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Oh how I hate the drawback. At least this thing is airborne unlike many of its serpentine brethren.
Posted By: Talcos (4/5/2010 11:51:11 AM)


This is far better than most are giving it credit for.

Lorwyn block had a huge number of 'that thing is now an island' enablers, so this was, a fair amount of the time, a splashable 3/4 flyer.
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (1/1/2011 8:18:03 PM)


Flying and SEABOUND??
Weird little critter.

Okay sideboard choice for budget, or maindeck with spreading seas.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (4/15/2013 12:33:22 PM)


This is essentially an axolotl, and through that, it is essentially a mudkip. Ethereal Whiskergill is MtG's mudkp.
Posted By: Tagonte (7/29/2009 1:00:48 AM)


I agree with Tagonte, it totally looks like an axolotl. Man! art on elementals (non-flamekin) in Lorwyn-Shadowmoor block is so cool --it's all these amalgamations of weird obscure real-world animals that you don't really see on other Magic cards. They all came out looking really nice.
(Flamekin rock too, btw)
Posted By: madformedusa (9/26/2009 9:22:12 PM)


Haha, nice conclusion on that one^^

The card itself is regrettably not too useful, as most "water-dependant creatures" since you normally need another card like Aquitect's Will or Sea's Claim to let them attack.
Posted By: Mode (8/13/2009 4:29:50 PM)


This could have been good as a merfolk.
Posted By: Forgeling (8/15/2009 10:32:06 AM)


Waitaminute....when did Magic started including out-of-work pokemon?
Posted By: car2n (10/3/2013 7:08:26 PM)


Posted By: divine_exodus (2/27/2011 4:50:06 PM)


Like similarly limited creatures, Reef Shaman might make it playable. Kinda.
Posted By: jfre81 (5/14/2011 10:13:21 PM)