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A good hoser of blue, in blue.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (12/19/2010 10:53:25 AM)
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Definitely a multiplayer card and a great signal that your opponents need to stop playing those stupid counters!
Posted By: Shushoto (12/4/2010 11:44:50 AM)
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Now I know what to run if my store ever holds an all blue deck tourney.
Posted By: TPmanW (1/4/2011 4:41:41 PM)
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I've run these in sideboards of Green decks that had Birds and such along with City of Solitudes and Defense Grids. The control decks started choking :)

and then River Boa with Rancor ate their faces :)
Posted By: Pontiac (7/15/2011 10:43:42 PM)
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TPmanW: you mean any Legacy or Vintage event?
Posted By: DarthParallax (3/11/2012 7:20:01 PM)
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Carpet of Flowers
Posted By: matunos (6/7/2012 1:06:29 AM)
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Notice that red spells likely to be chosen, kill spells likely to be used, pump spells (if someone was running them), instant speed draw, etc.

This is a prime example of how to do a blue or blue-X aggro. Dropping this ensures your Delvers, Serendib Efreets, and Serendib Djinn, possible phantasmal creatures as well, get through quickly for massive damage.

If they can't be burned/destroyed easily, then your opponent will have to fight your above-the-curve evasive creatures. Good luck with that when your deck is slathered in sorcery speed control.
Posted By: blurrymadness (5/14/2013 9:16:35 AM)
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