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Her artwork is beautiful, but for some reason I can't unsee her sitting at a salon getting her hair done. Karametra, God of Fabulous Hair, about to hit up the clubs with her homegurl Ephara...

...Anyway, she makes a fun EDH general. Landfall cards have obvious synergy with her, and all of your critters become super value town when you get to Rampant Growth every time they're cast, especially if they have any enter the battlefield effects. Green and white have a lot of double and triple mana symbols, so it's not very hard to turn her into a creature and start beating face with your Indestructible 6/7 either.
Posted By: Sanctuary_Cat (2/9/2014 3:03:45 AM)
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I suspect the lower ratings for Karametra are due to her relative unplayability in Standard. I think when she gets some more play in EDH, her rating will go up. I think her effect is pretty useful, and I'm considering running her in Karador since Sylvan Primordial is now gone.
Posted By: Brawler_1337 (2/9/2014 8:19:42 AM)
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Even if the excess land is not needed at this point you are still thining your deck of the land and improving your chances for a better quality draw.
Posted By: Purplerooster (2/15/2014 8:33:57 PM)
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I really don't think she is deserving of such a low rating. If you can get her devotion the she is a 6/7 indestructible for 5 which also nets you mana. And you can met that requirement on turn three with mana dorks. So maybe its not the beat god out there, but it deserves definitely more than 3.3 stars.
Posted By: GordonFreechmen (2/8/2014 9:54:53 AM)
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She looks surprisingly dark for a goddess of grain and apples. In Greek myth Demeter had a dark side for she holds the life and death of mortals in her hands and carries the seeds of each in her womb, I'm curious as to whether Wizards is evoking that on purpose.

But wow - yeah, give me zero cost creatures! Between a couple Eiganjo free-riders and some Ornithopters I can see a this deck ramping fast.
Posted By: Cloudchaser.Kestrel (1/29/2014 7:23:36 PM)
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I want her Legendary weapon, SO bad. You guys have no fracking clue. The g/w god's weapon is a SCYTHE.
Posted By: RAV0004 (1/28/2014 10:10:44 PM)
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Pictured: Karametra and her Kuramatra
Posted By: Goatllama (1/29/2014 8:44:13 PM)
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4/5. The potential for this card is nuts -- especially since you can pretty easily get this out --EVEN IN MONO-GREEN -- on turn 3 with an Elvish Mystic followed by a Sylvan Caryatid. From there, starting on turn 4 the ramp potential is incredible. Especially since this grabs a total of SEVEN different shocklands on top of the basics.

This card is not as blatantly powerful as some of the other gods, but I think the place it will truly shine is in an otherwise Mono-Green deck.
Posted By: mattrva77 (2/6/2014 4:36:29 PM)
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Oh, for people curious about her pet, that thing is a sable. Sable is a creature type that's new to Theros. Here's the only Sable in the game, Bronze Sable. Notice it had a bit of Karametra association then too.

Anyway, I like her, but that's because I like the idea of a God of Harvests flavorwise.
Posted By: anotherfan321 (1/28/2014 9:17:59 PM)
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@MageofVoid I think that the reason everyone is disappointed is because she doesn't really do what Selesnya players want to be doing, at least in Standard. Right now Selesnya beatdown is a pretty quick deck and five mana is usually about when the Boon Satyrs start getting deployed and the Fleecemane Lions start getting popped and your hand is next to empty after releasing all those efficient threats, not when the need for more mana arises. Sure, she seems fine for a deck that wants to crank out seven and eight-drops to finish out a game but she really doesn't fit in as a finisher, as far as her godly land-fetching ability is concerned, with a deck primarily run by three and four-drops.
Posted By: Chrysemys (1/28/2014 7:13:34 PM)
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