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Obsoleted, sadly, by Terra Stomper.
Posted By: Alqatrkapa (3/23/2010 9:56:04 AM)
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it's a giant treefolk! your argument is invalid!

besides, terra stomper's art sucks, so this card is automatically better
Posted By: Arachibutyrophobia (8/9/2011 3:13:30 PM)
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Not that this matters a whole lot, but Force of Nature is better than Terra Stomper if your opponent should Control Magic or Clone it. Would I play this over Terra Stomper? Probably not, but it's always fun to think of the ways in which older creatures aren't totally outclassed by newer creatures.
Posted By: TDL (10/2/2011 5:48:00 PM)
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Man, this kind of "pay X or suffer X dmg" is rarely seen with green, more a black thing, which is logic, due to the dabbling in the dark and demonic arts black represents, where green is more about summoning huge beasts.
Posted By: Sironos (5/5/2010 12:00:53 PM)
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I tried to figure out recently why this has continued to have a soft spot in my heart years and years after first seeing it. The drawback is pretty horrendous, so is it just my Timmy self feeling nostalgic? I think now that the context has a lot to do with it. In revised, when I started playing, only three creatures had Trample: War Mammoth, Lord of the Pit, and this bad boy. A few others were in the contemporary expansions and some worked their way into fourth edition. But trample was a special ability and among them the Force offered sheer power from its size, and the fact that a 6CC allowed most green decks to play it quite early in the game. I think the potential of huge, self-inflicted damage actually contributed to it and Lord of the Pit being viewed as something far more awe-inspiring than they seem now. I still love you, you abstraction made fattie!
Posted By: r-e-meatyard (6/1/2009 4:11:45 PM)
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A strong card, made for green decks. Nice new artwork.
Posted By: Crabby (6/26/2009 9:20:14 AM)
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Green Lord of the Pit? Me likey.
Posted By: Saxophonist (8/27/2009 12:00:31 AM)
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Terra Stomper.
Posted By: Th3_Dark_On3 (2/9/2010 5:02:43 PM)
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this card is kind of sad for usability but the artwork is absolutely beautiful. Greg Staples is my hero.
Posted By: Gezus82 (11/29/2009 3:57:14 PM)
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I just pulled four lotus cobras and terra stompers out of a couple booster boxes. They replaced my ancient heartwood dryads and forces of nature in my green deck: 3rd turn double terra stompers makes no one alive to complain.
Posted By: Kataklyzmik (2/12/2010 12:06:34 PM)
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