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Guy in the back: What's going on?
Guy in the front: It's that idiot. He's playing really shit cards.

On a more serious note, this is really situation but could have been made a good card by adding the cantrip effect to it. Then you have a crappy situational effect that draws you a card.
Posted By: Studoku (3/7/2011 9:22:53 AM)


Into The Fray

With the weight of both you can't consider allowing it "tweak effect" card options like flash/buyback or cantrip. Yet you'll never need both.
Posted By: Falos (7/12/2010 10:00:41 PM)


I don't care for the card, but I LOVE the idea. Of course the creature becomes red. That just makes sense! Like using Rise from the Grave to make the creature a black zombie. It's a no-brainer situation.
Posted By: ZEvilMustache (7/9/2010 12:16:29 PM)


I used to have a history professor like that, but he was Incited all the time :>

Seriously, it's just a cute little flavor-trick for red. And a way to make your opponent lose their Darksteel Colossus to an All is Dust. That would be funny.
Posted By: Necrosage_Disel (11/12/2010 2:12:31 PM)


Golly I sure wish WotC would stop power creeping!
Posted By: Troutz (9/6/2010 9:38:19 AM)


Looking to build a Niv-Mizzet, the Firemind deck, and had an idea to combine this with Aetherplasm to bring him out early. Definitely situational, but it's a cheap way to force attack.
Posted By: kmagefyre (9/13/2010 11:04:12 PM)


Posted By: DlCK (6/10/2011 12:41:55 PM)


Guy in the back: "YOUR MOM!"
Guy in the back's thoughts: *lol. this is going to be so funny.*

Guy in the front: "grrrkk!"
Guy in the front's thoughts: *imma kill him.*
Posted By: Hevaen (2/12/2011 3:04:42 PM)


Cheap, wonky removal, best off in limited, most likely.

The 'make your dude attack into unfavorable blockers' bit is nice, but I'm most intrigued by the color-changing aspect of this card and whether it can be abused.
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (7/10/2010 9:27:00 AM)


Not quite what I'd expect from a red card but... I'm loving it!
It has so many uses.

If your opponent is about to cast something like "Target white creature gains +1/+1" then cast that during the combat phase and cancel out the effects..

Using a split deck and want to cast Doom Blade on a black creature? No problem, just pay the 1(R) beforehand then blast it out of the sky.

Got a nasty creature on the field that either has an effect you want to get rid of, is blocking your attackers or you simply want gone? That's fine, just cast this during your opponents turn, forcing it to attack and then wipe it out with lots of your blocking creatures.

I mean sure a Lightning Bolt would be more effective early game, but, I really like the versatility of this.
Posted By: TopHatCat (7/11/2010 2:24:50 AM)