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Something tells me this isn't a maindeck card.
Posted By: Kirbster (8/23/2010 7:45:48 PM)


umm...anybody else think an anti-Rebel land tax should be...i dunno...white?
the color of oppressing?
and that the rebels should have been red?
the color of...rebelling?

just a thought. :P
Posted By: DarthParallax (4/16/2011 6:19:09 PM)


"We need something to balance rebels" "Let's force them to sacrifice lands!"
This is what I call driving in ditches.
Posted By: Sironos (5/5/2010 12:31:33 PM)


Guys, the card in named BRUTAL Suppression. Not Subtle Suppression, not Sow-Dismay-Among-Enemies-Over-Many-Years Suppression. BRUTAL Suppression. It's only fair that this card's ability is equally BRUTAL.
Posted By: Dragon_Whelp (3/19/2011 7:12:36 AM)


At first sight this card looks terribly narrow, but reflecting back on Masques block constructed, when Rebel decks pretty much were the only deck played, this was a attempt to balance Masques block constructed.
Posted By: Guest57443454 (6/29/2009 9:08:05 AM)


Wow man that suppression is just brutal its brutal! ~Nathan Explosion
Posted By: Kryptnyt (4/10/2011 6:00:50 PM)


Turn 1: Brutal Suppression.

Turn 2: Unnatural Selection.

Turn 3+: all opponent's activated abilities are useless.
Posted By: Ideatog (4/9/2011 11:11:31 PM)


The blatancy of this hoser shocks me.

Couldn't it been a little bit more subtle? Maybe if it let you name a creature type when it came into play instead of only working on Rebels, or if it punished searching through libraries.

I know a card like this was needed, but still.
Posted By: PineappleDisciple (10/14/2010 6:55:30 PM)


A narrow, but needed, hoser.
Posted By: Perfect_Genetics (8/13/2010 8:55:28 AM)


Goes well with Knight of the Holy Nimbus.
Posted By: Ratstrodomus (10/23/2012 1:33:47 PM)