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@Enchantment_Removal: Uh, yeah, that would have actually made this absurdly broken.
Posted By: Chosen_of_the_Dark_Sun (7/9/2010 3:12:01 PM)
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I myself like the fact that now, each color has its own "opponent color targeted" card.

Combust for red,
Autumn's Veil for green,
Flashfreeze for blue,
Deathmark for black, and
Celestial Purge for white.

Just the fact that each does something iconic to its color to the opponent colors is nice now that there is an actual cycle.
Posted By: Mekh (7/14/2010 11:25:43 AM)
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Play the mind game; cast this during your upkeep.

Definitely a Canadian dryad. Look at all those maple leaves floating around.
Posted By: LiXinjian (7/23/2010 6:59:16 PM)
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Actually the list of black counterspells is a bit longer than two. Countersquall, Dromar's Charm, error from Trial // Error, Perplex, Punish Ignorance, Soul Manipulation, Undermine, Withering Boon and the already mentioned Dash Hopes. but of course, all but two of these cards are also blue.

The use of this card is maybe more for legacy and vintage. where we already see Guttural Response, which is worse in every point except it's manacost.

A good trick with this, is to use it as a Overmaster leaving the opponent in the though choice.

I like the fact that it can both counter counterspells and removal.
Posted By: theis999 (9/5/2010 6:54:42 AM)
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Green's counterspell
Posted By: OutlawD1 (7/8/2010 12:49:27 PM)
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Oh a pelakka wurm? I'll just doomblade it...wait wut?
Posted By: U-caster (7/8/2010 1:52:24 PM)
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@internox10
In all recent core sets, each color gets a card that hates its enemy colors. There was even an article a few weeks ago talking about how the green one would be new. How could you NOT call it?
Posted By: Folesauce (7/9/2010 1:34:56 PM)
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I think Vines of the Vastwood is better at protecting against removal, but this might be more desirable given that Mana Leak is back. I'm not really sure how to evaluate this for limited.
Posted By: Vinifera7 (7/9/2010 5:21:20 PM)
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i feel like this should have had split-second, so it wouldn't be able to be countered.
Posted By: Eternal_Blue (7/10/2010 8:29:18 PM)
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another green "no against no" spell. heehee. =3
Posted By: Wratharrow (7/14/2010 11:16:37 PM)
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@ Gormaol this game is for players ages 13 and up. come back in 5 years when your old enough.

Clearly Tcollins was making a joke
Posted By: Marlo12345 (9/6/2012 1:24:36 PM)
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This card stops Withering Boon, a fact that most other people seem to have missed. Other than that, most of the black counters that aren't also blue have already been mentioned multiple times. Mostly because nobody knows about Withering Boon, because it's not really that strong.

On that subject, it also protects from blue removal: Pognify.

Anyway, this is a decent sideboard card overall. It's a nice way for an aggro deck to push through counters and removal. It's useful against both blue control and black everything.
Posted By: Fanaticmogg (8/12/2011 12:47:50 AM)
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It's an okay Sideboard choice as it is right now.
I'd prefer this as a cantrip, but maybe this would make it a too powerful combo ensurance then:
As opposed to Insist or Overmaster, this is an instant afterall, so this will normally cost your opponent at least one card too if you use it correctly.
So this makes it more powerful if you play against the right opponent - but is a dead card if not.

For creatures i still prefer Vines of Vastwood, which will always find use especially since it can be kicked for a strength boost.
Posted By: Mode (6/12/2011 1:19:41 PM)
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this card pwns u nubtards, and tcollins, if you used that card in legacy/vintage, you would get raped harder than a tree with black lotus leaves, now stfu
Posted By: Gormaol (2/27/2011 2:33:09 PM)
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You:"HAHA IT RESOLVED! NOW I TAP OUT AND PLAY Ulamog, The Infinite Gyre or any other fatty without worrying about it being countered!!!" MWAHAHHAAHAHAHA

Opponent: "I'll cast Mana Tithe"
Posted By: tcollins (12/11/2010 5:05:24 AM)
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This helps green get out that one fatty you need to win the game. Bye bye blue counter spells and black kill spells!!! A very nifty card.
Posted By: Beastlygreen (9/21/2010 8:06:40 PM)
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Actually the list of black counterspells is a bit longer than two. Countersquall, Dromar's Charm, error from Trial // Error, Perplex, Punish Ignorance, Soul Manipulation, Undermine, Withering Boon and the already mentioned Dash Hopes. but of course, all but two of these cards are also blue.

The use of this card is maybe more for legacy and vintage. where we already see Guttural Response, which is worse in every point except it's manacost.

A good trick with this, is to use it as a Overmaster leaving the opponent in the though choice.

I like the fact that it can both counter counterspells and removal.
Posted By: theis999 (9/5/2010 6:54:42 AM)
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Green... says no? What a concept! 4/5
Posted By: VoidedNote (8/25/2010 2:42:38 PM)
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Sideboarded this in my Eldrazi Green versus an Esper Control deck.

"I play Eldrazi Monument."
"Deprive it."
"No."
*blank stare*

<3 mono-green in standard right now, so many fun options! :D
Posted By: MrBarrelRoll (8/18/2010 12:16:42 AM)
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Yeah this was pretty inevitable given the power curve shifting back to blue.
Posted By: coyotemoon722 (8/13/2010 1:06:51 AM)
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