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If you care more for this as discard enabler than the bounce, the additional cost is an upside.
But aside from that you're pretty much screwed if planned a big bouncing spree and this spell gets countered.
Posted By: Mode (8/4/2011 5:34:40 PM)


can be slung together nicely with some other blue cards: Windfall comes to mind immediately. Discard all other cards in your hand, send back a permanent for each one, and then replenish your hand while forcing your opponent to lose all of what they've been building and planning.
Posted By: Ritius (11/17/2009 10:08:58 PM)


Goes nicely in a Blue control/Black Reanimator deck. Put costly creatures in the grave, while setting your opponent back a few turns.
Posted By: John-Bender (11/25/2009 4:27:22 AM)


@ JL_Weber it specifies nonlands
Posted By: Osuasheuatl (4/7/2011 5:36:08 PM)


Baconradar: That would be the Dreamborn Muse.
Posted By: Beekhead (10/8/2010 12:41:32 PM)


Certainly situational but awesome none-the-less.
Posted By: TPmanW (4/8/2011 10:53:05 AM)


Three words: Double edged sword...
Posted By: SwordSkill (9/21/2009 3:27:04 PM)


Eh... still don't know what to think of bounce... I like blue bounce 'cuz you bounce what you need and counter it I'd rather an Evacuation.

This card still has potential first thing that comes to my mind is play this turn three discarding three cards sending your opponents lands back now thats nice but still don't love it. 3/5
Posted By: JL_Weber (12/4/2009 4:13:03 PM)


Used in a popular blue mill archetype with another card I forget the name of, that made people mill X cards off the top each turn, where X was the number of cards in their hand.
Posted By: Baconradar (8/13/2010 6:26:14 AM)


how has no one commented on the flavor text!? it's freaking hillarious! "laquatus dreams of seizing control", or in english, "wet dreams of taking over the world"! you no, i'm totaly getting a playset of these just because i'm short.
but in all seriousness, this card is usualy not a good card at all. but if you're playing a deck with alot of flashback/madness or other grave-based effects, this card becomes and ab***e TERROR for your opponents. at this moment, i'm making a Domia, sage of stone EDH based around discarding and grave effects, and i'll tell you, when i drop this, people quit.
4/5, because with the right deck it's godly.
Posted By: brianobell (8/29/2011 11:29:21 PM)