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Ummm...same art as the fake-green Serendib Efreet?
Posted By: ratchet1215 (8/4/2010 1:02:29 PM)


@DragonMudd and anyone willing to learn a new trick:

To autocard anything using any word as the link, (such as gonorrhea), first find the card's Gatherer number (look up at the link of this page, it's the small string of numbers. Efreet's is 159130.

Then type (autocard multiverseid="put the card's number here")humorous string of characters here(/autocard)

Replace the parenthesis with brackets.

Short version, hit the Auto-Card button, type (space)multiverseid="" after the first autocard, and put the card's number between the quotation marks.
Posted By: BastianQoU (3/3/2012 7:16:58 PM)


Does anyone know how to autocard this card? Nothing I try works. There's something with that funky 'i'.
Posted By: DragonMudd (8/17/2009 7:01:06 AM)


One of the great misprints in Magic History--- Serendib Efreet.
Posted By: Duskdale_Wurm (8/9/2010 6:38:19 PM)


First, this is one of the first Efreets, from the first ever expansion. It's not really "off" colorpie because it's one of the cards that defines the early colorpie. Second, it's a (mono)green flier (of which there are only about 30) and 3/3, so it's a fairly big creature with a rare evasive trick. It's like a War Mammoth, but less expected. Third, there's still a "green hates fliers" theme built into the "Effreets & Djinn are capricious"-themed drawback: an opposing player must have green mana, and a lot of it, to bring down the Ifh-Bíff.
Posted By: longwinded (3/19/2011 1:09:51 PM)


Don't let him fool you, he's a game ender when you play him right. Elves can ruin someone with this card the second it hits play (summoning sickness doesn't effect his ability too Hurricane)

He's got his drawbacks, but played right you can own someone you've just got to think more when you've got him in your hand. Direct Damage in Green can never be a good thing for an opponent to see, plus clearing the skys (Storm Crow included) can never be a bad thing for green.

Rancor and Berserk + using his ability can hand alot of damage in a turn.

All in all one of the funnest cards I ever played with.
Posted By: Pontiac (3/30/2011 1:43:06 PM)


This goes in my accent deck.
Posted By: azure_drake222222 (2/3/2013 4:33:47 PM)


You mean like this? Ifh-Bíff Efreet To do it, I just copy pasted the name from the main page of the card, should work for those Aether cards too with the funny "A." Anyway, quite an interesting flyer for green, considering if the opponent doesn't have green mana it's quite an efficient beater for green, not to mention the direct repeated damage of its ability.
Posted By: ArashikageClan (8/28/2009 10:41:26 AM)


this card could be devastating played the right way and against the right opponents
Posted By: aba1 (1/2/2010 5:55:32 PM)


Sooo, a flying green creature with a hurricane-like ability that anybody can use? at 4 CMC for a 3/3? how is this an efficient beater, ArashkageClan? Green doesn't want flying, ever. It wants plummet, to get rid of those pesky fliers that will never have to choose to block or attack. Otherwise, it wants big, fat landbound beasts preferably with trample or aggressively costed- like leatherback baloth.

Green efreet/djinn are off flavor- they should be predominantly red and/or blue, with a handful of the more powerful ones being in black (with of course more severe drawbacks).
Posted By: allmighty_abacus (12/29/2010 10:51:53 PM)