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I really like em, a 1/4 defender for 3 is pretty meh, but having 4 of them out, and your opponent is too scared to play any good creatures

remove soul on a creature is great
Posted By: Ava_Adore (12/8/2009 5:24:07 PM)


They look like ET in robes.
Posted By: Cyberium (6/2/2011 2:02:24 PM)


I could see this getting more play in casual formats with the new defender themes from Rise of the Eldrazi
Posted By: AngelxLegna (4/26/2010 8:58:20 PM)


makes dovescape control complete

and the flavourtext is so terribly azorius, i really hate azorius...
Posted By: Tezz (1/4/2011 5:10:45 AM)


true to the flavor of the Azor- imposing, dedicated, and denying.

Posted By: Tsuichoi (9/23/2011 10:20:17 PM)


I kind of like them, even if they look like floppy cucumber monks.
Posted By: blindthrall (12/5/2009 11:18:40 AM)


not great
Posted By: TheDementiaBat (6/5/2012 9:18:18 AM)


Probably better just to run Essence Scatter. The whole point of counterspells is to be a surprise. With this, if an opponent wants something big through, they need just destroy Soulsworn Jury and cast it.
Posted By: Slyfox7777777 (12/7/2013 10:24:06 AM)


If this guy activated his counter and i disperse him In response !!,....


Thank you :D
Posted By: ELeeLo (2/8/2014 2:12:26 PM)


ELeeLo, if you activated the counter ability on Soulsworn Jury, the following would happen:

- You would pay 1U and sacrifice the Soulsworn Jury, targeting a creature spell on the stack.

- You would cast Disperse, but would be unable to target the Jury because it would already have been sacrificed.

- You would be forced to choose a legal target for Disperse, or not cast it at all.

This happens because sacrificing the Soulsworn Jury is a cost, not an effect. Therefore, the cost is paid immediately and cannot be responded to or interrupted in a normal way. The downside to this is that you cannot use spells like Disperse to save your Jury for reuse later. The upside is that your opponent cannot use a killspell like Murder on your Jury in response to you activating its ability, because it has already left the battlefield and therefore cannot be targeted.

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Posted By: Ataraxiom (5/13/2014 8:38:21 PM)