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well i think all of us see empires-control decks of all colors in the next future. this may be the finisher.
Posted By: don_miguel (7/8/2011 4:30:26 AM)


If you get all 3 out (in turn 4 or 5, with a bit of luck), pay 4 and tap them to get each turn:

- Gain control of target creature.
-Deal 3 damage to target player.
-Put five 1/1 soldier tokens on the battlefield.

Is that worth the 3 turns and the 3 cards you used in your combo, plus the 4 mana you have to pay every turn to get it moving? I don't know, I'm probably never going to play a deck based on these either way.
Posted By: Lash_of_Dragonbreath (7/8/2011 8:26:58 PM)


I saw the art for this and IMMEDIATELY knew it was going to be a variant of the almighty Rod of Ruin.

The guy gets a +2 damage height bonus from sitting on the throne.
Posted By: Goatllama (10/8/2012 2:23:07 PM)


Use all 3 with an Unwinding Clock...
Posted By: swensonator (9/2/2011 12:43:58 AM)


I'd just like to voice my appreciation of the great artwork. Take a look at the folds in the cloth, for instance.
Posted By: Weevy (3/15/2012 8:18:14 AM)


Rod of Ruin can kill creatures. This is solid for enabling bloodthirst though.
Posted By: auriscope (7/7/2011 9:12:34 PM)


Courtesy links: Crown of Empires Throne of Empires
Posted By: sonorhC (7/8/2011 9:43:12 AM)


Imagine a guy with this. Imagine him hitting someone over the head with it.
Now imagine the same scene, but the guy has this, the Crown, and is sitting in the Throne while he does it.
So... where does the 2 damage come from?
Posted By: Kryptnyt (7/16/2011 6:27:41 AM)


Hilariously, I think you deal damage by bonking them on the head with this.

When the other pieces are together, you just bonk them 3 times. I think your opponent allows them because of honor-points.
Posted By: Ferlord (11/27/2012 9:36:38 PM)


Rod of Ruin's less crappy cousin.

Ah, my bad. Didn't see the player-only stipulation.
Posted By: SirMalkin (7/7/2011 10:55:18 PM)


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