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Building a typical Merfolk deck and including Seahunter doesn't mean you're building around it. =P

But yes, it's a fantastic card, no questions asked. If your Wanderwine Prophets is making contact and you have a Seahunter out, it's pretty much GG as you can keep getting out "extra turn fodder", giving you what is more or less infinite turns.

Even though it's not a Merfolk, include it in most Merfolk decks. It's that simple.
Posted By: JaxsonBateman (5/21/2011 11:09:48 AM)


Moggcatcher is sort of like the same card in red for goblins. Skyshroud Poacher is sort of like the same card in green for elves.

It's kind of weird that a card that's supposed to work together with merfolk has such an abusive flavor, but if they can't feel pain, I guess I can feel a bit more comfortable about the prospect.
Posted By: Gelzo (6/9/2011 12:42:44 AM)


Absolutely priceless flavor text lol. My father used to say that when we'd go fishing when I was younger. I never could pull the hooks out of their mouth without feeling like I was hurting the thing ><

This card is amazing in EDH. Pretty much lets you play any merfolk you want, whenever you want to.
Posted By: endersblade (6/16/2011 1:10:45 PM)


Good in merfolk decks. Also good with Conspiracy if you don't feel like hardcasting Emrakul, Progenitus, Blightsteel Colossus or Scornful Egotist.
Posted By: SirZapdos (11/25/2011 6:41:04 AM)


This makes me want to build a deck around it.
Posted By: AlphaNumerical (8/4/2009 2:44:55 PM)


already did
(very mean infinite turn deck)
Wanderwine Prophets
Deepchannel Mentor
Merrow Commerce
Stonybrook Schoolmaster
Summon the School
Sygg, River Guide
Cleansing Meditation
savor the moment
Posted By: BioPrince (11/12/2009 5:26:54 PM)


Artificial Evolution and you've got a nasty, NASTY combo.
Posted By: Arachnos (8/28/2012 7:52:01 PM)


Regarding the flavour text, wouldn't fear count as a kind of "pain" response? It's certainly not a pleasant feeling, in any case, and never mind the fact that I highly doubt his assertion is true to begin with.
Posted By: Tiggurix (6/23/2013 2:36:43 PM)