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@JFM2796: Don't worry, they're just crocodile tears.
Posted By: HuntingDrake (9/22/2011 5:44:04 PM)


Unbelievable synergy with Plaguemaw Beast.
Posted By: gatorjunkie (12/19/2011 7:53:23 PM)


I'm not sure how I feel about this guy. The ability + hexproof are awesome because once he hits the board, there aren't many ways to get rid of him. Either you wipe the board or force a sacrifice/block.

The cost is a bit high though. Dropping a 1/1 ~T4 means you're playing a shrimp when your opponent is probably hitting his fatties. That means you've got a creature that might not be of use for a turn or two until a few others die.

It just seems a little slow for constructed formats. Drop the cost to 3 to speed it up, or make him a 2/2 for some extra durability out of the gate, and this could be a great card. Casual and sealed play can definitely have fun with it, though.
Posted By: RedJaron (1/5/2012 4:07:31 PM)


I thought Algae Gharial was pretty cool, but what I really wanted was the ability to Gigantiform it directly.
Posted By: Ragamander (11/10/2011 11:41:50 PM)


This isn't too bad, although I wouldn't try to build a deck around it. Great in green-white when you're playing against token decks. Wait until your opponent creates tons of tokens (they'll probably be using parallel lives or kessig cagebreakers or some other token factory deck) and then cast Divine Reckoning. Bunch of tokens dead, lumberknot gets tons of +1/+1.
Posted By: Revenant07 (2/20/2012 10:11:06 AM)


This guy is a fan of Thatcher Revolts.
Posted By: SirZapdos (6/23/2012 11:44:59 AM)


Algae Gharial is crying in a corner right know.
Posted By: JFM2796 (9/22/2011 3:42:48 PM)


@AncientTimer: It's the other way around, bro. This is OK, and Invisible Stalker is the personification of the term "undercosted". Well, actually that would be either Ancestral Recall or Time Walk, but you get my point.
@DarthParralax: If said indestructible artifact is a creature, Lignify then Naturalize. Not really effective, but it was the best I could think of within a monogreen treefolk theme.

With hexproof to protect him, in theory you could play him in a token deck and let it sit back and watch until it grows huge. Maybe with some proliferate to help speeding things up. I'll refrain from mentioning Doubling Season. Looks playable, but it's shadowed by its fellow standard treefolk Dungrove Elder, at least in monogreen.
Posted By: Lash_of_Dragonbreath (11/2/2011 8:20:43 PM)


Woodcutter: "lalala just cutting me a new house...chop chop"
Block of wood: "MOMMMYYYYYYYYYY!"
Lumberknot: "IMMA SAVE YOU"
Posted By: zzxyyzx (5/12/2013 8:19:34 PM)


Treefolk, hexproof, keeps growing bigger... seems pretty playable
Posted By: GrimjawxRULES (9/23/2011 3:02:21 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!