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Surprised no one else has mentioned the reference, so...

"Hunt the Wumpus" is an early computer game first released in text-based form in 1972. The first version with graphics debuted in 1980. The object of the game is, not surprisingly, to shoot the Wumpus as you chase it through a grid of rooms.

Posted By: Kefra (6/18/2010 3:40:05 PM)


This can be pretty good if you have a way of knowing what the opponents have. It also helps if you have removal and want to flush a star creature out of their hand so you don't need to keep saving mana for it. They can refuse to put one in play in such a situation, but if they do that, they gave you a 6/6 for 4. Of course, none of those abilities are very green, so it'd only work in a multicolored deck.
Posted By: SleetFox (3/16/2010 5:27:22 PM)


"each other player" includes your teammate in multiplayer games...maybe you could make use of this guy there?

for other use we'll have to wait for a Donate version of Gather Specimens i guess.

or you could also just hope that your opponent neither has fatties nor creatures with shroud in his/her hand, the it'd be worth to consider using this card with Contested Cliffs.
Posted By: Mode (1/23/2009 12:08:12 PM)


As the green mage played his wumpus, the mono-blue mage cried due to his lack of creatures.
Posted By: ultratog1028 (8/18/2010 12:09:11 PM)


Hunted Wumpus Deck vs. Eldrazi Deck...
Posted By: PhyrexianAssassin (4/5/2011 9:21:02 AM)


This card is great if your opponent casts it.

"I play my Hunted Wumpus!"

"Okay. Emrakul, the Aeons Torn."

(Proceeds to give him a woopin')
Posted By: JFM2796 (8/21/2011 11:46:20 PM)


@SleetFox: Revelation.
Posted By: Equinox523 (2/6/2013 1:29:42 PM)