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Phyrexian Negator

Posted By: BaneSlayerKirby (4/5/2011 5:00:16 PM)


This card's ability seems uncharacteristically overpowered until you notice the Storm Crow perched on the gate.
Posted By: Goatllama (2/16/2012 12:01:57 PM)


compared to Fighting Chance or its effect in general, that's a cheap and handy card.
you don't have to take great care of your creature's toughnesses unless you're playing against a burn deck or Doran, the Siege Tower.
Posted By: Mode (1/1/2009 9:26:07 PM)


I absolutely LOVE this card in my exalted deck along with, of course, Wall of Denial for defense and Silent Arbiter to essentially lockdown combat in my favor.. 5/5
Posted By: Revan312 (1/7/2011 1:35:42 AM)


This seems broken.. How is it not?
Posted By: Kryplixx (5/3/2011 3:53:40 PM)


This is awesome in my Vigilance deck. Can anyone say free swings? 4/5
Posted By: dberry02 (9/18/2010 2:42:18 AM)


This card should be an agression enabler, but you are in danger of stalling for a play when you draw it. Combo this card with Mark of Asylum and your creatures will only be vulnerable to defensive combat damage. As both are two drops it could be a pretty early game advantage. You will still get smashed by a turn 2 Watchwolf but hey, you choose your battles!
Posted By: Pantheon (11/16/2009 5:48:33 AM)


Quest for Renewal anybody?
Posted By: themlsna (6/7/2010 2:05:15 AM)


Good for goblin decks that doesn't want to lose their Piledrivers.
Posted By: LarsBM (10/2/2010 2:27:08 PM)


Absolutely devastating everytime it was played, yet it somehow remained non-broken.
Posted By: Gabriel422 (2/9/2011 2:50:43 PM)