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I like this art the best, it rocks.
Posted By: Bonghoots (10/19/2011 1:28:09 PM)


Yup, hes the boss. Screw the haters 5/5
Posted By: pau3r (5/2/2012 7:59:40 PM)


someone explain the flavor of his one toughness. I don't care how reckless a fighter he is, look at that *** armor. *** utilikilt and everything.
Posted By: metalevolence (11/8/2009 4:46:57 PM)


He doesn't come into play. He comes into win.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (4/25/2010 9:01:00 PM)


Monster in Limited. Sadly too expensive for serious tournament play.
Posted By: Drecon84 (2/9/2009 6:09:36 AM)


He can be killed with a hornet sting >.>
Posted By: Luke_BPC (7/19/2010 7:08:04 PM)


"I didn't come to play. I came to die immediately."
Posted By: blindthrall (12/16/2010 2:02:44 AM)


That'd be true if it didn't die the moment it put on the clamp...or get killed by Kamahl in response. Anyway, no idea on the the flavor question...
Posted By: izzet_guild_mage (2/11/2010 9:03:29 AM)


I think sometimes it is best to think of discrepancies in power and toughness as being a reflection of how reckless someone is, instead of how much armor someone is wearing. All the plate armor in the world isn't going to help much if you immediately rush the largest formation closest to you. Kamahl is a barbarian legend with a giant two-handed sword- he doesn't want to waste time thinking about his opponents' counterattack! That is time better spent hewing them limb from limb! As a direct result he is reckless, and prone to counterattack.
Posted By: allmighty_abacus (12/14/2010 6:39:46 AM)


So it seems to be controversial for what he came for.
I say the important thing that matters is: He came.
Posted By: Mode (7/23/2011 9:45:40 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!