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so,i can play with the protos from starcraft in MTG?,great
Posted By: Layton (2/14/2010 7:53:42 PM)


Cumber Stone.

Check. Goes in the "cardnames censored by WotC"-deck!
Posted By: bastardx (6/19/2011 8:50:48 AM)


Things that modify Power/Toughness (But don't set it to a specific value) are applied in layer 7c. Something that switches the Power and Toughness is applied in layer 7e (Layer 7d is adding or subtracting from counters).
Posted By: Kitry (8/30/2010 9:52:36 AM)


Could be used pretty effectively in the right deck. Another synergy card for Hunted Phantasm (along with Leyline of Singularity). I also like the mention of Godhead of Awe by Moosecadet.
Posted By: eak1801 (1/7/2011 3:47:08 AM)


This should have been 2U for it's effect. It is simply not powerful enough at 4 mana. I guess it being an artifact can somewhat be seen as a bonus. I give it 3/5 stars.

It helps your creatures in combat, but if you want to protect yourself use Thunderstaff.
Posted By: dberry02 (1/10/2011 5:15:46 PM)


It might still have its uses, but its kind of outclassed by new jace.
Though I guess jace does not add to your artifact count, and this does not die to unblocked creatures, and this is also more splashable.

So Apples and Oranges, I guess. But new jace can get this effect while doing a ton more for you, if you have the cash to spare.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (1/16/2013 4:37:46 AM)


If there were some way to get 3 or 4 out early, the effect would be rather devastating...
Not bad by itself, especially in an artifact deck where it could be dropped earlier.
Though I don't see why it couldn't give them -2 instead...
Posted By: Blackworm_Bloodworm (10/16/2010 5:42:19 PM)


This reminds me of Briar Patch, but easier to remove and more expensive. The difference is that green is better off pumping thier own creatures instead of weakening others, while blue doesn't have that choice. For that reason, this card gets a use and a 3.5/5
Posted By: jsttu (4/23/2011 9:29:20 AM)


possibly inspired by Weakstone, isn't it?
Posted By: Mode (1/31/2009 5:28:02 AM)


This card grabs token swarm decks and beats them into submission. its slightly pricey, but a great card nonetheless.
Posted By: fkmasteryoda (8/10/2009 7:27:55 PM)