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@ jumpingjacked
you mean it looks like the central sulcus, precentrel gyros, and postcentrel gyros of the brain, right ;-)
Posted By: wolfbear2 (2/1/2010 11:26:40 AM)


Aaaah, so flavorful, even though misnamed. This should be called "Giant Clam" instead.

FYI: the giant clam can produce huge pearls, and was rumored to close its shell on the hands of divers who would attempt to claim those pearls. Since the shell is huge and heavy, those divers would drown, unable to release themselves from the clam's grasp. Those stories are usually dismissed as legends, as in reality the clam actually closes its shell very, very slowly.
Posted By: Arachnos (10/3/2011 10:06:48 AM)


Very flavorful, except for one aspect: The -1/-1 counters should not be taken off again! It's a bit unclear if the represent the "eaten" creature being digested, or if it's being turned into a pearl, but in any case, just being spit out should not completely rejuvenate the creature.

Anyway, not very useful against fatties, of course, but nice vs. small utility creatures which have activated abilities that include {T} in their cost.
Posted By: Lord_of_Tresserhorn (3/5/2012 12:32:58 PM)


why did they change it from upkeep to draw step?
Posted By: MingusDew (6/6/2011 11:43:51 PM)


this is where china bar gets their pearls from
Posted By: DaaNz (3/14/2009 4:26:07 AM)


Squint your eyes and turn your head sideways...
Posted By: jumpingjacked (10/6/2009 8:42:29 AM)


removal that takes a long time....
Posted By: qaq456 (5/16/2010 11:27:02 PM)


oh wow, a simi good creature from homelands. i thought i'de never see the day.
Posted By: bijart_dauth (3/8/2011 2:27:19 PM)


this is a picture of the homelands cards "Giant Oyster"
Posted By: Hydrogoose (3/14/2009 4:24:51 AM)


Uh, okay... that's a lot of work to produce such a silly effect.
Posted By: Radagast (11/4/2011 11:13:25 AM)