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That's actually a pretty good defensive wall early on. Later, it's not too bad either. Still, the sacrifice clause keeps it from greatness.
Posted By: ClockworkSwordfish (2/4/2010 2:51:28 PM)


I like to think of it as a weenie with a moderate form of deathtouch. There are very few >3 toughness creatures that can be cast in the first 2 or three turns. Also, since most creatures have power that's approximately equal to toughness, if you block a larger creature it would die regardless. Strongly believe this should be in the 3 to 3.5 catergory.
Posted By: console_gamer (5/11/2010 1:07:21 AM)


Posted By: Kryplixx (6/2/2010 8:27:28 PM)


Not bad, but too balanced to ever see constructed.
Posted By: DysprosiumJudas (4/3/2011 5:41:26 PM)


Throw a warmonger's chariot on it.
Posted By: coyotemoon722 (3/18/2011 1:37:08 PM)


Consider using Torpid Moloch instead.
Posted By: Silverware (9/16/2010 7:20:39 PM)


@ Joker--

Because Cinder Wall is the only card being named in the text, it stands to reason that because it is the only named entity, it is the only entity affected by that ruling. If it explicitly affects the creature that is being blocked by the wall, then at the very least the Oracle wording would dictate as such, and would be written something like:

"Whenever Cinder Wall blocks an attacking creature, destroy that creature at end of combat." Here, 'that creature' refers to the attacking creature; named such as it's rather impractical to give 'that creature' a definitive name (Cinder Wall can block many creatures, not one specific creature).

Again, 'it' refers to the card that the text is on. As stated, it would be worded differently if 'it' meant any other card.

Posted By: Lateralis0ne (7/13/2010 3:47:07 PM)


Ok, so what does "it" consist of; the creature attacking, or the wall?
Posted By: Jokerindis211 (6/10/2010 4:40:53 PM)