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"We are the knights who say NI!"
Posted By: DarthKithkin (5/16/2011 1:12:41 AM)
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This was a rare in the first starter i ever opened (revised) and it was my favorite card for a long time. I used to use it with instill energy to let it go off twice a turn and provide my shanodin dryads with evasion. It was the first 'deck' i ever made.
Posted By: Laguz (4/21/2010 9:22:12 PM)
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Dude, this art is awesome. Clearly he is seconds away from a nuclear explosion, yet he lives on, turning barron swamps and deserts into forests in an effort to restore the lush landscape that once existed...
Posted By: DlCK (6/6/2011 12:28:48 PM)
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This is a pretty interesting concept for a card. Too bad he's overcosted in today's game, especially with the unpredictable offense. No one wants to spend 3GGG on a wall.
Posted By: TPmanW (12/7/2011 8:54:26 PM)
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A great defender that can provide land denial. Combos well with cards that grant forestwalk to your creatures.
Posted By: Algus (6/25/2009 1:57:39 PM)
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cant believe that this makes a land PERMENTELY a forest, very good card, especially if you find a way to keep tapping and untapping
Posted By: Aradimar (10/17/2010 8:41:31 PM)
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Hmmm ...

Dauntless Dourbark is better at beating face. Traproot Kami is much cheaper and more flexible as a defensive creature. Want to enable your forestwalk creatures? Yavimaya Dryad is probably more reliable. If you're trying to combo off, Dungrove Elder has built-in protection and costs half as much. Uktabi Wildcats has better art. This isn't even ideal from a cherry tapping standpoint (to borrow a term from TVTropes) - I think most of us would agree Wood Elemental has it beat there.

Out of all the "# of forests" creatures, this is probably in the middle of the pack and not really superior at anything. It's not a bad card - I just can't see myself ever really wanting to use it over the alternatives. The only area where it's probably #1 is the nostalgia factor for any older players. Unfortunately, I'm not one of them. 2/5
Posted By: nemokara (3/22/2012 10:11:34 AM)
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God I hate this art.
Posted By: bfugitive (4/28/2011 8:54:00 PM)
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Eh, okay card. Use a green convincing mirage to make a good combination.
Posted By: Dracon.ao (10/26/2011 9:02:09 PM)
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if you have one Gaea's Liege in play that has been changing lands, and you bring another one out to add to the fun, but eventually the first leaves play, do you the lands changed from the first Gaea's Liege change back to what they were? or do the lands stay forests because there is still another one in play?
Posted By: mummbles (2/5/2012 4:56:47 AM)
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