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Thank god this card doesn't get destroyed when you use it.
Posted By: Woozly (5/29/2011 3:53:56 PM)


Meh I don't care what people say, protection from white is very useful BECAUSE white has the most removal and most threatning color. Black's removal amount is a joke in comparison.
Posted By: AbyssalManZero (12/25/2009 7:57:27 PM)


Flickering Ward puts this card to shame.
Posted By: mrredhatter (10/4/2009 1:31:30 PM)


Flickering Ward puts every card from Alpha's Ward cycle into shame.
Posted By: Mode (11/9/2009 7:37:56 AM)


I nor anybody else needs to explain why this card is worthless.
Posted By: SavageBrain89 (7/29/2009 5:24:30 PM)


I don't see why this card wouldn't destroy itself. One of things about color protection is the permanent with it can not be enchanted by any aura's (in this case white) that it is being protected from. So, you put this on it. It gets protection from white. Then, since it has protection from white and white ward is a white enchantment, it should bounce right off it. Or, maybe what it means is that this card is an exception. If it didn't have the text saying it doesn't destroy itself, then it would be destroyed
Posted By: Mulhull (7/12/2010 10:52:55 PM)


These Wards suck. Flickering Ward is better.
Posted By: Duskdale_Wurm (6/6/2010 11:25:26 PM)


back in the day this card was a joke as white had almost zero target spells , now its proply one of the better wards, definatly better than green...................stil rubbish though
Posted By: Mindbend (6/20/2010 12:13:33 PM)


White's main removal, Wrath of God, is nontargeted and nondamaging so this doesn't protect squat against it.
Posted By: tavaritz (5/22/2011 12:06:12 PM)



"All of us" might be a bit of a stretch. The old, way back when rules for protection didn't remove enchantments on illegal targets with a state based action like they do now. This card, in its prime (alpha and such) actually did protect against wrath of god. The old rules were ambiguous, but well laid out. A creature with protection from white was unaffected by cards that it had protection from. This card is an example of a design flaw that was overcome once the 4th edition rules came out.
Posted By: Snafinturtle (2/20/2012 2:22:13 AM)


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