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I get it. It doesn't have trample because it stops and eats what it kills, instead of going over it to the next target.
Posted By: atemu1234 (7/14/2012 1:18:35 PM)


I've had some good times with this card. Those times have long gone, but he'll always hold a place in my heart as the "efficient big ol' beast" that won me games.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (10/18/2010 10:59:01 PM)


Its been long overshadowed but this card was one of those awe-inspiring newbie drops, so it'll always have some sentimental value to those beginner green players.
Posted By: Sneetches (10/21/2013 9:31:44 AM)


This thing got me hooked on green. My friend brought a beginner pack or something to school, and he took the whites, so I played my first game with his green cards. And trounced him with this thing. Now, I only like it for its sentimental value (and art and flavor text). This is a good card for beginning players who like green. The first green deck I got was complicated, and didn't have many fatties... But I got this from my friend, so I beat ass with it again! This isn't a Spike cards by any means, but I still like it!
Posted By: Beastlygreen (6/19/2011 10:15:38 AM)


A huge green creature without trample?

Posted By: divine_exodus (11/12/2010 1:36:02 PM)


I'll stick with Kalonian Behemoth and Overrun.
Posted By: Controllerofminds (8/8/2009 12:23:36 AM)


I love the flavor on this card, although a little Expensive
Posted By: Mattmedia (7/25/2009 11:28:03 PM)


Enormous Baloth is not "strictly worse" than Kalonian Behemoth due to the difference in color requirements in the casting costs. This guy needs only one green mana (G), while Kalonian Behemoth requires two green (GG). I understand that in mono-green, the mana requirement difference is nullified. The point, however, is that the term "strictly worse" has a very specific meaning when not qualified.

In addition, Shroud is not a "strictly positive" ability, since it limits your targeting of the creature as well as any opponent's (as darkfury points out). The similar (but not key-worded) ability "Card Name can't be the target of spells or abilities your opponents control" (see Plated Slagwurm, Troll Ascetic) would be considered "strictly positive," however.

All that aside, this is a very cool card in terms of art, flavor text, and straight-up simplicity.
Posted By: tezcat (10/6/2009 5:20:19 PM)


imagine it whith regenerate
Posted By: Iiory (8/4/2009 7:56:37 AM)


... He is at last so good a Kalonian Behemoth, and in some gargantuan deck, I would prefer to have them both. Anyway, does anybody recognized that this one hunted Garruk in Wild Son comics?
Posted By: Neutralion (1/31/2010 11:35:47 PM)