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Despite its awkward flavor text, this card that destroys artifacts with flashback is a pretty good reprint--except for its redundant flavor text on a card with flashback that destroys artifacts and was reprinted with flavor text that feels awkward.
Posted By: Shadoflaam (1/17/2012 1:41:58 PM)


Holy heavy-handed flavor text Batman! Ok, we get it, werewolves don't like Avacyn's Collar!

Awesome card tho. This is main deck material in combo with Liquimetal Coating.
Posted By: Paleopaladin (4/22/2012 1:17:45 PM)


They should reprint Ray of Revelation too.
Posted By: Vedalken_Arbiter (10/14/2011 3:43:43 PM)


What a great reprint! My favorite artifact hate card returns. Liquimetal Coating deck is getting funnier.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (9/23/2011 6:58:35 AM)



Posted By: TherealphatMatt (10/17/2011 7:12:36 PM)


I feel like they printed this pretty much as a sideboard against the mythic swords of the scars block
Posted By: Revelation666 (9/23/2011 11:55:58 AM)


@Lyconet I thought the same thing! The flavor text feels awkward.

Anyway, more crap to deal with for my Esper Deck. Yay.
Posted By: JFM2796 (9/22/2011 4:02:06 PM)


OK, that's it. I officially have no will not to splash green into my R/U counterburn deck. Time to double up on dual lands, I guess.

On the flavor text, I really like the concept, but it just sounds so condescending. You could have just ended after "...it's a collar." You read it and say, "oh, like Avacyn's Collar, which he's currently smashing." And then while you're thinking that to yourself already, the flavor text jumps back in and goes "Yes, collars like this one right here. That he's smashing. Also, that's Avacyn's Collar, by the way. Which is the symbol of her church, in case you didn't know that."

It's called enthymeme, people! Leave part of the story out so that the reader fills in the missing pieces and becomes invested in its telling.
Posted By: Lyoncet (9/22/2011 3:58:29 PM)


@Vedalken_Arbiter: Guess what? They are.
Posted By: syrazemyla (1/8/2012 10:10:31 PM)


I will use this to destroy MasterOfEtherium.
Posted By: azure_drake222222 (2/5/2013 3:10:01 PM)