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The Equestrian answer to those pesky Timber Wolves.

Quite frankly, nobody's going to pay this massive echo cost, green has much better stuff than vanilla 5/5 (which is what this card becomes immediately after the first turn when its thunder is spent). Furthermore if your opponent lives through the attack, he will curbstomp you while every single creature you have is tapped out.

It's a finisher, something you slap Berserk or Primal Bellow on to bitchslap your opponent for the win.
Posted By: Arachnos (12/7/2012 9:35:42 AM)


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Posted By: kiseki (8/13/2012 10:39:46 PM)


Oh hey its Thundermare.
Posted By: Nagoragama (9/4/2010 10:40:52 PM)


@Volcre You forget that this is Planar Chaos, where green has Gaea's Anthem, Red got an Akroma, blue got Braids, White got Crovax, Ascendant Hero and black got a vampiric Miri. The whole color pie got efed up. Also, this is a timeshift of Thundermare.
Posted By: Waffle_of_Bolas (10/28/2009 12:58:34 PM)


@SavageBrain89: I get your point but this horse is red at heart and doesn't care about much else than dealing 5 damage to the dome in the first place. So if you want a blocker, play it after combat, the usual thing to do.
Just 4.0 for the high echo cost.
Posted By: holgir (8/17/2009 2:37:53 AM)


Combos well with man-lands, Genju, and anything else that isn't a creature when it comes into play, but get turned into a creature later. Also good with cards that stop creatures from untapping.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (1/22/2010 1:07:59 AM)


Thick-Skinned Goblin seems like such a nice fit for this card.
Posted By: MagicWhiz (2/5/2011 6:54:42 PM)


@SavageBrain89 You're forgetting one thing. This baby costs four mana. That means if you started, and had this in you opening hand, then forth turn you swing in for 5 while you opponent can hit you for 3 or 4 max.
Posted By: Gako (10/18/2009 10:12:40 AM)


Worried about them attacking all-out next turn?
Didn't they print a card for such an occasion?
Sorry, my mind is Foggy.
Posted By: infernox10 (2/14/2011 12:51:38 AM)


This is totally the trojan horse come back to tap.
Posted By: inmypants22 (8/25/2009 6:19:55 PM)