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4 for 4/4 across 2 dudes?
In relevant creature types?
Yes please.
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (1/31/2010 9:23:44 PM)
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A Hill Giant that brings a friend along for the fight? Good for limited!
Posted By: Talcos (4/5/2010 11:55:15 AM)
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This is gold in my casual warrior deck. It's an already efficient 4/4 for 4, and with two creatures, so you can't simply Terminate it and be rid of it. Plus it makes two warriors, which is amazing with Bramblewood Paragon. There were better options for constructed, but this guy is still pretty useful. 3.5/5.
Posted By: dudecow (3/16/2010 11:48:59 PM)
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Necessary for Morningtide Limited.
Posted By: UNBAN_SHAHRAZAD (3/31/2010 7:24:31 PM)
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Big oak. Little friends.
Posted By: beau831 (12/29/2008 9:21:12 AM)
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Aaron’s Random Card Comment of the Day #11, 10/11/10

In a vacuum, I adore this card. I love creatures that make tokens, specifically as a subset of creatures that give you more than a card’s worth of value. (Why should the máss removal and card drawing players be the only ones capable of generating such a resource advantage? Answer: They shouldn’t.) On top of that, the card is about as simple and elegant as they come.

So simple and elegant, in fact, that Mark Rosewater claims to have submitted it as part of the design handoff for seven different sets, and it was removed all six times prior to Morningtide. Always codenamed “Moose and Squirrel”—a reference to an ancient cartoon called “Rocky and Bullwinkle,” for those of you not over 30—it was initially designed for inclusion in Urza’s Saga almost a decade before. It is ironic that the set it ultimately ended up being printed in not only didn’t have squirrel tokens, but actually contained another green c... (see all)
Posted By: Aaron_Forsythe (10/11/2010 2:01:22 PM)
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Not a spectacular card, by any stretch of the imagination. However, in my unique Pandemonium/warrior tribal, he fits very, very well as a finisher. Pandemonium + Obsidian Battle-Axe/Ronin Warclub and this guy means 11 damage to the face plus 7 damage from attacking, provided the Battle-Axe is on the field.
Posted By: Gwafa_Hazid (12/31/2009 2:25:54 PM)
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The thing that everyone is overlooking is.. this is a treefolk you -don't- play in a treefolk deck. The token and the treefolk are both warrior sub type, you find cards that affect warriors like lovisa, or etc. and it affects both the treefolk and the token. So, for example if you have a creature that says all warriors get +1/1 you effectivley get a 4/4 and the equivalent of a grizzlybear. If your playing a tribal treefolk deck then don't bother.
Posted By: Donovan_Fabian (1/14/2010 3:58:52 AM)
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“Irony-Root Treefolk.”? Really Aaron you can do better.
Posted By: TPmanW (11/1/2010 9:56:08 PM)
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Better Treefolk out there.
Posted By: JReade89 (9/11/2009 2:54:44 PM)
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