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If a landwalk set ever becomes released, this will QUADRUPLE in price. It will almost cost a dime.

Pretty sure the only creature that had plainswalk when this was released was righteous avengers, which was already one of the worst cards ever printed. Serra Angel had the same converted mana cost.
Posted By: Laguz (9/9/2011 10:52:24 AM)


i need a set of these things!
all those Boggart Arsonists, Graceful Antelopes, Righteous Avengers and Zodiac Roosters are very dangerous!
Posted By: Zacklar (7/31/2011 10:58:59 PM)


Posted By: omni8000 (5/10/2012 6:40:35 AM)


All those people who are rating this half a star will quake in fear when I play my Righteous Avengers and walk right across their plains.
Posted By: kazenpaus (2/8/2012 3:06:22 PM)


Terrible card, but it was obviously necessary to print it in order to hose the ridiculously broken Aysen Highway decks that were running rampant in constructed formats at the time.

Oh, and 1/5 since it doesn't stop Storm Crow.
Posted By: War_Elemental (5/29/2012 7:03:54 AM)


Can't believe this isn't in Portal Three Kingdoms...
Posted By: 001010011100101110 (7/17/2013 6:53:30 PM)


I don't think people understand how this game works. If it cost negative mana, it would be akin to simian spirit guide exept it would give you storm count...

If it cost 0 and cantriped it would also be extremely powerful, although I agree it could (with the current state of plainswalkers) cost 1-2 mana and cantrip and not be as horible.

Plainswalking should obviously be the hardest walking to achieve. The others are harder to navigate but they also have the most cover and ways to get through undetected.

Merfolk can easily navigate underwater and slip past any would-be blockers, goblins and dwarves know how to get through caves and tunnels in mountains being able to get through undetected. Swamps would be easy to hide in under the extremely murky water. Forestwalk could go by undetected through the trees or undergrowth depending on how knowledgable the creatures are to the forest.

But how do you sneak across a plains to hit somebody unnoticed? You have to be either extre... (see all)
Posted By: cha0sc0w (12/25/2013 5:15:42 PM)


There are 5 creatures in Magic with Plainswalk (one of them has Snow-covered Plainswalk, but it still counts), a Homelands enchantment that gives all white creatures Plainswalk, Giant Slug can give itself Plainswalk, Barbarian Guides can give a creature Snow Plainswalk.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (2/14/2010 8:04:49 AM)


Richard Garfield actually had called this the worst card ever printed, in a old issue if Inquest Gamer I still have somewhere.
Posted By: Thrull_Champion (11/14/2009 7:19:46 PM)


The strangest thing about this card is that at the time of it's printing only one card had plainswalking and it was a 3/1. Congrajulations on being able to prevent damage from ONE already awful creature.
Posted By: AgesofThunder (11/5/2009 3:17:32 PM)


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