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Suddenly that Nantuko Shade has broken out of Kirtar's Desire and is smashing unblockably and untargetably for 4+.
Posted By: HuntingDrake (5/9/2012 1:50:18 AM)


See ya, Elspeth Tirel.
Posted By: Horsemanship (6/25/2010 1:43:53 PM)


I love this card. The madness cost of one is what makes it great. You don't want madness costs to be that high, and this perfectly illustrates a great madness card.
Posted By: Selez (1/24/2010 4:14:02 PM)


Strictly better than Unholy Strength.
Posted By: ClockworkSwordfish (2/3/2011 3:48:27 PM)


A unique approach to the aura disadvantage problem that is two pronged: If discarded it can be cast without costing you a card, AND if your creature is incapacitated by Pacifism or the like this removes it, putting you up a card that way. Put the two together in the right deck and you've got a solid chance of getting your buff on the cheap
Posted By: LordRandomness (7/18/2013 1:42:25 AM)


Play Swamp
Cast Dark Ritual
Now you have {B}{B}{B} in your Mana Pool
{B} Goes to Putrid Imp, who discards a fatty
{B} Goes to Reanimate, targeting that fatty

But where does that last {B} go?
It pays for the Imps discarded Strength of Madness.

The best part about madness, though, is that it is instant speed. If you have a discard outlet this can be played for {B} as though it had flash, which turns it into a very nasty instant speed combat trick or method to fizzle their removal.
Posted By: N03y3D33R (2/3/2014 6:26:50 PM)