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Underworld Dreams cost BlackBlackBlack for a reason.
This guy is great.
Posted By: NoobOfLore (11/1/2011 8:51:34 PM)


conditional Underworld Dreams with legs? sounds like a nice one-drop.
Posted By: Mode (1/30/2009 12:18:16 PM)


I love this card, it can make a draw pain deck so much more devastating. It's very under rated.
Posted By: Trigvi (6/24/2009 11:05:56 PM)


I'm not sure why this is only rated 3 and a half stars. This card can be pretty amazing.

Combine this with Bloodhall Ooze and you have an early pair of cards that can WRECK your opponent straight from the get go; take life each turn whilst steadily building a red one drop into a huge monster.

Not to mention...can you imagine 4 of these on the field at once? It's only a one drop. This card is an amazing starting card.
Posted By: Iwaaan (6/16/2009 11:38:00 PM)


Run this in a red-black deck and it will surely eat your opponents brains... Cards like Malfegor's Cup and the likes that will make ur opponent draw for a drop of blood...
Posted By: God_of_Destruction (7/4/2009 6:18:32 AM)


hmm... A strange complaint but the art for this card doesn't fit it very well.

It looks to be at least a 3/3 perhaps a 2/2 bear... or something with a nasty bite trick for killing creatures.
It just mauled someone and is walking away looking for more. That's the image of a big hunter, not a little parasite, that slowly sucks you away.
Posted By: Zoah (1/4/2012 7:25:29 PM)


Turn one: Veinfire Borderpost
Turn Two: Swamp and Two Kederekt Parasites
Opponent Takes Two on Draw Step (18)
Turn Three: Megrim
Opponent Takes Two on Draw Step (16)
Turn Four: Megrim and Burning Inquiry
Opponent Takes 18 (-2)
Posted By: Thiebaut (7/30/2009 11:10:29 PM)


Creature form Underworld Dreams that is great in a R/B deck. Especially since Underworld Dreams BBB cost can be awkward in anything other than a mono-black deck. (I love the artwork too)
Posted By: BrutalJim (7/30/2009 8:15:14 AM)


This and Elder Mastery is ridiculous. You get the trigger from the aura itself, not to mention.. your opponent won't have anything in their hand... ever. If you don't have removal right away, or larger creatures against that combo, you're just going to automatically lose.
Posted By: Guerilla717 (7/21/2009 12:17:34 AM)


Hey MasterOfEtherium! Stop capitalizing every word you type!
Posted By: Htoth3izzO (1/21/2010 12:02:14 PM)