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I once had the privilege of using a Desert with two Furnace of Raths in play. Something about a land being capable of gunning down a Serra Angel is very... empowering.
Posted By: yyukichigai (6/30/2011 9:59:24 PM)
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This land ruled Legacy and Vintage. Having this meant an early-game stalemate. When you have two or more of these out, you never tapped them for mana; instead, you had board control. I understand that new players won't find this too great a card, but this used to stop creature decks dead in its tracks.
Posted By: 001010011100101110 (8/26/2011 1:44:53 PM)
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I never quite got how this would have been a basic land. Were they planning something like snow lands or maybe a sixth color? Would it be as printed but you could have any number of them in a deck? Was the 4-of limit even in place back then?
Nice utility land anyway.
Posted By: TPmanW (11/23/2011 10:34:28 PM)
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Still a pretty useful card for a lot of decks. And of course in the days before the 4-card rule...
Posted By: Lyoncet (4/13/2011 7:27:46 PM)
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Excellent Card for mono blue control, where it can kill small creatures for no card investment, and can make attacking near impossible in multiples.
Posted By: Maraxas-of-Keld (12/13/2009 8:06:34 PM)
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Cosidering all the cards that do stuff with deserts (desertwalk etc.) you'd think there'd be more than, well, maybe ONE CARD with the desert creature type.
Posted By: land_comment (4/8/2011 6:28:01 PM)
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I originally started out with a pointless bad goblin deck. After facing this card in pretty much every deck, I thought it might be a good idea to put stone rain in. It all went downhill from there.
Posted By: Tommy9898 (2/23/2010 9:51:42 PM)
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How can they bring desert into modern without bringing in its historic hosers? Without desert nomad and camel desert combo decks will run amok and destroy the format!
Posted By: omni8000 (4/8/2013 7:14:33 PM)
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camel :P
Posted By: thaviel (3/1/2009 2:37:28 PM)
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Card is amazing. It will fend off a bunch of attackers by itself. While back in standard, i was using it in every deck.
Posted By: Ace_Rimmer (6/23/2009 3:59:08 PM)
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