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Great in any green Tribal deck, I use him in my elf deck.
Posted By: Garglius (5/26/2010 7:34:17 PM)


Instant speed overrun that is only slightly weaker, am I reading this right.
Posted By: Ace8792 (8/11/2010 1:39:24 PM)


Also, thanks to low cost, he's very easy to play with overrun, +5/+5 together means usually game over in elf deck.
Instant speed gives some defensive potential to the card, too.
Posted By: skew (8/17/2010 3:23:40 AM)


He is like a watered down tribal overrun.

Quite a great card really. Elves are very good with this guy on their side.
Posted By: Silverware (6/26/2010 10:24:36 PM)


Snow White Had an ugly half brother no one ever talked about
Posted By: Norrinthewary (11/1/2011 2:37:18 AM)


In an elf deck, I prefer Gempalm Strider. It effectively costs 1 less (3 to morph + 2 to activate vs. 4 to cycle) and it doesn't have to survive burn. Not to mention the card draw.

In a non-elf tribal deck, it might be nice, but unless that other tribe is wizard, Forcemage won't be getting the benefit.
Posted By: Ideatog (3/25/2011 5:58:05 AM)


@Ideatog: the thing is this card gives trample. Gempalm Strider does not. It is a good card, but this is more versatile, more splashable, and gives trample to get through chump blockers, making the Green difference more than worthwhile.
Posted By: jsttu (4/2/2011 9:32:49 PM)


Overrun costs {3}{G}{G}, and gives all of your creatures +3/+3. This costs {4}{G}, and can be spread across two turns, and can be done on your opponent's turn, but only gives +2/+2 to a particular tribe. Why not run both?
Posted By: Tynansdtm (1/6/2012 11:50:42 AM)


Another great card for your bear, rhino, or other obscure tribal deck.
Posted By: Bluehero (2/7/2012 11:24:03 AM)


While not as great as overrun, it can't be countered the same way that it can, and if you're running a token deck, it will hardly matter which one you choose. This guy at least can also at least be used as a blocker after it's done its job.

Posted By: TheWaddleDeeKing (3/3/2013 6:54:49 AM)