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Deathtouch is supposed to weaken him because it's redundant for such a large body to have. The reason they gave him a bad first ability is to balance out the fact that, of the five titans, his triggered ability is the best.
Posted By: Selez (3/6/2011 12:32:21 AM)


Yo dawg, we heard you like zombies, so we put TWO zombies in your zo-
Wait, he isn't a zombie.
Rise from the Grave this guy.
Noooow we're talkin'.
Posted By: infernox10 (5/28/2011 4:09:56 AM)


He would be far too powerful if he was directly attached to the zombie tribe, this way he's at least somewhat balanced. Although he could still be used alongside Death Baron...

Free 3/3 zombies with Deathtouch?

That's not even counting the rest of the possible zombie lords out there! You can make his drops pretty beefy, just keep a counter or two to avoid your opponent's boardwipe...
Posted By: Kitty_the_Kat (6/21/2011 8:44:29 PM)


I used to think his deathtouch was an empty ability, until I was considering gang-blocking one. Ugh.
Posted By: Opaque (7/4/2011 6:30:23 PM)


I think that in actuality Grave Titan is the most powerful of the M11 Titans. While Primeval Titan is of course the attractive one because of its immense card advantage and ramping capability, Grave Titan instead brings it with raw power. He has the advantage in damage-dealing over his red comrade Inferno Titan in the obvious advantage that he can't be destroyed by Doom Blade and in the more subtle advantage that he spreads his power over multiple bodies. By necessity, three creatures are much harder to remove than one. Day of Judgment is the only thing he fears.

Although each of the Titans have a defining board presence, I think his is the most definitive. He can swing games around nearly immediately, providing three creatures for the price of one- one of those creatures being remarkably explosive and dangerous (himself, of course). He complicates combat with ... (see all)
Posted By: The_Trendkill (8/25/2010 7:40:03 PM)


the flavor of this guy is awesome. its jason voorhees with a gas mask and dead people fallin out his chest.
Posted By: krauser-gogetthegirl (4/26/2011 12:21:48 AM)


It's really hard to decide wether this or the white or green titan is the best of the cycle. All three are just disgustingly powerful.

Its just a shame that black has moved from zombies to vampires, otherwise this could have been that much better. Death Baron still exists though.
Posted By: Laguz (7/8/2010 1:39:28 PM)


Best titan I would say.
Posted By: VirtueVsVice (7/8/2010 5:57:58 PM)


Everything about this thing is sexy, especially its artwork.

10 power and 3 attackers for 6 mana? Deathtouch and the ability to spit out 4 more power in two separate attackers in each concurrent turn? Oh, you shouldn't have. :)
Posted By: DonRoyale (7/8/2010 12:30:00 PM)


I'm not really sure when the color pie was thrown out the the window, but it sure was before this. mtg has done a great job of completely screwing up the power levels by giving control or otherwise spell-based colors ludicrously powerful creatures to lean on...
Posted By: madmonty (3/30/2011 7:23:13 PM)


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