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A vindicate in elves decks. Used to be a pretty good tech back in Onslaught block when Extended elves was lingering around. This was, of course, back when Acidic Slime didn't exist
Posted By: zk3 (5/26/2011 6:19:05 PM)


Creeping Mold goes crazy. This one can destroy planeswalkers too.
Posted By: holgir (9/11/2009 3:02:30 AM)


@Ishubarashi: It can, but it doesn't have to do so; anyone can end it early. For example, say you cast this when you have 4 lands and your opponent only has 2 (you're playing a land destruction deck). You target one of his remaining lands and kill it. He could send it back at you, but then you can send it at him as well; then it'll be 3 lands to 0. If he chooses not to send it back at you, then it's 4 lands to 1, which might be slightly less brutal for him.
Posted By: EternalLurker (9/9/2010 9:38:49 PM)


Lol Bramblecrush takes a *** on this and its family!
Posted By: Shadoflaam (11/5/2011 8:12:35 PM)


So uh, does this create a chain of destroying everything until someone has no noncreature permanents, or am I misunderstanding the wording?
Posted By: IshubarashI (7/9/2010 5:02:17 AM)


Green never lacks creatures. Even if your opponent and you trade blows till nothing is left on the field, green is more likely than not have the creature dominance on the field.

Since this spell only need one green mana it's also highly splashable. Token deck would be one place this one would shine.
Posted By: Cyberium (11/15/2010 1:53:54 PM)


It's a Takklemaggot in green!
Posted By: niceguygreensboro (2/26/2011 3:08:59 AM)


Interesting question; does copying a spell add count as casting it? I don't think so, but if it does wouldn't it be wonderful to use this on your own indestructible permanent, say Darksteel Relic for example.... then copy the spell and target the same permanent an infinite number of times, then cast a game-winning storm spell? Either way this is my favourite of the cycle of chain cards, and unlike the other variants this gives green (albeit noncreature) spot removal....

Also potentially hilarious with Hive Mind...although chances are an opponent will choose Hive Mind as their first target..
Posted By: tcollins (8/3/2011 11:09:35 PM)


Sorry, tcollins, but copying is not considered casting. if it where then all storm spells would go infinite if you cast a single spell before it. (that is, cast a spell, cast grapeshot, grapeshot storms, casting grapeshot, grapeshot storms twice, casting two grapeshots, etc etc etc) So, sorry.
This card does seem potentially awesome with creature based mana though.
Posted By: ActivistBunny (9/20/2011 7:08:02 PM)


Green Armageddon? Wacky.
Posted By: Kirbster (4/3/2013 3:40:47 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!