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To counter your comment, while it is reusable for sure, for 5 mana to destroy a creature there is many alternatives. Its big bonus is that its colorless destruction, something which is usually lacking from direct kills (AKA black creatures and artifacts are a bit harder to nuke).
Posted By: Callipsa (10/20/2009 6:51:43 PM)
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I think Callipsa meant that it can kill colorless creatures iow artifacts.
Posted By: Belz_ (4/18/2010 6:57:50 AM)
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Speaking of the casual table, Brass Squire turns this into a much more viable kill engine, and curves well into a surprise play. (Turn 2 creature, turn 3 squire, turn 4 play this, equip it to the turn 2 creature and kill something.)

Via the "colorless destruction" comment: Two important points here. First is that there are no restrictions on the effect (except of course for shroud/indestructible/protection from the attached creature) and second, it can go in any deck (blue or green can get a destroy engine.)
Posted By: Artscrafter (2/9/2011 8:57:21 AM)
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Combos awesomely with Puresteel Paladin!
Posted By: SwordOfViceAndVirtue (5/4/2011 8:39:22 AM)
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Could be fun with Soliton and Puresteel Paladin...
Posted By: Lief098 (8/3/2011 6:51:08 PM)
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It isn't colorless destruction, Callipsa. The creature that is equipped gains the ability, it isn't Heartseeker's ability. So if you equip it to a white creature, it's a white ability.
Posted By: MalleusAetis (1/2/2010 7:58:45 AM)
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On a casual table where games tend to go longer, this can be devastating to morale.
Posted By: TheSwarm (9/26/2010 2:07:13 PM)
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EDH... My god, the power, the power of this is hard to underestimate! Targeted killing for 5 mana and a creature tap? YES PLEASE! Auto-include in any EDH deck with creatures.
Posted By: Sironos (6/6/2011 1:12:16 PM)
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Puresteel Paladin makes this card go from dreadfully slow to downright terrifying.
Posted By: Ragamander (11/27/2011 9:12:12 PM)
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This is not that expensive, for something that will continually kill anything (pretty much), with a token... or smaller
Posted By: Mattmedia (7/30/2009 3:04:12 AM)
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