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Bramblesnap seems much better. Starts smaller but has the all important trample.
Posted By: TreeTrunkMaster (2/11/2013 5:11:42 PM)


The Tempest/Weatherlight artwork for this card is way better.
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (12/17/2009 7:46:11 AM)


Great heavy artillery in saproling and token decks. Theres something wrong with this beast however; its body it shaped extremely weird. How does it walk, and for that matter live properly?
Posted By: SavageBrain89 (7/3/2009 11:34:28 PM)


He's the cutest giant ugly monster I've ever seen.... I think....

Great illustration, regardless of anatomical quandaries.
Posted By: Ritius (11/18/2009 10:29:45 PM)


savage: it is like a t rex
Posted By: adam_b (3/22/2010 3:33:16 PM)


well, perhaps there is some kind of a balance on his tail? I'm just guessing here
Posted By: brunsbr103 (2/23/2010 8:42:03 PM)


Sooo... the elves built it out of mud and vines?...Or the leash? I don't get the flaour text. Bramble snap overshines this.
Posted By: Sironos (12/15/2010 1:28:18 PM)


Lodestone Myr and Bramblesnap both have trample which makes them far better than our mud beast here. Now if he was an Elf instead of an Elemental ... than it might be a different story. I do like the old art better, only because it fits better with the Flavor text.
Posted By: sagegreenOBELISK (1/13/2011 6:08:40 AM)


I always felt like the 9th edition art looked like a mix of a potato and a dinosaur ... funny considering it's supposed to be made out of mud and vines.

All jokes aside, it's decent. The art is funny, but I can live with that.
Posted By: GrimjawxRULES (2/20/2011 9:52:53 AM)


Needs trample to be efficient...
Posted By: GengilOrbios (7/11/2011 12:46:42 AM)


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