, and on a 2/2 body, for the same cost (sans colour, which I guess might be relevant if you threw in some green). I suppose you could give this guy evasion, but kithkin are mostly a white weenie tribe and the Cenn is probably better for scoring an early win, particularly since he can hang back if he needs to whereas this guy can't.

Still good, but I'd prefer the Cenn as my 2-drop most of the time.
Posted By: LordRandomness (1/5/2012 4:42:05 PM)
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Supremely well-designed.

Benefits from a weenie horde in a color that relies on it, aggressively costed, and has a great couple of tribal types. What's not to love?
Posted By: Jannissary (2/12/2012 7:40:25 PM)
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