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But once you get down to 1-2 players, if you've been playing anygood, this will stick around for a long time.

Or you could just leave a death team open to kill what they attack with. Very nice.
Posted By: wolfbear2 (6/28/2010 5:29:09 PM)


This scheme is pretty busted in small games. One of the best schemes IMO. It forces your opponents to overextend into your mass removal. Not only that, but you even get free mass removal from your scheme deck via those schemes that kill a bunch of creatures.
Posted By: mutantman (8/9/2010 1:01:15 AM)


Looks almost like the aftermath of Leaf Arrow. This creature isn't having a very good day.
Posted By: Notoriety (8/12/2010 8:37:33 PM)


Use this with a deck that has Silent Arbiter or Crawlspace and you become persistently immune to all attacks except for trample damage.
Posted By: Artscrafter (10/22/2010 10:28:58 AM)


@infernox10: It'll block anything. When you put a token into play blocking something, it doesn't matter if that block would otherwise be legal.
Posted By: Tanaka348 (7/16/2010 10:07:26 PM)


very cool concept but this never sticks around for very long, seeing as though attacking with 4 creatures is super easy when it's a team of 3-4.
Posted By: tantallum99 (6/24/2010 4:03:15 PM)


can the tokens block an unblockable creature
Posted By: headhunter30 (7/6/2010 2:20:19 PM)


Does it block unblockable creatures, and does it block fliers?
That's my question, but otherwise a very good card.
Posted By: infernox10 (7/12/2010 9:42:55 PM)


Tanaka is right, scheme cards overrule game rules, and I'm sure the card would include an"if able" clause if the tokens were treated as normally blocking creatures.
Posted By: BobKelso (8/8/2010 4:56:54 PM)


Does the ongoing scheme stay on top of the deck or does it stay beside the deck?
Posted By: AdrianD (1/11/2011 8:30:30 PM)