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"If there can be no victory, then everyone will fight forever or until my opponents are milled."
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Posted By: CuriousThing (10/24/2011 1:51:08 PM)


indestructibility used to be so much more, you can see how thats changed from here now (scars) compared to old mirrodin just by looking at the cost, -looking @ how much more expensive it was back then, its because it used to mean something

not that it doesn't now, but just not as much (due to accesibilty of exiling cards like revoke existence, and infect particularly in this set)
Posted By: raadface (3/1/2011 4:07:05 PM)


On Thrun it doesn't do much. Indestructibility is redundant with his existing regenerate function, letting you keep him alive for free instead of 2.
Posted By: Atali (2/28/2011 12:43:49 AM)


Perfect gear for any would-be Worldslayer.
Posted By: TPmanW (12/7/2011 10:41:31 PM)


Love the flavor text. Doubly powerful considering that the Mirran faction ultimately lost.
Posted By: SirZapdos (5/8/2012 5:48:32 PM)


My knight exemplar loves to wear this and than cast day of judgment the following turn.
Posted By: UndeadDR (2/7/2011 4:01:02 PM)


Crypt Rats

Board wipe every turn you say?
Posted By: The_Sturm (3/10/2011 1:36:25 AM)


indestructible turned into a game of paper siccors rock when wither appeared, indestructible beats normal, normal doesnt waste extra mana for a useless ability vs wither, and wither beats indestructible,

now that infect is big with the people i play against, and in a set where nearly everyone plays infect, it is useless,

as a whole i do prefer it to the shield of kaldra, as it is cheaper, and in edh having both would be pretty cool, i give it a 3/5 though as its in a set where it is practicly useless
Posted By: Ava_Adore (3/16/2011 7:09:26 AM)


@raadface: I absolutely agree with you. One of the reasons why Lord of the Rings is SO FANTASTIC and enabled such awesome spinoffs as Dungeons and Dragons and Magic: the Gathering is because, it took so *little* stretching of the imagination, to believe it was completely Plausible. In fact, one of the Tolkiens, Chris or John even went as far as suggesting we are living in the Seventh Age of the World now.

I love the Sci-Fi and Fantasy genres to death, but the things I like most out of DnD and MTG don't look remotely like WoW, actually. The "Legends" set has that "Excellent Plausibility" quality to it, that even though it's incredibly weak, I will always like those cards and definitely in an ironic twist use them for DnD campaign inspiration.

With "Indestructibility" becoming more prevalent and less relevant, and "Exiling" being almost synonymous with "Answer" (replacing Counter, Destroy, and Mill in different cards if you are trying to Spike your deck to Tomb of Horrors level... (see all)
Posted By: DarthParallax (1/19/2013 9:01:08 AM)


Oh yeah? Well I'll put an ARTIFICER'S HEX on your Darksteel Plate! That'll show you!!
Posted By: Kindulas (7/8/2013 12:40:37 AM)


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