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@tavaritz: Actually, the suffix "-phage" originates from Greek, and means "To consume". Carnophage is a flesh-eater.
Posted By: Blackworm_Bloodworm (9/25/2011 7:34:21 PM)


I like the new alternative from Zendikar, Vampire Lacerator. I still prefer good old Carnophage, though.
Posted By: Mode (9/23/2009 9:18:21 AM)


@tavaritz: NO, it's not "fleshinfecting virus", it's "Carnophage". That doesn't even make sense, when they made this card, they probably were not thinking about "flesh-infecting viruses".
Posted By: GraemeGunn (5/23/2012 7:01:24 AM)


While this card didn't exactly invent Suicide Black, it has become a staple of such decks. The fact that it came from the same set as Hatred is amusing, too.
Posted By: Falyxron (12/8/2008 1:35:21 PM)


Art kinda looks like Carnage from Spidey. Name too: Carn(oph)age.
Posted By: ZombieBadger (6/7/2011 1:30:59 PM)


Is there some reason this card isn't a 5/5? How could you possibly ask for a better one drop in black?
Posted By: Dream_Twist (6/17/2012 9:20:01 PM)


This is the real raw power of black magic!

The fact that it was printed as a common makes all the difference.
Posted By: Ratazana (3/3/2013 4:26:42 PM)


It's way above the curve for black one-drop creatures, that much is undeniable. The problem is, black does better things for one mana than play a one-drop creature. For example, Thoughtseize or Dark Ritual.
Posted By: Reversed (4/15/2013 4:39:46 PM)


Great art, real shocker!
And no, that was NOT sarcasm, I lurv this art!
Posted By: Superllama12 (2/7/2011 3:08:44 PM)


@Laguz: Uh dude, Vampire Lacerator is a guy.
Posted By: nammertime (8/4/2010 10:31:19 PM)