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Each Time Spiral card was an homage to at least one previously printed card.

This card is referencing Seeker as well as Amrou Kithkin.
Posted By: Missile_Penguin (3/11/2012 1:07:03 AM)


Much more practical than Amrou Kithkin's ability.

Hooray for testing the waters of Intimidate!
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (3/4/2010 10:51:31 AM)


Posted By: MasterOfEtherium (4/18/2011 10:51:40 PM)


@Alqatrkapa: Could, but then it would be a different card. With Intimidate, a creature cannot be blocked except by artifact creatures and or creatures that share a color with it. With this ability, it doesn't matter what color or colors this card becomes, it is still only blockable by artifact and/or white creatures.
Posted By: Kelrath (6/28/2010 6:35:33 AM)


Did you notice that, unlike Severed Legion or Skirk Shaman, this card only requires one colored mana? well, just another little example for white weeny i guess.
Although if it would have appeared in Planar Chaos at first, they would have possibly printed that one as planeshifted card as well and given it a 1WhiteWhite cost.
Posted By: Mode (8/16/2009 1:32:50 AM)


Reverse Fear! Gotta love it.
Posted By: Weretarrasque (7/25/2009 7:52:43 AM)


Reference to an old card (Seeker), like nearly every other card in Time Spiral.
Posted By: Atali (9/4/2010 2:57:59 PM)


Ever since I got a copy of Seeker I always wondered why they never used that ability again but I am glad to see another card with "Seeker."
Posted By: Deathtamoor (2/14/2009 12:11:27 PM)


Why is this not in more decks?
cheap in all aspects of the word and easy to play.
Posted By: Spideredd (8/28/2009 12:25:48 PM)


This could be reprinted with Intimidate.
Posted By: Alqatrkapa (2/5/2010 7:29:26 PM)


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