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Being in Venser, the Sojourner's deck makes Neurok Invisimancer more valuable than he normally would be.
Posted By: Speednat (4/5/2012 10:17:19 PM)


Great 2 for 1 with a ton of flavor through it's mechanics. Vorthos fodder.
Posted By: lorendorky (4/8/2012 7:03:57 PM)


I really don't understand how this is rated lower than phantom warrior
he's the same cost with the same effect, only he's got 1 toughness as opposed to 2. And when he enters, your huge beefy creature can becomes unblockable for a turn. And on top of that, this guy's a common.
The second effect really just makes this guy better than phantom, though he's still not strictly better.
Posted By: ZaisConsultant (7/7/2013 1:49:33 PM)


Don't know why this card is rated so lowly, since it's extremely effective in basically any Ninja deck. Its enter-the-battlefield trigger will help your existing Ninjas get through to the opponent, while the next turn you can use it to swap in some of your bigger Ninjas. Then rinse, and repeat.
Posted By: Guest328481109 (8/26/2012 1:49:40 PM)


Not worth it in it own but good in combination with firebreathing and other creature with firebreathing
P.S i love the art and flavour
Posted By: TheHoovedOne. (5/6/2012 12:48:40 AM)


Very good. It's a phantom warrior by itself that makes other, potentially devastating creatures, unblockable as well. "Enters the battlefield" is always exploitable as well.
Posted By: Hercynian (1/23/2013 8:53:30 PM)


This thing is kind of a beast in my Ninjutsu deck!
Posted By: Beladona_13 (7/10/2013 2:36:27 PM)


For my part, I'm rating this card lower than Phantom Warrior because it has an extremely stupid name. Some linguistics so you people understand what I'm talking about: On TV Tropes they have a page called "Whatevermancy" (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Whatevermancy), where they clarify that the term "___mancy/mancer" is usually a misnomer: "Similarly, -mancer and -mancy seem to have been derived from the well-known "necromancy", even though in the original Greek they come from the word manteia, meaning "divination". The "-mancy" template originally referred to the practice of divining the future using whatever the prefix was as a medium. So a classical necromancer would ask important questions of a dead person's spirit, a pyromancer would look for important symbols in flames, and so on. The proper suffix for someone magically manipulating a substance, force, or entity would be "-urgy" and "-urge" which derives from érgon or "work"."

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Posted By: Tiggurix (1/2/2014 6:10:05 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!