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Um, wow. Sure, if they can keep an infinite supply of creatures to sac at the ready, he's not that bad (until somebody Fling's him, untaps him, etc.) Of course, having that many creatures lying around to eat without consequences is not common, so this thing will probably just smash face in a few turns as something stupidly huge for the casting cost.

Sure, it does to removal, but it's so fast and huge, who cares?
Posted By: Radagast (10/5/2012 5:59:45 PM)


Pair him up with a Reaper from the Abyss.
Posted By: TastetheJace (10/28/2012 9:01:04 PM)


Along with Demon Taskmaster, Demonlord of Ashmouth, Bloodgift Demon, Rune-Scarred Demon and Griselbrand I would like to see a deck run Cavern of Souls, Heartless Summoning and Rakdos, Lord of Riots.
Posted By: lorendorky (9/25/2012 10:58:24 PM)


Drawback? Where do you see a drawback?
Posted By: rollinsclone (9/27/2012 9:34:02 PM)


I'm just loving all the people who can't recognize a good card when they see one.

"Nope. Not good. Drawback hurts it."

I feel like people are just in denial about how horribly overpowered this is. I want to believe that it's a big internet joke (like Storm Crow), but it's not. People really believe that this is a bad card.
Posted By: StreamHopper (9/27/2012 10:39:26 AM)


ALSO COMBOS WITH Heartless summoning for a 5/5 with flying with a sometimes dangerous drawback....but then again .....for a 5/5 for B B .so what ? You might not beable to attack with it ,but your opponent is bugged to death with it , unless they are running a swarm , undying or token deck , they will be kicking them selves in the @ss when they activate the ability.

Posted By: cioskookycards (9/25/2012 6:44:53 PM)


The upside of this card is that it's a 6/6 with flying for 4 CMC.

The downside of this card is that the opponents can stave it off for a turn by voluntarily sacrificing one of their creatures to make it more powerful. PERMANENTLY.

I... see. Hmm.
Posted By: Villainous1 (10/27/2012 12:46:37 PM)


What's that? Wanna lock it down with tokens / Gravecrawler?

Oh I'm sorry, did I just Fling it at you for 7+ damage?
Posted By: ThouMad (9/26/2012 5:27:31 AM)


A) You kill at exact time i lay it down. You have probably used a card to do that. 1 for 1, fair enuf (majority of time win in my eyes)

B) You sacrifice even a single creature (excluding multiple token cards like lingering souls) then i have dealt with one of your cards, it gets bigger and is still on the field. We can do this again next turn as well. WIN

C) You don't/cant sacrifice to stop it. I deal 6 points of damage. WIN

D They could counter it and id be happy, 1 less counter to deal with late game (win)

Drawback to the card? Only a drawback if you put it into a "normal" deck. Is a bonus otherwise.
Posted By: Merlin117 (9/26/2012 7:40:33 AM)


I like that this demon's drawback isn't, "Sacrifice small delicious things to me or I'll slap you!" but instead it's, "Mmmmmmm, well, I could beat the everloving snot out of that guy over there, but there's a juicy Saproling here I think I'll just gnawsh on for a bit..."

You've summoned him, but he's out of control (you only paid 4, after all) and you just have to wait for him to have nothing better to do before he'll do what you want. Great flavor, solid card, and twists the whole "demons have drawbacks" thing in a different direction. 4/5.
Posted By: SoddenPine (7/21/2013 11:38:54 AM)