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Turn Aside is strictly better for defensive purposes (example: Intervene could counter a Giant Growth targeting an opponent's creature, whereas Turn Aside can't.
Posted By: tcollins (11/24/2010 5:34:40 PM)
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Dr. Manhatten from Watchmen could learn a lesson or two from Urza.

I'd expect to see this more in green than blue given the tough restriction's focus on creatures.
Posted By: sarroth (12/1/2010 12:47:34 PM)
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this is quite decent for a creature deck, or a creature based combo deck.
It is just counter target removel for one.
Posted By: Achon333 (6/24/2010 9:04:23 AM)
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The flavor text is deep, man. Deep.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (7/15/2010 3:59:21 AM)
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so it cant counter wrath of god :S
Posted By: SPhoenix (7/19/2010 3:21:08 PM)
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Could this counter a counter-spell targeting a creature card being cast? It doesn't say "in play"... or even a spell targeting a creature in a graveyard like Unearth?
Posted By: CgiBin (8/19/2013 5:22:08 AM)
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@CgiBin
Unfortunately for Intervene, when a creature isn't in play it isn't considered a creature. It's a creature card in any other zone. Green Sun's Zenith is a pretty good example of that.
Posted By: Nebulium (2/16/2014 10:45:54 AM)
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