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A staple in old school Worldgorger Dragon combo decks.
Posted By: iUseBreakOpen (1/5/2012 4:01:55 PM)


Run with Training Grounds for mega-mill.
Posted By: McThor (7/17/2010 9:10:08 PM)


Cheap mill nothing less
Posted By: @go (10/5/2009 7:06:27 PM)


Decent manasink, can be used when opponent is stacking their deck. also has a decent body that took it out of the range of shock, which is the main burn spell of the time.
Posted By: jsttu (2/23/2011 6:14:57 AM)


A douchebag if ever I saw one.
Posted By: Goatllama (9/20/2011 10:24:30 AM)


An okay mill guy, and a great infinite mana kill card.
Posted By: Perfect_Genetics (8/13/2010 9:02:12 AM)


Nice milling effect, and it doesn't have to be tapped. It's like a walking Brain Freeze... without Storm, of course.
Posted By: keeds4 (12/10/2010 12:52:57 PM)


swamp ,dark rit, dark rit, buried alived, worldgorger, this card, animate dead = mill for the win
Posted By: emetz1 (10/20/2012 7:24:36 PM)


I like this artwork way more than the Tenth Edition one. It really captures what Laquatus was in the books - a charming, smooth-talking manipulator, always ready to stick a knife in your back. The Odyssey books had the best supporting characters - him, Chainer, Llawan, Skellum, and Veza (the last two never got a card) were all fun to follow.

Looks like a game-ender for infinite mana combos. If you go that way, be sure to pack Relic of Progenitus and/or Tormod's Crypt for the inevitable Eldrazi.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (11/20/2013 1:27:16 PM)


Pretty much obsoleted by oona, queen of the fae as a dragon kill card, and as a mill legend. Still he deserves his place in history.
Posted By: Lazrbeams (2/21/2014 10:00:31 PM)