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Why the hell would I want to know about treefolk mating habits?!
Posted By: Saxophonist (9/9/2009 6:08:54 PM)


It gets points for being unloved. And the weird flavor text.
Posted By: ScissorsLizard (10/23/2009 5:04:44 PM)


Color-shifted into white for M10...

And I dunno, whoever wrote that flavor text sounds excited. Molasses? That's just icky...
Posted By: Champion_Kitsune (3/10/2010 8:28:29 PM)


As in "Slow as molasses" At least they didn't name it "Ironwood Treefolk".
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (3/22/2010 5:30:18 AM)


Underpowered by any standard, except for "back in the day" when it could block a Hill Giant, kill it, and surivve - yeah.

Half-baked artwork and loony flavor text. Not to be picky, but if Treefolk are trees, they should reproduce in the same way. This flavor text implies a more animal-like reproduction and... okay, ewwww... that's enough thought given to that?!
Posted By: Radagast (12/17/2010 12:21:45 PM)


The flavortext does, however, explain the sultry look (s)he is giving you.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (7/24/2011 6:55:45 AM)


Flavor text is so wrong.
Posted By: JFM2796 (8/19/2011 12:11:37 PM)


Oh my God. I remember the guy. As a native French speaker, that card's name was unbelievably hard for me and my friends to pronounce back in the day. Ah! memories. Makes your deck greener, I suppose. 2/5 for the flashback.
Posted By: Carnophage_4ever (8/12/2010 10:31:02 PM)


One of the more interesting pieces of flavor text ever printed. This is a very sub-par creature on average...if only it had 1 more point of power...
Posted By: Guest57443454 (7/1/2009 2:48:02 PM)


Five points for bizarre flavor, terrible art and under-appreciated-ness.
Posted By: Motorival (1/16/2010 10:33:22 PM)


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