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I love the flavor of Kithkin cards in Lorewyn. The idea that your opponents' enchantments are really just encroaching dustbunnies waiting to be swept out by a humble midget with a hand-made broom absolutely tickles me.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (11/24/2012 5:32:19 AM)


Play with Enchanted Evening
Posted By: Fordin (11/22/2009 3:59:19 AM)


I guess in most circumstances I would rather play Gleeful Sabotage than this one, but not always. I say this because it is likely that your opponent will not be playing more than two enchantment at a time. In the circumstance that your opponent has three powerful enchantments in play (some type of combo) this card could be worth the gamble. I suppose you would sideboard something like this.
Posted By: Mr_Hendry (10/18/2009 10:09:16 PM)


The Rulings make this card interesting for Multiplayer - This card will destroy enchantments ALL opponants control, not just the one who controls the enchantment you targetted.
Posted By: Moleland (4/14/2011 2:26:41 AM)


Well, I prefer Patrician Scorn.
Posted By: luxma (3/23/2010 2:28:33 PM)


It would be good if your opponent had a lot of enchantments, butwho plays that many enchantments anyway? It still is nice to destroy those annoying enchantments, but I'd rather use one of those cards that can destroy artifacts or enchantments.
Posted By: Shiduba (10/10/2009 11:45:52 PM)


This card gets five stars for flavor and politics in EDH. You get to choose which opponent you clash with, letting two players (yourself and target player) "scry 1," and if you win everyone else with enchantments on board loses. For (1G) this seems like a steal at instant speed.

Put this in a big stompy deck with a commander like Mayael the Anima to hedge your bet for that top-deck.
Posted By: music.hate (10/8/2013 2:38:12 PM)


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