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Posted By: mrhardy12 (11/18/2011 7:29:50 PM)



too old for Magic? BLASPHEMY!
Posted By: Vedalken_Arbiter (5/26/2011 8:05:16 PM)


Nice, underrated card. Flyer that can chip away at an opponent's life while buffing himself to take out other 1/1 flyers and survive burn spells. Nifty little guy.

Posted By: --Nate-- (12/13/2010 4:48:37 PM)


There really needs to be a term for the increasing toughness like this.
Fire breathing, or water pumping depending on the color, for increasing attack...
Armor is defense so armor breathing? Blubber is natural armor. So, blubber pumping? Anyway:
It's a flying two cost that at worst can uncap itself, sometimes. At best, it helps out with your big nasty creatures tricks... And it has blubber-breathing.
Posted By: Zoah (9/4/2011 11:21:10 PM)


@zeyette . . . . Wait, if you can untap the beacon hawk itself, then wouldn't that just make it be able to just instantly destroy your opponent in one turn. You'd be able to attack, untap, attack, untap over and over again until immanent death. Just my thoughts.

EDIT: @brutalJim . . . . .I see, now that I think about it I realize that was a dumb assumption. I'm barely getting back into Magic after not playing for a good 10 years haha. I quit playing when I got into high school. Thought I was too old or something. But I missed playing card games so here I am. Thanks for the correction, if I would have asked that at a tournament or something they probably would have thought I was an idiot lol.
Posted By: EvilCleavage (4/11/2010 5:13:38 PM)



No... you would most certainly not be able to do that. What happens is you declare its attack, it gets tapped, if it doesn't get blocked and it deals it's damage, then you can untap it. There's no magical time machine to go back and get to declare attackers again.
Posted By: BrutalJim (3/13/2010 12:35:25 AM)


Can be very useful, the untap is a good ability in most decks, and the toughness pump while underpowered becomes useful more often than Storm Crow would like to admit.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (8/24/2010 1:39:33 AM)


Me and my buddy always refer to this as Bacon Hawk.

If I have to explain it, the joke's not for you.
Posted By: Jannissary (2/7/2012 2:41:28 AM)


So if you have ever played Type 4, where you have infinite mana, a creature like this has infinite toughness whenever you want it to. We used to say that these guys had "infinite butt". Ever since then, I have always thought of this ability as "butt-breathing".
Posted By: PeabodyET (3/1/2012 12:37:20 PM)