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Yeah, the only problem with death bomb was that it was too splashable. Glad to see they addressed all the issues with death bomb's design here.

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Posted By: metalevolence (10/6/2010 7:13:55 AM)
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Fun to pair with Savra, Queen of the Golgari in EDH.
Posted By: Cryonic (9/27/2010 1:05:11 PM)
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Sometimes it's better than Death Bomb, sometimes it isn't. It could be pretty good when you'll manage to pull something hecatombic... it comboes well with perilous myr...and is useless for infect decks. Seems ok for uncommon slot.

@ Darein
That means: controller of creature gonna lose life equal to nuber of creatures put into all graveyards from the beginning of untap step to moment this spell resolves so any creatures that die later (after resolve) won't cause that player to lose additional life.

@ Asimath
Short answer: no, you won't be able to cast it.
Long answer: Well, this spell needs target. So,technically, you can target one of your own creatures with it, and lose all that life and creatures yourself. But this is dumb thing to do 99% of the time.
Posted By: Gavrilo (10/22/2010 5:27:09 AM)
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Damn, I'm glad I don't have allergies!
Posted By: EvilCleavage (10/1/2010 8:25:11 PM)
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If this counts spawn tokens like Blade of the Bloodchief, then this card is pretty bonkers.

Come to think of it, use in conjunction with Blade and/or Mortician Beetle for extra mileage.
Posted By: gelleetin (9/24/2010 5:11:09 AM)
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Would have been much better if it would read: 'each player sacrifices a creature'.
Posted By: Cheza (10/3/2010 11:44:52 AM)
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As an additional cost to cast Flesh Allergy, sacrifice a creature.

Destroy target creature. Its controller loses life equal to the number of creatures put into all graveyards from the battlefield this turn.

Now I have a few questions on the text here "Its controller loses life equal to the number of creatures put into all graveyards from the battlefield this turn."

In the underline above what does it mean this turn as in what the whole turn to end step or are we talking the end of the spells turn? that specific phase? because in this text it could be argued many ways and I want more outside input on this. You all have great ideas on using abilities, instants and such to throw away items to cause massive damage however for sake of combos I would like to know what it mean End of Turn????

Darein
Posted By: Darein (10/18/2010 8:01:22 PM)
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In casual, I got to put this to work in a Hybrid Phyraxia deck I had built up using Phyraxian Ghoul, Sacrificed about three tokens and two cheap zombies, popped this out, then swung for around fifteen or so damage. Immediately annihilated hislife.
Posted By: SoulShatterer (10/1/2010 6:41:29 PM)
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The art is insane. Whatever thing that may be, is just insane.
Posted By: Dregrage (9/24/2010 8:40:34 AM)
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Should work a treat in my Eldrazi spawn deck. The only other card with a comparable effect that I own is Bone Splinters, and this has more interaction with the deck. Will have to test it out first though.
Posted By: Stray_Dog (10/1/2010 5:32:18 AM)
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