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very underrated. It basically decides what creatures pass (and die), and what creatures she kills herself. oh, and attacks for a free 4 every turn? and did I mention the dead creature's spirit fights for you? 5/5.
Posted By: GlintKawk42 (4/26/2013 2:00:26 PM)
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Look at that fierce lady with her protection from creatures. Sittin' all calm and fabulous up in her tower like there isn't a dragon outside it or some jank.
Posted By: YikesYikesYIKES (6/3/2013 6:43:22 AM)
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I find it interesting and amusing how she and Progenitus can never be in combat against each other, but she can kill Progenitus with her second ability while the colossal hydra can do nothing to her.
Posted By: Keiya (5/28/2013 12:35:04 AM)
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Reminds me of that scene from Basic Instinct.
Posted By: alzabo (6/13/2013 6:36:30 AM)
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The flavour actually makes perfect sense if you think about it. Teysa isn't a combatant; she's a commander!

She has 4 power because she sends a debtor with 4 power after you. She has 4 toughness because she has a bunch of debtors protecting her. She has vigilance and protection from creatures because she isn't actually on the battlefield; rather, she attacks and blocks through the various spirits she has under contract.

And the mana cost? She's the official spokesperson for the Orzhov guild: you think she doesn't have anything better to do than sort your problems out for you?
Posted By: K9GM3 (4/25/2013 1:20:13 PM)
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I do so hope the book talks of how she and Taric take down the Obzedat.
What a controlling card. Fun times. Works quite well with her old self too.
Posted By: Flyheight (4/23/2013 4:48:12 PM)
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And that particular Orzhov insignia hasn't moved an inch, it seems.
Posted By: Nucleon (4/23/2013 6:38:51 PM)
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TEYSA! What have I told you about hanging around with that Michiko Konda girl?!
Posted By: psychichobo (4/24/2013 3:11:57 PM)
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A lot of people complain about the mana cost being seven mana. What, I ask you, is a good mana cost for a 4/4 that has protection from creatures and punishes your opponents for attacking you? If the mana cost is really that big of a deal, play Heartless Summoning and live with the fact that she'll be a 3/3. If you're playing Orzhov in standard, you probably at least one Crypt Ghast anyway, so paying the mana cost shouldn't be a problem to most Orzhov players.

However, if I really wanted a fatty in an Orzhov standard deck RIGHT NOW (aside from Obzedat), I'd still go with Griselbrand over Teysa. Griselbrand is a monster that will allow you to blow out games in combo with the Vizkopa Guildmage or beat your opponents on its own, and will give you card advantage for a price that most Orzhov players should be more then content to pay. Griselbrand may cost more then Teysa, but for the ti... (see all)
Posted By: GhostCounselor (4/25/2013 3:03:17 PM)
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Lookin' good, Teysa. Show 'em no mercy.
Posted By: Goatllama (4/23/2013 3:53:58 PM)
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