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Posted By: StoneEvolution (11/23/2009 4:44:59 PM)


They're a good drop for 2 if you've got out a powered Leech Bonder.
Posted By: shapelyman (9/24/2009 9:44:06 AM)


They would be somewhat useful in a Persist deck for removing -1/-1 counters and thus keeping your creatures' Persist ability, but Leech Bonder would be better for it's ability to move those -1/-1 counters to opponent's creatures.
Posted By: sarroth (12/14/2009 12:18:14 PM)


This card really isn't absolutely awful. Sarroth is right in that chainbreaker's ability would be useful for retaining persist, and chainbreaker can be used in any deck, not just those that use blue. That being said, I agree that the ability cost is a tad much, but please do keep in mind that this is a common. Perhaps it would have been better printed as an uncommon with a cheaper ability, but in the end, it's simply a so-so card with a few decent possibilities.
Posted By: bendhobbit (5/17/2011 12:31:09 PM)


This + Training Grounds could be useful against infect/wither.
Posted By: SwordOfKaldra (2/26/2011 10:34:08 PM)


Melira, Sylvok Outcast I believe would moot the -1/-1 counters.
Posted By: Shasticus (5/11/2011 11:58:34 AM)


And if you don't love me now,
You will never love me again.
I can still hear you sayin,'
You would never break the chain. (never break the chain)
Posted By: Kryptnyt (11/23/2011 1:19:39 PM)


He might fit in a Reaper King EDH deck as there are currently only 25 scarecrows. Changelings are a good alternative as well though.
Posted By: RuscoJames (6/2/2011 1:23:11 AM)


Combos with Doubling Season! Yeah!
And Heartless Summoning! Yeah!
Posted By: http404error (1/24/2012 7:00:02 PM)


I like how most of the other examples of scarecrow art from Shadowmoor are creepy, intriguing, and well-detailed, and this one is just unfortunate and cartoony. See Grim Poppet and Painter's Servant for comparison.
Posted By: Zulp (5/16/2010 8:06:23 PM)