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White counterpart to Nature's Ruin. Oddly though, Nature's Ruin has a non-portal counterpart, Perish, while this does not. Was hosing white and green considered to strong for black to have in a non-Portal set?
Posted By: Ideatog (11/19/2012 8:35:30 PM)


That kinda looks like a giant oil spill...
So why is affecting white creatures?

Posted By: Kaizeischi (6/2/2011 8:45:20 AM)


Color hate for the win.
Posted By: EpicBroccoli (1/23/2011 6:24:46 PM)


Classic white hose card, used to have 2.
Posted By: GrimGorgonBC (11/10/2009 10:47:32 AM)


The Knights are going down.
Posted By: Drewsel (6/1/2011 8:47:38 PM)


Epic flavor text.
Posted By: private_vendetta (11/2/2011 3:22:05 PM)


I'm not a racist.. BUT.. But.. Oh *** it.
Posted By: Mike-C (1/5/2012 6:20:04 PM)


Ideatog, Using this effect on a green player (fewer big creatures) is not much more powerful than spot removal. On the other hand, this is a much more powerful effect on white than spot removal simply because their creatures are usually smaller and cheaper. They have more out. This is more powerful, generally. That may have played into Wizards' decision to include Nature's Ruin and not Virtue's Ruin.
Posted By: steinburger1109 (5/20/2013 7:13:23 PM)


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