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Posted By: garbagegatherer (12/17/2010 11:41:42 PM)


I like to imagine this guy bursting out of the monster's chest when he kills it.
Posted By: Weretarrasque (2/22/2011 9:12:29 AM)


an early example of post-modern flavor text
Posted By: iandustrial (8/10/2009 8:29:14 AM)


And now we have Blind Zealot. Same cost, size, and rarity but you get to keep the damage AND it has evasion but it only loses the anti-regen clause. Gotta love the Creep.
Posted By: OmegaSerris (3/13/2012 12:02:39 PM)


This dude looks like an early version of the Phyrexian Negator and Phyrexian Obliterator.

It was actually pretty good when it was printed. People played vanilla 2/2 for 3 mana back then ( i.e. Grey Ogre ) and this at least gave you some removal potential. Esp vs. black decks (mono colored was the way it was back then) where Terror was the key removal.

Plus this Cpl. Dobbs guy sounds like a real joker- talk about being afraid? See Goblin War Drums - you are a coward Dobbs.
Posted By: ScaryKoolaid (8/9/2012 11:10:50 AM)


Probably one of my favorite pieces of art in Magic, period. Kind of inspired some creatures from a book I never finished. 5/5 for the art alone!
Posted By: Lord_Ascapelion (11/19/2012 12:57:25 PM)


The "is not blocked" clause holds it back, but at least its a deterrent for attackers. And it can be gravedigger back and whatnot. 3.5/5

As for the art, I love it. Feels like I am in an amazon or something and a headhunter is about to assassinate one of my creatures. 5/5
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (12/8/2012 3:22:52 AM)


"Ever been to a Turkish prison, kid?"
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