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Pitcher plants and rafflesiae!
Posted By: Kryptnyt (11/22/2012 7:52:45 AM)


I like this card. It comes in handy for my mono-green token deck.

A worthwhile bonus. If you're playing a Land, why not get a creature out of it?
Sure you could be just playing a 1/1 that only costs one green Mana though at the same time I like that it's an auto-plant token. There are plenty of uses for token creatures and that can't always be said about other non-token creatures you have on the battlefield.

Just as an example: If I play Jaddi Lifestrider...why tap my non-token creatures when I can just tap my abundance of tokens?

In any other green deck though...I probably wouldn't have this since I usually need immediate access to Mana.
Posted By: Dragonshoredreamz (5/14/2013 9:18:29 AM)


Way good in the right deck. Free blocker, can be enchanted with Fists of ironwood, can be used with overrun.
Posted By: blurrymadness (8/2/2013 3:58:41 PM)


hmmm... i wonder if its better than forest? i think not, but in not sure...
Posted By: O0oze (6/19/2013 10:22:39 AM)


Posted By: TheDementiaBat (6/5/2012 9:14:24 AM)


For my first turn, I will play a forest. Then I will tap my forest. Then I will use my green mana to a 0/1 vanilla creature... essentially what you're doing. I suppose it's card advantage, however small that advantage might be.
Posted By: danagelh (2/27/2013 1:16:24 PM)


Actually, this card is probably best in Polymorph decks; you get fodder for the Polymorph without having weak creature to risk hitting instead of your Emrakul. Its not bad in non-combo decks too, especially ones that don't necessarily need to be playing an on-curve spell on the first few turns.
Posted By: EvilDarkVoid (11/30/2013 7:30:47 AM)


@danagelh: Card advantage isn't "small" or "big." One card always equals one card. This is card advantage.

The plant token has many uses. Rancor is my favorite.
Posted By: The_Murderauder (4/7/2014 6:47:28 AM)