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Evolve checks the power and toughness in order to trigger the ability and a second time when it is resolved. So when Angel of Glories Rise etb multiple instances of evolve may trigger, but not all of them will necessarily resolve. So stack the triggers accordingly!

A good example for limited would be casting Experiment One and then Knight Watch. When the two 2/2 Knights etb two instances of evolve will trigger and stack. When the first one resolves EO becomes a 2/2 and the second instance will fizzle.
Posted By: collapsed_wave (1/31/2013 10:29:20 AM)


I feel like this is underwhelming compared to Champion of the Parish. Why the heck does white get more powerful creatures than green? But aside from that, the fact that you can see his internal organs is so freakin' cool. Imagine him at a rave!
Posted By: OrgasmandTea (2/4/2013 1:56:22 PM)


I see a nice curve for a casual stompy deck into t2 Strangleroot Geist and t3 Leatherback Baloth or Groundbreaker.

This guy swings for 2 on turn 2 AND has a regen ability for no mana. I love that. Stacks up nicely against Rakdos Cackler.
Posted By: steev (2/8/2013 11:27:28 AM)


@Kaeru_Jones: Any good scientific experiment would need control groups and a lot of test subjects. Maybe what you're seeing is not so much the actual Experiment One, but the test subject.
Posted By: Toquinha1977 (2/8/2013 12:13:57 PM)


@Kaeru_Jones, it does not say "first" it says experiment "one" meaning it has a place holder of 1 among future experiments (ex: experiments 2, 3, 4) and experiment one was simply replicated because It was obviously successful.

I guess Simic likes to keep it's test tube monsters organized :P
Posted By: Osprey_93 (2/22/2013 12:45:32 PM)


Human Ooze, lol, I thought I would never see that coming. "Experiment One" appears right below another one in the text box, it looks so odd.
Posted By: whoiam (4/21/2013 6:10:14 AM)


One of the best non-rare creatures this set, first turn drop and can grow very quickly. Although it is 'human', it doesn't work so well in human tribal decks as there are few humans that are more than 2 for either attribute. It's not Champion of the Parish, but it's can be very strong anyway.
Posted By: HowardTreesong (3/3/2013 3:12:45 AM)


Normally I comment on the cards for what they do.
But this is so scary, I just want to put an emphasis on that.
Posted By: Dabok (1/22/2013 3:40:12 PM)


@marmaris74: Bro, do you even card advantage? If you Bolt my Experiment One twice, you just 2-for-1ed yourself. Over a one drop, no less. And if you trade your 5/5 for my Experiment One, that's probably a pretty good deal in terms of mana investments too.

I do agree with you on his ability being only situationally useful. But the fact that it can either deter a single Bolt from being played or eat two for the team... definitely not bad.
Posted By: BilliamQ (1/27/2013 2:00:55 AM)


I'm already excited for Experiment Two!
Posted By: Purplerooster (1/23/2013 2:50:24 PM)