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Apparently at the time 2/2 for 2 creatures were considered to be so efficient that only green got to have them. For the other colors, 2/2 for 3 was apparently the norm as seen in Scathe Zombies and Pearled Unicorn. Still brings up the question of why something like Sedge Troll would have been printed in the same set though.
Posted By: achilleselbow (6/23/2010 10:06:24 AM)


She may have become the baseline yardstick for three-drops, but I wouldn't actually play her. I never did, even from my first deck. Props for the flavour text though. And I suppose 'Gray Ogre' is a better term than Goblin Hero or Raging Bull would have been.
Posted By: stygimoloch (2/14/2009 6:51:29 AM)


uthden troll
Posted By: bhunji42 (10/4/2009 6:04:49 AM)


Why would anyone play this in general?
Posted By: RafiqTheMiststalker (4/18/2010 7:06:14 PM)


Your forgetting the time 'she' came out at, obviously there are more attractive cards now that for the CMC will get you more Ogre than you can take home to your mother, but she was a class act of her time.
and another card for your Keldon Warlord.
Posted By: KMcombine (5/12/2010 8:15:50 AM)


Why would anyone play her when Hurloon Minotaur offers 1 more point of toughness for the same CMC...
Posted By: Guest57443454 (7/1/2009 1:57:15 PM)


The original red "bear"
Posted By: Ibn_Shisha (5/4/2010 4:55:44 PM)


I like the flavour text, not an amazingly efficient card though.
Posted By: Biggles (10/31/2011 2:04:48 PM)



The same CMC yes, but Hurloon Minotaur's casting cost is {1}{R}{R}, making it harder to use in a multicolored deck.

Of course, then there's the aforementioned Sedge Troll from the same set, which actually does render this card all but useless unless you have a thing for ogres.
Posted By: tankthebest (1/12/2012 2:28:17 PM)


...because before kids started spending all their allowance on these cards, rarity mattered.
Posted By: richardshort (2/4/2012 8:05:57 PM)