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The Paruns were the ten original guild leaders that signed the guildpact thousands of years ago. Some of them were still around at the time of Ravnica block, some weren't. Niv-Mizzet is a Parun, but Savra isn't.
Posted By: Zulp (9/23/2010 12:55:39 PM)
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I have an EDH monowhite equipment deck with Kemba, kha regent as general. I was browsing for equipment, and when I saw this, I nearly drooled. Such a nice piece of equipment for a general, both gamewise and flavourwise.
Posted By: Sironos (6/6/2011 1:30:18 PM)
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techs with Priest of Titania and friends, but Staff of Domination probably does this better.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (9/1/2010 7:55:07 AM)
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Another card impeded by the M10 rules changes.

Was it worth it, Wizards?
Posted By: JFM2796 (9/26/2011 4:59:45 PM)
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Rakdos the Defiler, Lord of Riots: the oldest, most consistent, most powerful Guild Leader. A Parun.
Niv-Mizzet the Firemind, Dracogenius: probably the second-oldest Parun.

Svogthos, the Restless Tomb: Golgari's Guildmaster history is wierd. Being what they are, I'm not sure a Golgari guildmaster has ever been really destroyed. Svogthos I believe was their representative in the original Guildpact spell.
Szadek, Lord of Secrets: No doubt one of the oldest beings on Ravnica (or Argyrem now), but I think not a very great deal older than Isperia. Certainly younger than Rakdos, but nearly as powerful because has brain.

Obzedat and Azor: the Ghost Council of Orzhova is probably both the most rotating but the least changing Guildmaster on Ravnica, and is as stale and dead as ever. It's kind of Rakdos' THI... (see all)
Posted By: DarthParallax (2/14/2013 5:30:04 AM)
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I think this is an underrated card.
Posted By: MtgTGG (11/17/2008 1:31:26 PM)
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Hold the phone. I don't care if it's a collect call.

So let me get this straight: This is a colourless artifact that gives the equipped creature the ability to untap for only 3?

As in, once you have 4 forests and equip this to Rofellos, Llanowar Emissary, you have infinite mana? And you can play that in an Ezuri elf EDH deck?

Ok, good. You can go back to your phone sex or whatever.
Posted By: Ferlord (6/3/2013 5:17:23 AM)
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The Paruns are just the heads of each guild, so each guild has a Parun.
Posted By: achilleselbow (8/2/2010 2:59:41 PM)
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Stack tricks were too confusing for new players, and bad for the game.
This is still a fine card without the stack tricks.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (1/16/2013 7:51:23 AM)
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@kryptnyt It's too bad Staff of Domination was banned in EDH, for anyone who doesn't understand why this card is underrated I will try to the best of my ability to explain

Artifact — Equipment
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As long as equipped creature is tapped, tapped creatures you control get +2/+0.
garbage nobody cares about
As long as equipped creature is untapped, untapped creatures you control get +0/+2.
nobody cares about this either

3:You may tap or untap equipped creature.
This is the only thing anyone cares about, its not quite Pemmin's Aura or Freed from the Real but hey its colorless and it's what you are gonna run in EDH if you aren't running blue but need an untap engine for your combo
Equip 3
Posted By: D34D2R1T35 (5/21/2012 10:49:14 PM)
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