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Quite possibly the worst best card in the game. As others have said.. you give it to them with Donate. You could even put Tolaria West in your deck to draw this stupid thing less often if you dont have to, or Living Wish it or something, and then you just tap it down over and over with a Rishadan Port. And yes this does work. It's like Volcanic Fallout'ing just them over and over. but if youre going to take the time to put Donate in a deck and build around that then maybe Illusions Of Grandeur is a faster way to kill them though. Maybe good in an illusions of grandeur sideboard? I will win a game with this and make it worth more than Tabernacle you will see. Please check the rulings on Sorrow's Path here as these are the official rulings on all of the cards. The way I described it works.
Posted By: Hovercraft (9/4/2010 10:26:07 AM)


Any day now wizards will finally make a card that says "Whenever a land does damage to you or your creatures, instead you gain that much life" and my Sorrow's Path deck will finally be complete!
Posted By: MarlinFlake (2/12/2011 9:40:13 AM)


As previously said, Use the en-kor creatures with mogg maniac.
May I also suggest my namesake card Conservator for the damage to you, that is, unless you would rather use rakalite or maybe amulet of kroog.

The en-kor creatures are:
Lancer en-Kor
Nomads en-Kor
Outrider en-Kor (Time Spiral)
Shaman en-Kor
Spirit en-Kor
Warrior en-Kor
Posted By: Conservator (5/10/2013 9:02:43 PM)


Actually, with cards like Rite of Passage and Vigor, this card ACTUALLY has a use! I ran it in my Ghave deck for a while, before I just swapped it for Pest.

Cardboard Crack just actually made a comic about this card. Opponent played true-name nemesis. He donated Sorrow's path to the nemesis player, then twiddled it, killing nemesis. If someone did that to me, I would donate my entire collection to them and quit playing.
Posted By: endersblade (1/21/2014 5:44:47 PM)


If you have a Johnny inside of you you probably want to find a way to play this card.

Boros Reckoner could get some mild use out of it; turning him into a 5/1 first striker.
Posted By: blurrymadness (1/22/2014 11:57:36 AM)


it's useful when you are attacking with emrakul and a craw wurm, and your opponent is blocking emrakul with a vampire nighthawk and the craw wurm with an ornithopter.

without this card, you'd be stuck with a craw wurm. with this card, you'd still have emrakul.

please consider which of those two cards you'd rather have on your side of the table before you rate this card!
Posted By: Uhhsam (11/7/2011 10:24:41 PM)


What's Ed Wood's work in film, that's this card in Magic. So bad that it's actually funny. One of the very worst cards in the whole game.
Posted By: Angerr (2/11/2009 5:02:29 PM)


What the hell....
Posted By: True_Smog (11/11/2009 3:23:42 AM)


Wahahaha! Did they actually think it was too good and added the last, absolutely devastating line to level its power? Hahahaha! Oh, God.
Posted By: True_Mumin (8/19/2009 3:48:31 PM)


If this is your first time looking at this card, I'm sorry. You may be asking yourself the question "Why is this card so bad?" or "Why do they print these things!" (I mean, it doesn't even tap for mana!) Well, read Mark Rosewater's article "When Cards Go Bad" (http://www.wizards.com/Magic/Magazine/Article.aspx?x=mtgcom/daily/mr5). It may answer your questions.
Posted By: Zher0 (11/12/2008 6:18:41 PM)