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I believe that, when you cast this, you flip the Penguin upside-down and place its rules text over the rules text of the enchanted creature.
Posted By: ORC_Yawgmoth (5/14/2010 9:41:08 AM)
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All I can think of is that R&D must put their auras on opposing creatures way different than us mere mortals.
Posted By: Tanaka348 (7/23/2010 6:08:45 PM)
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reminds me of the reminder text on Obsidian Fireheart
Posted By: Champion_Kitsune (10/15/2009 8:19:42 PM)
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This makes WAY more sense after reading the FAQTIWDAWCC: http://www.wizards.com/magic/tcg/article.aspx?x=magic/faq/unhinged
Posted By: C5r1a5z0y (5/17/2012 12:42:31 AM)
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Brion Stoutarm as a general + token generator (i.e., Darien, King of Kjeldor) + this = awesome EDH card? lol
Posted By: Musume (6/22/2010 5:53:24 AM)
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Hmm. I wonder if this could count as a Curse card?
Posted By: Totema (3/2/2012 11:42:56 AM)
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Maybe it should say it confuses its owner, instead of the enchanted creature?
Posted By: Darsidian (6/10/2012 7:21:47 AM)
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I think "confuse" refers to pokemon, which turned the pokemon upside down to signify confusion.
Posted By: car2n (4/7/2010 12:17:28 AM)
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CarZn, I think you're right...I think this is a pokemon reference XD
But yes, you put the fire-penguin text box over the text box of the enchanted dude.
Posted By: izzet_guild_mage (6/9/2010 4:13:49 PM)
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Curse turns the creature it enchants into a 6/5 Red Trampler Penguin, and when the creature goes to the graveyard the Curse returns to play enchanting a new creature.
Only confusing because of the way it is worded.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (3/1/2010 6:29:37 AM)
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Welcome to Theros!
Posted By: Majora_13 (11/29/2013 3:13:40 AM)
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Since this is the most obvious reading of how to use this card... here:

Simply put this Enchantment (upside down) over the lower half of the card being Enchanted. The enchanted card is now:
{Original card's name at time of enchantment}
{Original card's casting cost at time of enchantment}
{Original card's color at time of enchantment}
{Original card's artwork at time of enchantment}
Creature-Penguin
Set: Unhinged - Rare
Trample
When this creature is put into a graveyard from play, return Curse of the Fire Penguin from your graveyard to play.
Artist: Matt Thompson
6/5

Effectively, all of the card below the artwork becomes the upside-down portion of Curse of the Fire Penguin.
Posted By: JarieSuicune (10/7/2013 3:52:12 PM)
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That fighter person looks rather distraught, he probably realised he can't wield his weapon with flippers.
Posted By: BigBer (3/21/2013 4:09:21 PM)
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Well, as soon as MTG defines what "consumes, and confuses" are, I will tell you exactly what this card does!

But if you want to play with it, you need some house rules as to what consumes and confuses are. We can only assume that its flipping the card somehow, or else the creature part would be useless.

So when you enchantment a creature, you consume it and it ceases to exist. When Curse of the Fire Penguin leaves play, the enchanted creature gos into its owners graveyard. The confuse part just means to flip fire penguin. So, you enchant a creature, that creature gos away and you flip Fire Penguin getting a 6/5 trample. When fire penguin dies, put the enchanted creature in its owners graveyard and return Fire Penguin to its owners hand.

At least this is how I would do it. They want you to come up with your own method :D

Posted By: TheWrathofShane (11/9/2012 2:35:21 PM)
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Maybe it should say it confuses its owner, instead of the enchanted creature?
Posted By: Darsidian (6/10/2012 7:21:47 AM)
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This makes WAY more sense after reading the FAQTIWDAWCC: http://www.wizards.com/magic/tcg/article.aspx?x=magic/faq/unhinged
Posted By: C5r1a5z0y (5/17/2012 12:42:31 AM)
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Hmm. I wonder if this could count as a Curse card?
Posted By: Totema (3/2/2012 11:42:56 AM)
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woah
Posted By: penguinmage25 (11/10/2011 2:31:24 PM)
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you know, this seems like it would be interesting in a real consept. Aura's or some enchantment card that have no or little, or even harmful effects to the creature it is attached to, but when the creature dies, the enhancement comes back into play as a creauture :D
Posted By: TrueBloodWolf (7/10/2011 5:19:24 AM)
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Is this a precursor to or a parody on FPM (Fire Penguin Master, card creator)? EDIT Why am I being downgraded it was an honest question?
Posted By: Shadoflaam (5/28/2011 6:41:16 PM)
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