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For one colorless mana, Brass Man is a pretty good creature. Yes, you have to pay a mana to untap him, but at least he can attack. Compare him to Wall of Wood, an 0/3 defender that is arguably HARDER to cast (since it requires green mana). Brass Man, like all artifact creatures, is susceptible to lots of destruction, but since its only a 1/3, it probably won't be targeted by a whole lot. Brass Man can fill the one drop hole in virtually any deck that might be lacking such a piece, and he's particularly good in multi-color decks that might not always be playing the same land on the first turn.
Posted By: Eppek_the_Goblin (1/13/2010 7:12:34 PM)


A steel wall is a 0/4, while this is a 1/3... hmm... I usually prefer a bit of power over toughness, but if I'm running walls (or wall like creatures), I usually am using their high toughness for a reason... hmm.... I guess it's an okay card mechanically....

Too bad I'd never play it solely because the art freaks me out. I don't know what I did to make this brass man mad, but I'll make sure never to repeat it.
Posted By: Asmodi0000 (10/5/2011 9:57:57 PM)


For one mana, this guy pretty much beats most 1-drops in combat and can block the majority of 2-drops and survive. The ability to attack for 1 is mostly just a bonus. This is an interesting and useful card that I'd like to see reprinted.
Posted By: Fanaticmogg (2/5/2011 3:45:10 PM)


He beats Elite Vanguard, which is no small task. Plus he'll stop red aggro in its tracks, unless they burn a Bolt on your one drop.
Posted By: Shieldman (1/15/2012 11:30:18 PM)


Print this guy in a set without lightning bolt, and watch his use sky rocket!!
Posted By: The-Earth-Dragon (4/12/2012 2:39:00 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!