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Am I the only one for whom this card's name makes me think of a nice brunch entree?
Posted By: oldtimer96 (6/3/2011 9:01:40 PM)


Aaron’s Random Card Comment of the Day #39, 11/18/10

The MTGO-only Masters Edition set is the only set to date to get this card’s rarity correct. (Coming soon: Masters Edition 4, also with common Onulet.) It was uncommon in Antiquities and rare in Revised and Fourth Edition. There’s an uncut sheet of Fourth Edition rares hanging in one of R&D’s meeting rooms, and there’s little Onulet, everyone’s favorite bisected pink table, looking at me, licking his rusty pipe water.

Trying to understand why artifact creatures had the rarities they did in early core sets can be difficult. Clay Statue, a card that was incredibly difficult to fight against in limited, was common in Fourth and Fifth Edition. Dragon Engine, a 1/3, was common in Antiquities but rare in four consecutive core sets. Why did they think that card was worth printing at rare four different times? Danci... (see all)
Posted By: Aaron_Forsythe (11/18/2010 10:04:53 PM)


I dont think it's as bad as everyone makes it out to be. Cmc might suck but its a decent blocker good for quick life
Posted By: EvilCleavage (3/15/2010 6:46:08 PM)


This is actually a lot better than people give it credit for, especially whan it was printed. It's colorless, lets you gain life, and is a creature. Probably not rare material, but it'll do. (Is it a rare? I think so...)
Posted By: land_comment (2/25/2011 3:11:09 PM)


@oldtimer96: You can't make an Onulet without breaking a few Rukh Eggs
Posted By: sdfkjgh (6/17/2011 9:39:37 PM)


Near anagram for Soul Net
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (5/12/2010 9:35:59 PM)


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