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I've wanted white to get an instant that just does damage to an attacking or blocking creature for quite some time and which isn't as convoluted as Armed Response. I like this card, but it's more convoluted than Armed Response.
Posted By: Kirbster (12/3/2010 4:59:22 PM)


If you want a white card with scry, it is either this or Stand Firm.
This one is more likely to result in card advantage.
Posted By: kiseki (2/15/2011 11:11:46 AM)


An exellent way to get a slow deck started by getting the right cards on top of your deck and slowing quick decks down at the start.
Posted By: Nerobyrne (11/30/2009 3:08:45 PM)


@Kiseki: Don't forget New Benalia. technically it's not a white card, but it produces white mana and therefore is at home in any deck with white in it.
Posted By: jsttu (4/2/2011 9:26:49 PM)


@ Anathame

To scry 3, look at the top three cards of your library, then put any number of them on the bottom of your library and the rest on top in any order.

Its hidden on the card, and by hidden I mean not hidden
Posted By: ICEFANG13 (9/25/2011 9:16:30 AM)


The biggest drawback to this card is that you can only use it during the combat phase. Without that, this card would be 5/5.

As it stands, it's an okay card for dealing some moderate damage to enemies, while deck stacking at the same time, to prep draws and clashes.

I find, however, that it's remarkable capacity to target your own creatures makes it relatively invaluable for decks that pull damage eaters like Phytohydra.

Drop a Phytohydra for 5 mana and you've got a fairly vulnerable 1/1 creature. It's prone to non-damage -1/-1 counters, as well as debilitation. But on it's first block or attack, you can give it a massive jumpstart by targeting it with Judge Unworthy.

Consider: Revealing a 1 converted mana cost card with Judge Unworthy is the equivalent of a single use of Daily Regimen without the casting cost. Now consider revealing a second Phytohydra instead, with a converted mana cost of 5. That's 5 +1/+1 counters all for the cost... (see all)
Posted By: HeartbreakerStudios (10/16/2011 9:15:01 AM)


This is an incredibly interesting card. It's removal, not unfairly costed, and gives you some deck stacking.
Posted By: Nagoragama (10/24/2011 4:07:24 AM)


This is a flavorful card! While the imagery of this and other cards from Future Sight has nothing to do with ancient Egypt, this card conjures up images of Anubis and his scale of judgment. It's as if Anubis is weighing the heart of the target attacking or blocking creature against his feather, in this case, what ever you left on top after being asked to Scry 3.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (4/9/2012 2:16:14 PM)


what the *** is a scry
Posted By: Anathame (9/14/2011 10:13:30 PM)


Removal and topdeck control in one punch. Run in a deck rich in high drops.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (10/24/2013 4:04:06 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!