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Islandwalk: It might as well read "unblockable" in Legacy.
Posted By: DacenOctavio (10/30/2011 12:41:46 AM)
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after searching for and trying many auras and equipment, Favor of the Overbeing and Infiltrator's Magemark seem the most efficient way to ensure a healthy draw inside the Green or Blue color scheme. if anybody knows of another permanent way to do that in ANY color, i'd love to know about it. seriously. i think the main goal is to do it for 3 mana or less, though, if you've got 5 mana to spend on a Gigantiform, it's probably too late for the card advantage to make a big difference.
Posted By: kronos539 (7/11/2010 1:13:02 AM)
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I use this as a powerful draw engine in my casual islandwalk Merfolk deck. Its honestly my favorite deck for casual play.
Posted By: Kitty_the_Kat (8/31/2011 3:52:48 PM)
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One of the flagship cards for GreenBlue, the colors of card draw and sneaky creatures. Give her a sword of your choice and you're good to go.
The selkies were a great addition to the merfolk stable, in my opinion. Clever design, managing to be both cute and creepy, as well as introducing new color to merfolk.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (5/11/2012 5:41:43 PM)
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Play this in Rafiq of the Many EDH and draw a ton of cards.
Posted By: kyothine (10/6/2012 2:52:11 PM)
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Something non-mechanical about this card is charming to me...I'm little worried, guys.
That said, this thing is pretty good in "Merfolk and here, have an island" type decks. Or if you Might of Oaks after a casual "no blocks".
Posted By: izzet_guild_mage (10/6/2011 8:55:31 PM)
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"It's so susceptible to removal and islandwalk is so unreliable that you might as well play an Elvish Visionary or Wistful Selkie instead." -bowlofgumbo

Also, if you put her in a red deck... YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO CAST HER. ZOMG. In other news, Merrow Reejerey is a bad card. He just doesn't do much in my Delver deck.

Of course, people that are not bowlofgumbo can cast her and she hits the table as a 3/3 and almost probably draws 4 cards on the next turn.
Posted By: Kragash (3/10/2013 11:54:48 AM)
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Surprised no one mentioned Spreading Seas
Posted By: threeright (2/5/2011 9:48:00 AM)
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Great in Bant Exalted decks.
Posted By: dantcg (4/23/2009 5:39:09 PM)
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To anyone comparing the art to "The Ring" or stuff like it - Peg Prowler and Jenny Greenteeth have been around far longer than any Asian horror knock-offs. Come now.

That said, a great and fun card. In a deck with Lorescale Coatl, she can be a 3-mana finisher. Everything she needs she can be given by the colors she's in. Need an island on your opponent's side of the board? You're playing blue. Want to draw more than one card per swing? You're playing green. Need to protect her from targeted removal? GreenBlue can give its creatures all sorts of shroud without blinking twice, not to mention counterspells. A fantastic support card, at the very least. I don't know whey she's rated below a 4.5.
Posted By: Discoduck (10/7/2010 11:25:21 PM)
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