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really good in giant decks and also useful in some boros decks since there are some boros giants
Posted By: GengilOrbios (4/9/2011 2:54:47 AM)
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Running Sun Titan or Inferno Titan in Modern? Try this.
Posted By: pedrodyl (12/31/2011 3:30:38 PM)
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Funny to note; the real Stonehenge is thought by some to have been commissioned to be built by giant humanoids.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (3/3/2011 2:26:24 PM)
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Coming into play untapped the turn one isn't so useful in a tribal giants deck, because all your creatures cost upwards of 3 mana, including R/W changelings. But still, it's a R/W dual, and that shouldn't be overlooked.
Posted By: Champion_Kitsune (10/15/2009 8:41:40 PM)
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As far as the Lorwyn tribal lands cycle goes this one comes last, due to Giants not having much tribal synergy. However, you must still bear in mind that it acts like a Comes Into Play Tapped enemy colour dual land that can on the upside sometimes be played untapped. Recommended Giants are: Countryside Crusher, Brion Stoutarm and Jotun Grunt.
Posted By: sporvan (11/13/2008 10:13:13 PM)
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Why did Lorwyn Giants have to be red-white? Red-white is a color combination associated with fast combat tricks and small creatures with first strike, not a tribe of lumbering 7-mana behemoths. Should have been red-green.
Posted By: Japicx (4/24/2011 6:04:11 PM)
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that art is not very new
Posted By: Hydrogoose (3/15/2009 6:27:18 AM)
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