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The blue light at the end of the tunnel brought me to the cluestone. I stared into the eye of Dimir, blinked, and the next thing I knew my hands were upon it and I was in total darkness. Now the only things worse than nightmares riddled with secrets are those who seek to claim them.

Okay card, though blue and black have better ways of card draw and this cluestone does not help this color pair as much as the others do, I'm sure this card will find a home simply for being Dimir.
Posted By: night8883 (4/24/2013 3:05:14 AM)
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@RAV0004 You have to consider that Dimir Signet can't be played in the same formats as Dimir Cluestone.
But admittedly, this card is kind of mediocre.

And no offense, but I wonder how you managed to pull off that punctuation mistake when the exact same main clause from your comment is there right in front of you on the card, flawless, available for use as the perfect reference.
Geez! It hurt's my eye's!

These punctuation mistakes are merely a bad habit than anything else, because they're really not that hard to avoid:
Apostrophes are only used in front of the possessive "s". It's that simple.
Just never add one anywhere else like in plural forms, let alone conjugated verbs - or any verb in general, really.
Posted By: Mode (5/4/2013 3:43:30 AM)
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It wait's in the chill of the undercity, desperate for a player too clueless to reach for a dimir signet...
Posted By: RAV0004 (4/24/2013 1:50:17 AM)
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Thank you Evan Erwin. :P You are going to force me to get a Foil Set of Azorius Cluestone, Dimir Cluestone, Izzet Cluestone, and Simic Cluestone. :P I love how you make me have more fun with the 'worst commons in the sets' than the Chase Mythics kinda consistently.

Why would I select these cards, do you ask? Has anyone seen his Gruul/Golgari set review?

"We are gonna play Cluestones! We are gonna play Cluestones! We are gonna play Cluestones! And-draw! a-lot of-cards! Yeah!"

So, yeah, now I want to see someone photoshop Szadek, Lord of Secrets with a striped blue-and-black shirt and renamed "Steve, Lord of Clues" XD Because I am really good at seeing the Evan Side of Magic. :D
Posted By: DarthParallax (5/5/2013 9:43:43 PM)
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Dimir, the guild of information and secrets, deserves a card named "Cluestone". I'm glad they were the only guild to get one...
Posted By: Purplerooster (5/13/2013 9:16:00 PM)
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