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All I can do when I see a card like this is just laugh.

As if green wasn't doing enough to nerf fliers...It even has its own Lightning Bolt for them now, but this...this is just massive lolz. A sideboard staple for sure.
Posted By: DonRoyale (4/16/2010 2:15:22 PM)


Thank god for this card! I feel so vulnerable with flyers on the battlefield...

I would actually maindeck this on the first game just to be sure. Even one flyer can ruin your mono-green day if you aren't careful. Imagine if it had cycling too... no that would be too much help.

Posted By: Stray_Dog (4/20/2010 3:26:40 AM)


this takes out your own flying creatures ! O_O eldrazi green will kill this -.-
better take Raking Canopy
Posted By: trowa_barton03 (5/11/2010 3:05:41 PM)


Great, now I can rid my deck of spiders and easily kill off those pesky vampires. It is far easier for green to make three power creatures than it is black to keep up vampire assaults when you clip their wings.
Posted By: NuclearMECCA (5/12/2010 5:09:43 PM)


They do occasionally give green answers to flying. This is just the latest in the heritage of Deadly Recluse, Traproot Kami, and Spidersilk Armor.
Posted By: Atali (10/2/2010 10:13:07 PM)


This seems much worse than Spidersilk Armor.
Posted By: Daerien (11/23/2010 2:59:45 AM)


@lordDeathsBlood No, flying creatures could still attack you. Form of the Dragon prevents creatures from being declared as attackers if they don't have flying; it doesn't stop them from attacking if they lose flying.
Posted By: temporicide (3/14/2011 3:36:20 PM)


Unfortunately, no. See, this card triggers when they are declared attacking (when you tap them) and those flying creatures don't lose their flying until afterwards. Meaning they are already tapped and attacking when they lose it, so the time Form of the Dragon would have stopped them from attacking has already passed.

Sort of like if someone taps (Trip Noose) an attacking creature after it attacks. Sure, it gets tapped in the sense that the ability resolves. Yes, tapped creatures cannot attack. But when it gets tapped is after it is already attacking.

So for the same reason you have to a tap a potential attacker before the Declare Attackers Phase, you have to strip the flying off of them before that Phase to reap the benefit of FotD.
Posted By: OmegaSerris (11/24/2011 1:47:27 PM)


Sweet, now my Terra Stomper can tell Baneslayer Angel to shut up. On the other hand, dang, now my Banelsayer loses out to green fatties. Thanks to this card my WhiteGreen deck is becoming a pure Green deck. No need for broken fliers when I can just trample over everything now.
Posted By: Eved (5/27/2010 7:22:57 AM)


Green's answer to flyers aside from spiders. I like it, as it allows me to play more big fatties without worrying about the sky
Posted By: Pramxnim (4/16/2010 12:09:19 AM)