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And this is why it's a bad Idea to open alpha/beta booster packs instead of selling them.
Posted By: faisjdas (7/12/2010 8:52:23 PM)


ive played with this, and for general purposes its a great card. having this ability able to be enchanted on any creature is great, especially if you have Battle Mastery. With +1 +1 and double strike it is an effective means to get rid of both creatures and players.
Posted By: wtiger_the_theif (4/11/2010 8:08:23 AM)


It would be interesting design space to print a card similar to this one as printed - an enchant creature (/land/whatever) which has global effects, kind of imbuing the creature with a bit of your power. Gameplay wise, it would expose you to card disadvantage, but you could cost it to account for this.
Posted By: djflo (2/17/2011 4:43:58 AM)


This is okay, but I prefer Holy Armor. More defense for less mana.

But I tend not to be aggro, so you tell me.
Posted By: land_comment (3/26/2011 6:10:18 AM)


I miss the old days, when it simply said : +1/+1 and hadn't been errata'd yet.
Posted By: niceguygreensboro (7/19/2010 4:42:39 PM)


Funny to see the wording change from alpha.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (5/2/2012 6:51:17 PM)


Right, did anyone expect to see THIS come back in M14? As an uncommon, admittedly.
Posted By: SkyknightXi (7/7/2013 9:09:49 PM)


The heck!? This is a GREAT card! It gives a creature white Shade ability for WhiteWhite. That's very powerful in a mono-white deck.
Posted By: ClockworkSwordfish (1/30/2010 1:27:03 PM)


if you need to enchant a creature with shadiness, start by playing black instead of white, then get yourself a shade's form.
Posted By: supershawn (3/5/2011 2:31:38 PM)


Not that powerful actually, for two mana i would rather play a creature instead - when running black Nantuko Shade for instance, that's like a black version of this Aura with a 2/1 body included.
Auras in general mean card disadvantage - your opponent gets rid of two cards on your side by casting one removal spell. Yet there are fortunately exceptions like Rancor or Umbras from Rise of the Eldrazi.
Posted By: Mode (4/6/2010 3:35:03 PM)