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O hai Enormous Baloth!
Posted By: occamsrazorwit (12/2/2011 9:48:56 PM)


Run with Sanctuary Cat to take out that pesky Krosan Cloudscraper.
Posted By: SirZapdos (2/7/2012 2:31:40 PM)


Alice... What have you done...?
Posted By: Cyberium (11/12/2010 10:39:39 AM)


Love the cat. Love the effect. Love the card.
Posted By: A0602 (7/8/2010 5:57:08 PM)


@CrowJonSnow: actually, it isn't true. If you read ther ruling, there is this note:
Effects that modify the targeted creature's power or toughness, such as the effects of Giant Growth or Honor of the Pure, will apply to it no matter when they started to take effect. The same is true for counters that change the creature's power or toughness (such as +1/+1 counters) and effects that switch its power and toughness.
I think they changed the rules, because I would have agreed with you, if I haven't read the ruling... I think it's a little more easy in the this way, because is like you change only the values written at the right bottom of the card, not counting every other effects.

I think that I would prefer Ovinize because is more hilarious and the creature loses its abilities too... However, this is still funny!


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Posted By: leomistico (11/11/2011 3:03:40 PM)


Everyone is missing the main point! This can pump up an eldrazi spawn to do combat damage!
Posted By: Kurhan (8/6/2010 6:06:11 PM)


Tap, Blue

Meow, Walletslayer.
Posted By: Azazyel (7/8/2010 6:08:26 PM)



Yeah, Snakeform is great, but Diminish is far from "bad." Ease up dude =)
Posted By: VirtueVsVice (7/8/2010 5:15:44 PM)


This card has some layering interactions that are more complex than most commons in a core set. I just learned that if my opponent casts Giant Growth on a creature and then I Diminish that creature, the Diminish won't stop the Giant Growth effect because of the layer order the effects are applied. And it doesn't matter which spell was cast first. Giant Growth always tops Diminish. That seems counter-intuitive and I bet it won't be played that way around a million kitchen tables. Arguments will end like this: "Diminish says it's a 1/1, so it's a 1/1!!! I block, it's dead!!!"
Posted By: GainsBanding (9/14/2010 2:54:42 AM)



snakeform does the same thing with the advantage of replacing itself for 2 more mana...
check ovinize. this is a new version of that card, though honestly better IMO.
Posted By: raegbund (7/14/2010 5:02:22 PM)