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This card is amazing in pretty much all zombie decks. I love the art, too! :D
Posted By: Keino (7/7/2011 3:09:56 PM)
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I welcome the zombies w/ open arms. I made many zombie decks back when there were only 3 vamps in existance. Filling the gy w/ fresh recruits makes the cemetery reaper that much better. If only Liliana were here to see this.
Posted By: ObsceneMartyr (7/21/2011 6:01:33 PM)
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Welcome back, you dirty, filthy, sexy enchantment you.
Screw grave titan. He talks the talk, but he doesn't walk the walk.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (7/16/2011 5:35:29 AM)
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Makes for a really long prerelease game when your opponent plays pacifism on your vengeful pharaoh and no one draws anything to deal with this.

Aside from that, it does wonders with cemetery reaper or reassembling skeleton.
Posted By: roguepariah (7/10/2011 6:09:12 PM)
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Bringin' back the zombie power.
Vampires are the creature type for kids anyway, I'm more of a classic zombie guy myself.
Rotten flesh > Pale face make-up.
Posted By: DlCK (7/8/2011 12:42:11 PM)
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An excellent choice for a reprint. I don't see zombie tribal power being that great at the moment, but that's another thing that Innistrad might manage to change, though vampires are probably going to continue to be the black tribe of choice.
Posted By: KikiJikiTiki (7/7/2011 4:28:03 PM)
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The real power in this card is the feeling of hopelessness you can inspire in an opponent. Clever use of cards such as Curse of Death's Hold can hose down small cards (and multiple copies of them can really cripple some opponents), while your opponent looks at the creature cards in his hand, knowing that as soon as he plays one of them it'll be dead before summoning sickness wears off.

And, of course, if your opponent can play more than one creature you are playing the colour that has rather a lot of kill spells.
Posted By: Mittoo (10/1/2011 6:14:43 AM)
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Combos with Conspiracy!
Posted By: LordRandomness (7/30/2012 3:37:54 PM)
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@omegaserris

"Each end step" would mean everybody's end step. "The end step" means your end step. if it meant it only triggered once, it would say "the next end step." Hope that answers your question

Also, this card is ridiculously awesome. It that Betrays, artificial evolution to make it a zombie or target the enchantment (the latter is preferred, because who the hell runs eldrazi as a main function), and this card. The whole field is yours.
Posted By: Averyck (9/16/2012 2:21:30 PM)
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With Innistrad driving Zombie Tribal hard (Army of the Undead, anyone? Endless Ranks of the Dead? Unbreathing Horde?), reprinting this card was highly logical.
Posted By: Lord_of_Tresserhorn (9/18/2011 2:22:58 PM)
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