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It's unlikely to see a lot of use, but it's not very expensive considering the damage potential. If you have a Life advantage, it's likely you have a field advantage too, but it would be amusing to watch someone's well-planned comeback foiled by having them beat themselves to death against it. And it happens before you declare blockers, so if it gets countered you aren't left taking damage for nothing. Seems solid enough.
Posted By: GradiustheFox (3/3/2010 3:19:42 AM)
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If an opponent takes a big swing to try and kill you, this card is fantastic. Also can open up a game-winning swing of your own if he taps virtually everythin in an attempt to take you out. Fun!

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Posted By: Gaussgoat (4/29/2010 9:04:05 AM)
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It's a nice, surprising way to turn a loss into a draw. Thoroughly annoying your opponent.
Posted By: InternetNinjacy (8/28/2010 3:53:48 PM)
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Looks like the Oracle text sets up a delayed trigger, not a replacement effect, so it should be impossible to draw a game with this. You'll lose before the triggers resolve.
Not sure if this was printed back when player death was delayed until the end of the current step (or what the Portal rules had to say about it).
Posted By: HuntingDrake (7/8/2011 4:55:38 PM)
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Cards with similar effects: Eye for an Eye, Justice, Mangara's Equity.
Posted By: mrredhatter (10/7/2009 7:18:08 AM)
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This is SUPER legit. Damn.
Posted By: face-fister (6/14/2011 5:44:36 PM)
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