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Green has direct creature destruction that isn't Desert Twister? Sign me up. The fact that one measly Green, you can slowly remove the weakest creatures on the board - which seeing as your playing green, shouldn't be yours unless you're playing Elves - makes this a power house. Also, even if after this does it's job and becomes a burden to it's caster, it can easily be Naturalized, ect. A definite 5/5. Green needs this.
Posted By: BongRipper420 (9/4/2012 7:00:21 PM)


Wow a card that can kill progenitus.. impressive for a drop of honey
Posted By: Skiefyre (10/21/2012 5:51:07 AM)


Oh, you weakling. You couldn't fight your way out of a drop of honey.
Posted By: Cosumel (12/18/2013 10:40:05 PM)


The most powerful force of destruction on any plane: honey.
Posted By: ROBRAM89 (1/20/2011 8:35:20 PM)


For those who haven't read the story, it goes roughly thus: a hunter found a hollow full of honey, and took some with him to sell to an oil merchant. When he went to sell it, a drop spilled. Flies swooped in onto the honey and were quickly eaten by a bird, which was eaten by the merchant's cat, which was killed by the hunter's dog, which was killed by the merchant, who was killed by the hunter. Then the villages of the two men went to war and a lot of people died. The end.
Posted By: SirMalkin (7/14/2011 10:17:43 AM)


This card is awfully powerful for one mana, especially in a color that doesn't usually get such good creature destruction. There's a risk it'll kill your stuff, too, but since you get to pick the target in case of ties, it'll usually help more than it hurts. At the very least you can usually turn it into a slow-acting Wrath of God, which is pretty good for one mana in the wrong color.

Great in a deck with nothing but big creatures, or in a creatureless deck, or a deck that expects to win very quickly once it starts putting creatures into play.
Posted By: Aquillion (4/28/2013 6:28:15 PM)


I guess you guys havent read ''the drop of honey'' in One Thousand and One Nights.
Posted By: Ihateworking (4/16/2011 10:22:32 PM)


Kind of an anagram of Porphyry Nodes.
Posted By: Knifethrower (5/4/2011 12:09:22 PM)


What the heck? This isn't very green.

And Wizards must have no idea what honey does in real life.
Posted By: ClockworkSwordfish (11/22/2010 2:26:31 PM)


although it's a weird card lacking in flavor and color correctness, it's actually really usefull.
Posted By: supershawn (3/4/2011 1:37:56 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!