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Mass Crumble.
Posted By: HuntingDrake (11/28/2010 12:24:24 PM)


Mass artifact removal in green? This isn't bad and it's cheaper to play than shatterstorm. Monogreen, and golgari decks should appreciate this card. Considering it's effect in this color, with it's drawback it's a solid 3.5 star card.
Posted By: Divisionbyzer0 (7/31/2010 4:00:34 AM)


Kavu Predator
Posted By: Nathreet (9/4/2010 12:13:54 PM)


This eats Draco for breakfast!
Posted By: garbagegatherer (8/4/2010 1:34:29 AM)


This plus Mycosynth Lattice equals the friendliest board wipe ever.
Posted By: CornIsTasty (8/2/2011 7:17:17 PM)


Gleemax anyone?
Posted By: GlassJoetheChamp (1/15/2012 9:48:16 PM)


This is to Creeping Corrosion as Nature's Claim is to Naturalize (ignoring the regenerate clause, which will rarely come up). As such I think it's a little underrated.

Not the greatest against a dedicated affinity deck, but it's at least still a cheap, useable option.

It's in EDH that this could really be useful. Especially against those players who can have three or four mana rocks already on the board by turn 3 or 4. I'd gladly kill those for three mana and 5 or 6ish life. Likewise, I won't mind if an opponent is gaining something like 10 or even 20 life if it's getting rid of multiple problematic artifacts. Many decks won't really mind that drawback - either they'll be winning by other means (like commander/general damage) or when their alpha strike comes it's so overwhelming that the extra life makes no difference.
Posted By: nemokara (11/5/2012 12:22:15 PM)


An artifact Day of Judgment. Somewhere, a Vintage esper user is crying.
Posted By: Snaxme (12/19/2009 5:47:41 AM)


One mana more, no life gain and 15 years later.
Posted By: tavaritz (6/18/2011 4:32:49 PM)


I just really like this card and find in a better representation of the kind of Magic I like to play than its descendent Creeping Corrosion. It's not that I like drawbacks in general (otherwise I might not like modern cards) just this one.
Posted By: Mr_Hendry (4/16/2012 9:14:04 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!