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Great naming on this card. Lignin is the chemical that makes trees so rigid (as opposed to the cellulose in, say, flowers). To lignify something is to deposit lignin in it's cells, thereby making it stiff. Props Wizards!
Posted By: Stinga (11/12/2012 12:54:13 PM)


"I'd like to be a tree..."
Posted By: LordRandomness (12/8/2011 3:29:40 PM)


Lols when my green white enchantress deck turned an Iona into a tree. So much for green not having any gigantic creature removals.
Posted By: redcap04 (3/10/2010 5:31:52 AM)


Excellent {G} removal. Nothing was more entertaining than playing EDH and enchanting this on Doran, The Seige Tower...made a real treefolk out of him.
Posted By: tcollins (5/6/2012 5:48:02 PM)


In accordance with the Americans with No Abilities Act...
Posted By: http404error (3/21/2012 8:57:48 AM)


I don't care if it is the dumbest move to make, but if there is a pegasus on the battlefield, I am going to lignify it.
Posted By: DeviousPie (4/29/2012 8:09:32 AM)


They told me I could be anything, so I became a tree.
Posted By: Sleaw (4/22/2012 11:57:44 AM)


This seems to be about the best removal green has.
Posted By: StreamHopper (5/4/2010 12:00:06 PM)


I like this kind of thing being green's removal. Let's see some more of this.
Posted By: ROBRAM89 (12/18/2010 8:19:28 PM)


This is an awesome card. On one hand, it's a kind of Green version of "Faith's Fetters", but on the other hand, it can be used as a buff. Play one of these on an "Awakener Druid", for example, and suddenly you've turned your 1/1 that's easy to burn off the board into a decent 0/4 blocker, and your 4/5 Treefolk forest is more difficult for your opponents to get rid of.

In my books, any card as versatile as this gets 5/5!
Posted By: SChowney (3/6/2010 5:52:31 AM)