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She costs 8. Akroma does too.
With Dragon Arch, she costs but two.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (9/23/2011 6:25:11 PM)


One of my favorite cards, and my eternal EDH general.

She was in the first deck that I ever received, and that deck has remained with me throughout the years as my principle deck. There were some dark times when I considered taking her out of that deck, because 8 mana was just too much and she died so easily. It almost seemed like people always saved at least one removal spell for the moment when I finally managed to cast her, just to ruin my day. But, I kept her in, because I realized my favorite way to win was to have her swing for the final kill.

She immediately swings overhead for 6 damage, which is 1 less than you'd get if you spent that mana on a fireball. With a balefire liege or glory of warfare out, you're getting 1 more damage. Balefire liege especially makes her scary, because casting her and attacking with her means 11 damage, 3 life gained, and your opponents have to contend with a flying 8/5 that can redirect 3 points of damage.... (see all)
Posted By: Asmodi0000 (10/31/2011 7:38:19 PM)


She's one of the most powerful cards I've ever used in a deck; she attacks immediately, can block a creature thanks to vigilance, and can even prevent damage when needed. The only bad thing about her is that she is way too expensive. In my opinion eight mana seems a little much for a creature that can easily be killed by removal.
Posted By: SavageBrain89 (7/3/2009 12:33:16 PM)


I agree she is a bit too exsepsive, mostly since she can be killed or removed easly, but shes still an awesome card. fast, powerfull and deadly. ^_^

Posted By: PaladinOfSunhome (7/11/2009 1:19:17 PM)


Well, it's not preventing, its redirection, don't act like it's the same. It means, while she'll die after taking six damage, she'll deal additional 3 dmg anywhere you please. Of course, unlike Akroma, theese 6 dmg can be delivered anytime, not in a single turn (so opponent can block her in your turn and then burn her with some sorcerry).

However, Akroma's protection's makes her better, you simply don't want to risk losing 8 mana creature.

Still, she's just way too cool to not have her in a RW deck - archangel with a blazing sword ? Hell yeah !
Posted By: skew (9/7/2009 3:27:57 AM)


Card of the Day - January 03, 2006 The more abilities a creature has, the more important it is that those abilities make some kind of sense together. Razia is a great example of this working well, as even any two of vigilance, haste, and the ability to tap to prevent damage work very synergistically.
Posted By: liir007 (8/21/2009 3:53:12 PM)


Flying, vigilance, and haste on a card not called Akroma, Angel of Wrath? Say it ain't so!

I get a lot of mileage out of Razia; she functions as both a flashy finisher and a way to decimate the opponent's army, especially when used in concert with burn cards like Lightning Helix.
Posted By: XDaragoX (6/28/2009 10:42:16 AM)


Szadek, Lord of Secrets isnt AS prone to removal... he's part black, right? so terror et al doesn't affect him

i actually think she's rather useless. for most decks sporting white and red, there are far better cards at a cheaper cost. nearly every other angel comes to mind.
Posted By: spoonish (7/29/2009 11:42:37 AM)


Akroma, Angel of Wrath is just all around better... less prone to removal and needs 3 white rather then two and two red. It is a 6/6 and also has all the things Razia has except the prevention.
Posted By: Pyronfirelord (8/1/2009 6:54:53 AM)


eight? EIGHT?!
Posted By: metalevolence (3/8/2010 7:18:54 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!