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One of the ugliest cards to see in a multi-player EDH game. If you pop a Oblivion Stone with a counter on it, or if it bypasses a boardwipe (like Divine Reckoning), you can always return your opponents stuff to your side.

Mind you, this doesn't bypass shroud/hexproof (as I initially thought; I thought the ability was "return a creature put into grave this turn"). Yet another reason why Glaring Spotlight should/could be in every EDH deck.

Totally not obvious Pro Tip: Attack with this first, then resurrect!
Posted By: Ferlord (6/5/2013 11:44:31 AM)


@ ssMadcow: The creature returns to its owner's control if the 'stealer' loses the game.

It's a good choice for a reprint. Interesting and effective casual card. They did indeed learn their lesson from Commander's Arsenal.
Posted By: psychichobo (6/9/2013 3:21:13 PM)


Doaj- actually, Modern Masters was a great dumping place for it. Modern Masters is not supposed to be the next Commander's Arsenal (ie- intended as a gift to a 'casual' crowd that ends up being priced out of the range of everyone who wants it).

I could see this card in A Commander Deck, in Modern Masters, or in a Duel Deck.

Modern Masters shaped up to be a place where they put a whole bunch of Time Spiral and Coldsnap reprints, so I'm glad to see it. :) The rares of this set are a beautiful mix of 'playable but not Super Bomb' and 'whoah. they reprinted THAT?'

We got a non-Mythic Arcbound Ravager, I don't want to hear any complaints. Flavorwise, the Kami-Dragons deserve Mythic Rarity. This will hugely help people acquire masses of packs and maybe bust one Bob, Goyf, or Clique.

WOTC did not screw this one up. They weren't able to put all the goodies in one bag. Thinking in terms of having two bags to put goodies into was great long-term strategy thinking!

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Posted By: DarthParallax (6/5/2013 8:31:02 AM)


I don't understand why this card cost more than $2 in the first place, it's only good in EDH. Hopefully a reprint drops its price permanently, but Modern masters was not the place for it.
Posted By: Doaj (6/4/2013 4:54:18 PM)


Question: In a multiplayer game, I control a creature owned by one of my opponents. I get killed/lose the game.

What happens with the creature? Does it go under the control of the owner? Does it go to the graveyard (where I got it from in the first place)? Or something entirely elsewhere?
Posted By: ssMadcow (6/6/2013 5:47:23 AM)


Great pun card. Snow angel. Heh.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (6/15/2013 10:32:53 AM)


I like that she can swing without tapping herself, so you can both attack and resurrect.
Posted By: Arachnos (6/15/2013 8:59:33 PM)


Good with karmic guide and other echo cards. There's a lot you can do with this card and I've only scratched the surface. I wish it had an extra power so it could hit a bit harder but it's ability is really what makes this card shine. It's important to note that it gets back opponent's creatures as well should you have some sort of kill spell.

I like Twilight Shepard more because it's wrath insurance but this card is more of a combo engine then Twilight Shepard is. It just needs a sac outlet to get the engine going. You can actually even go infinite with Thornbite staff/Intruder Alarm & Mogg Fanatic/Bottle Gnomes/Skirk Prospector.

Posted By: Ligerman30 (12/17/2013 8:34:26 PM)