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Classic art for a classic lady.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (1/27/2010 6:11:24 AM)
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But they DID reprint her. The newest version of this card is a Human Druid.
I see no problems with them fixing the mistakes they've made on cards and smoothing out the wording. Keeping up with errata is not so hard simply because most of it is common sense stuff.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (2/29/2012 7:58:35 PM)
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Wizard's bull-crap overzealous creature type erratas are annoying. This one card has gone from Enchantress to Wizard to Druid to Human Druid.

I can understand getting rid of the unique Enchantress type in favor of Wizard, but going from Wizard to Druid is inexcusable. Both are major creature types with substantial support. Yet they insist on fiddling with things, and pre-existing interactions, decks and combos. Nothing's worse than having to break out errata at the gaming table... Changing words on the card should be a matter of last resort, if Wizards wanted her to be a Druid they should've reprinted her.
Posted By: BegleOne (10/24/2010 8:07:13 PM)
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I'm with the other guy on this one; I can't stand them screwing with everything. If they want to fix something; Fix Type 1, and leave this card alone. Go back to Wizard or something, but all these "errata" are obnoxious.
Posted By: SlackWareWolf (2/20/2011 6:29:23 PM)
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The people downvoting BegleOne and SlackWareWolf's comments here are probably relatives of the Wizards of the Coast. :-)

All joking aside, though, all this errata really IS mostly unnecessary and confusing. Errata should be reserved for genuine misprints (e.g. Legends Bloodlust) or cards that had critical flaws that could ruin the game without damage control (e.g. Relic Bind, also from Legends). Ironically, the one card that needs errata most of all - Time Vault - doesn't have any. Nothing meaningful, at any rate, such as "if Time Vault should become untapped for any other reason, IT STAYS TAPPED." Problem solved. No more Voltaic Key combo.

Instead, we're getting everything under the Sun reworded a hundred different times, interrupts squeezed into instants - and many significant changes as a result - and now creature types changed all different weird ways. They didn't make a "mistake" when they made a... (see all)
Posted By: DrJack (10/4/2013 12:49:12 PM)
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