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All this Kamigawa hate is so unwarranted, like seriously the biggest thing that hurt Kamigawa was coming after Mirrodin's power level and having the cards that wouldn't be tournament level weakened over much. Like as far as great cards go Kamigawa was perfectly fine if not over the usual, it more suffered from the jank being worse than the usual jank. This card is a great example of a perfectly powerful, albeit narrow card. It was used in the same deck as Mind's Desire Extended. In casual, may I recommend Arbor Elf and Kiora's Follower? Prophet of Kruphix wouldn't be bad at all there as well. These are "merely" recent cards a casual player might actually be able to trade for in their groups that really help break this card's parity.
Posted By: casualhorror (2/19/2014 8:40:56 PM)
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These are a blast in multi-player :)

If you're worried about your opponents getting too much use off of this then run board clearers. Drop this, let them empty their hands, then clear the board with say... an instant-cast Rout?
Posted By: Mudbutt_on (12/22/2010 12:40:14 AM)
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With this, Llanowar, land-searchers and the mana-snakes, you could get insane amounts of mana very quickly. Hands down, green rules mana acceleration.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (1/25/2010 5:17:59 AM)
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Omnath, Locus of Mana casual magic is so fun with broken combos
Posted By: BioPrince (2/5/2010 3:12:41 PM)
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Great card for getting mana alot faster, even better since mana burn is out. >_<"
3.5
Posted By: PaladinOfSunhome (9/15/2009 4:11:27 AM)
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well, I'll give kamigawa some rare tidbit of credit- at least the set put mana flare in the correct color. The old card always felt really weird to me for red.
Posted By: allmighty_abacus (8/4/2010 8:51:31 PM)
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It's the new Mana Flare. This actually gives your opponent more of an advantage than you (unless you build around this) since once you put this into play your enemy gets to untap their lands first. Beware.
Posted By: Lege (10/22/2009 8:58:54 AM)
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Huh, a green Mana Flare. Weird.
Posted By: helluin (3/26/2011 11:24:26 PM)
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Oh crap, I read the flavor text. Azusa isn't going to be happy with me!
Posted By: dberry02 (3/6/2011 6:19:58 PM)
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Doubling your mana always have potential, but you've got to be very careful when running this. Giving your opponent access to 6/8 mana (or more, depending on the lands they're running - for example, Cloudpost) can spell disaster if they have some decent cards in their deck. Allowing your opponent to get a T3/T4 Primeval Titan could be absolutely hideous.
Posted By: JaxsonBateman (6/3/2011 7:08:00 PM)
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