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Whoa, this went from Rare to Common when it was included in 4E...
Posted By: Lord_of_Tresserhorn (3/4/2012 11:21:06 AM)


I guess you're never too old to start learning some wizardry.
Posted By: Wayori (10/3/2013 12:03:45 AM)


I'd say, best in a Wizard Tribal deck that heavily uses the Morph mechanic.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (8/2/2010 10:34:39 PM)


another reason Artifact decks should be played with a bit of blue
Posted By: Eved (1/3/2010 9:59:08 PM)


Adding two mana to your manapool is a nice boost for blue, even if it's colorless mana.
Posted By: majinara (2/19/2009 11:57:38 AM)


Not that bad. Kinda like a slightly cheaper creature version of cards like Sisay's Ring or Ur-Golem's Eye, except coloured and somewhat more vulnerable.
Posted By: Auteur (1/16/2010 11:08:56 PM)


Acceleration for blue!
Posted By: kitsunewarlock (2/26/2010 4:25:52 PM)


Never really liked this card. If you're playing a blue artifact deck, shouldn't you just use artifacts to generate mana? Sadly, even characters on Magic cards aren't safe from the crippling effects of Alzheimer's.
Posted By: Artsy_Wumpus (3/18/2011 12:02:32 PM)


I'd post some comment about blue being broken back in the day but this card alone already gives you an idea of the power and versatility blue once had.
And Remember this is just the apprentice wizard.
Posted By: TPmanW (11/13/2010 1:24:32 AM)


Wizards must have thought it was a good idea at the time. Get it? Cuz there's a wizard in the artwork and it looks like he has a good idea? Bah forget it.. One of a handful of decentish cards from The Dark.
Posted By: Crag-Hack (6/19/2011 3:46:39 AM)