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@Guest: um, that isn't a brontosaur, it's a stylized wave. I agree with about cannot being countered is better, but then it would have to an instant or something in order to affect the card. Preventing bounce worked better with the cycle.
Posted By: jsttu (1/27/2011 2:25:08 PM)


I love how blue is represented by a brontosaur, when dinosaurs and lizards are usually represented by green and red.

Also protection from blue is the most useless protection there is, i'd rather have the ability "Can't be countered."
Posted By: Guest57443454 (7/1/2009 10:39:44 AM)


looks white to me
Posted By: ttian (3/27/2009 8:46:15 AM)


When me and my brother were quite new at this game, he cast a creature and slapped a few enchantments, including a Red Ward or something. I Unsummoned it, destroyed all the enchantments. Later in that same game, he cast the creature again, and slapped a few more enchantments on it, including a Blue Ward. I drew another Unsummon, and it sat uselessly in my hand as the Blue Ward laughed in my face and the creature grew in formidability. Ah, those were the days.
Posted By: DrJack (7/3/2011 5:49:33 PM)


If you take a good look at the alpha set, it was like they were trying to build this complicated game based on creatures. But what happened was allot of weak cards and the power 9.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (8/29/2012 8:36:24 AM)


Protects your Serra Angel from Psionic Blast.
Posted By: Ibn_Shisha (6/9/2013 5:33:14 PM)


The pop-art (yet neo-minimalist) etchings of Blue Ward, liegemen to the Pollackian legacy, question its own raison d'etre. Is it visual tropes? Is it self-conscious (self-mocking/self-loathing) po-mo nombrilisme? Or is it simply (and solely) a stochastic snapshot sans lexical basis? The color ward cycle can best be examined as artistic interventions against the oppressive humor archetype, whereas the unappealingly desperate musings of Dan Frazier's eponymous series are truly indebted to Jenny Holzer’s oeuvre. Or, as Baudrillard and Guillaume so succinctly state, "What is produced with the romantic turn…is…the…play of…masculine hysteria…of …sexual paradigms that once again must be reinserted in the more general and universal context of a change in the paradigms of otherness."
Posted By: car2n (2/22/2014 6:06:27 PM)