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There are so many bonuses to this card:

1 - 6 CMC both playable in Black and Blue, as well as a great General
2 - 5/5, easy to attack and block without dying to pesky instants like Lightning Bolt
3 - It has flying, able to make it a little bit more versatile than most creatures.
4 - Not only Mills your opponents cards, but she exiles them, and gets FLYING TOKENS from that

Posted By: Ferlord (9/2/2011 7:45:38 PM)


Just what mill needs: Chump blockers (and flying ones at that) and the exiling of cards, especially when you're going up against a Dredge deck, etc.
Posted By: pedrodyl (10/28/2011 7:57:35 PM)


I want to make a mono blue or mono black EDH deck with her. Just to screw with people.
Posted By: Squab (2/27/2012 10:12:44 AM)


Combine with DIre Undercurrents and laugh like the evil genius you are.
Posted By: MisterMirage (10/13/2011 10:09:47 PM)


Wow. That's all there is to say.
Posted By: herpdaderp (8/25/2011 4:40:11 PM)


She mills and exiles cards.
She makes tokens that fly and basically have flash.
She flies and, to date, has higher power/toughness than any other blue wizard in the game.

Any of these three, by themselves, make her good. She has all of them.
She's also versatile, and will have no trouble in any deck that is black or blue.

She's also survives most kill spells. Terror, doomblade? Nope, she's quite black. lightning bolt, Flame slash? Nope, she's too big. To top that of she's a blue faerie, so the player will have a fist full of Spellstutter Sprites and Familiar's Ruses to defender her.

If you can criticize her, she has a heavy cost, but it's worth it, and you really don't want her unless you have manna to burn anyway. For a nice meaty six cost, it's hard to do better. 5/5
Posted By: Zoah (9/4/2011 10:08:05 PM)


Absolutely brutal card and one of the best Commander generals ever.
Posted By: Baconradar (10/13/2011 11:57:30 AM)


This one's like Kresh. Jund decks in Standard used other cards. Faerie decks in Standard used other cards. Standard cards don't belong in From the Vault. Sure, Lorwyn/Shadowmoor might be considered old- if you have the attention span of a squirrell. Just because a card is strong, and good in Commander, doesn't mean it's From the Vault quality.
It needs to have a combination of antiqueness and power that makes it special.
Every From the Vault card needs to pass what I call the ''M10 Lightning Bolt" test, or it's a mistake.
Granted, 'Exiled' and 'Relics' this was even more true than it normally should be-

but we could have seen some Xth Edition/Onslaught Pit Fighters, or some Ravnican Guildmasters, and that would have been reasonable to call "From the Vault" than all these Alarans. A good card that is special for no other reason than that it is good is not actually special. Black Lotus can be Force of Willed. Force of Will can be Mana Drained. Every block will have some good car... (see all)
Posted By: DarthParallax (9/13/2011 9:20:36 PM)


Wizards: We need something to finish this.
Troll: How about something thats crappy and not worth much in money wise, like Oona?
Wizards: That is a brilliant idea!
Posted By: 1919 (9/2/2011 7:50:15 PM)


I thought I was being unique by using her as my General,
but it seems like I'm just another "follower".

Oh well... at least I feel reassured she does her job *very* well.

My favorite BU creature ever,
and one of my favorite multicolored creatures.
These "hybrid mana" spells and creatures are quite fun and useful.
Posted By: drpvfx (10/24/2011 12:43:07 AM)