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This does get around Tajuru Preserver whereas the other edicts do not.
Posted By: RuscoJames (5/24/2011 8:13:32 PM)


Sacrifice didn't appear as a mechanic in Portal Three Kingdoms, that is why it is destroyed instead of sacrificed. All those that have it now from the set (Xiahou Dun, the One-Eyed, Fire Bowman, and Loyal Retainers) had their official text changed only later, and make no references to sacrifice on the printed cards.

The three Portal sets each used a more restrictive vocabulary to try to introduce the game to new players.
Posted By: NobuTheBard (11/13/2013 5:25:50 PM)


and Sigarda thought she was safe...
Posted By: adrian.malacoda (4/26/2012 10:45:46 PM)


This is my favorite card in Magic purely because of flavor.
Posted By: 001010011100101110 (12/16/2011 7:33:52 AM)


"Destroy it." is a pretty halting sentence.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (5/14/2012 9:55:59 PM)


Not just any edict.
Posted By: garbagegatherer (3/17/2010 4:55:51 AM)


Changing this back to the portal text is silly, because Cruel Edict, in its original printing in Portal Second Age, had the exact same rules text on it. It is very inconsistent to have two cards with the same rules text function differently.
Posted By: Titanium_Dragon (9/3/2009 3:34:13 AM)


nice typo FLAVOUR-TEXT Writer
Posted By: Purple_Shrimp (4/30/2012 5:37:25 PM)


Now with the "new" legend rule aka "the great nerfing of clones."
This is one of the few ways I can kill Geist or Sigarda.
Posted By: The_USAgent (5/23/2013 9:18:58 PM)


Not bad, it destroys creatures even if they have shroud, since it only targets an opponent... kind of like a crappy version of Diabolic Edict.
Posted By: nammertime (11/13/2009 2:07:21 PM)