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Better than Wrath in your Rebel deck, methinks.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (5/20/2010 1:53:38 AM)
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Reboot cards are always fun. This one in particular is intriguing, if nothing else because of the way it gets rid of the monsters... It can really turn drawing your opponent drawing his best creature early from a lucky thing to not such a lucky thing.
Posted By: GradiustheFox (3/3/2010 1:44:52 AM)
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There are alot of creatures around at the moment that make me want to play this over something like Day of Judgement.
Posted By: Stray_Dog (12/16/2010 6:14:53 PM)
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POOF where did progenitus go?
Posted By: Tezz (3/16/2010 2:16:08 PM)
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Seirix: Each player chooses the relative order of the cards he or she is putting on the bottom of his or her library, regardless of who controlled them while they were on the battlefield. Players don't reveal this order to other players.
Posted By: Henrietta (6/19/2011 8:28:01 AM)
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I would often much rather have this card than Day of Judgment or Wrath of God, simply because it can deal with creatures that the two aforementioned can't, such as those that are indestructible or have persist. More notably, it gets around graveyard hax and cards that would otherwise prevent creatures from being destroyed, which are both annoyingly common in multiplayer.

As an added note, this card is a massive curveball in EDH/Commander, because you can use it to put commanders on the bottom of their owner's library, which is one of the few places from which you cannot opt to return your commander to the command zone. Playing it can make you either a hero or a huge jerk.
Posted By: The_Trendkill (6/20/2011 7:19:26 AM)
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Love this card - I play in a meta with a lot of Wraths, DoJs and Damnations, so when players build creature decks they know to protect said creatures with Eldrazi Monument or some kind of recursion like Genesis.

So we were getting along fine with that arrangement... and then Hallowed Burial showed up, and started making a real mess of things. I personally prefer it over Final Judgment - Final Judgment has the much better effect IMO, but of course Hallowed Burial is a lot more accessible at 5 mana which is why I prefer it.
Often waiting until 6 for a sweeper can be a deadly if you don't have board supremacy (which is unlikely if you want said sweeper ^^).
Posted By: JaxsonBateman (8/15/2011 1:03:22 AM)
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Possibly the best board-sweeper in EDH, since it can permanently remove enemy generals. Very good in other formats too, although Day of Judgment / Wrath of God are usually more efficient.
Posted By: wstonefi (8/16/2011 12:57:55 PM)
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@occamsrazor wit

You have your reprint and then some. Say hello to Terminus.
Posted By: JaFaR_Ironclad (4/18/2012 11:00:44 PM)
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So long, Marit Lage. Bye bye Darksteel Colossus. Hasta la vista, Kaldra! No, wait...
Posted By: niceguygreensboro (10/14/2010 1:23:35 PM)
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