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Oh look... I got a couple of Gravecrawlers in my graveyard... wow now i got a couple of vengevines on the field

Posted By: Gheridarigaaz (9/27/2012 4:46:27 AM)


Dies to removal, suxxors haha...

...oh wait, godammit.
Posted By: Gomorrah (7/30/2010 5:08:01 PM)


He is scary by himself. He is an absolute terror when multiple are in your graveyard. Buried Alive combo maybe.
Posted By: AngelxLegna (4/16/2010 9:32:05 AM)


blindthrall, you are incorrect. Cascade allows you to play/cast (card/oracle) a spell without paying its mana cost, which would trigger vengevine if it was a creature from bloodbraid. If cascade meant "put into play" it would have said that, and would not have mentioned the paying of mana costs, and would be a horribly worded ability. As it is, it is very straightforward, you cast the card you cascade into.
Posted By: Grimn777 (5/1/2010 8:08:55 PM)


Bloodghast without his morning coffee.
Posted By: magicalplaidyak (4/15/2010 11:39:57 PM)


If I had to draw up a creature card after Worldwake came out that green desperately needed to remain a competitive color in Standard (outside of being one of Jund's three ugly heads), it would have looked something like this:
Mid-range card that doesn't become worthless late-game
Highly resistant to removal and countermagic

Vengevine hits all of these and then some, so yeah it was sort of a godsend for green. Especially right after Jace, the Mind Sculptor got printed and it looked like Control decks were going to sweep the format for the next two years.
Posted By: Troutz (11/8/2010 3:27:51 PM)


"Oh... man. I just realized.

Restoration Angel."

What??? Is there some synergy that I'm not seeing because Restoration Angel doesn't help trigger Vengevine by bouncing a creature. You must be casting another creature, not two creatures entering the battlefield
Posted By: Blind_At_Heart (9/20/2012 1:05:28 PM)


I think that Vengevine is a pretty cool guy. eh defines formats and doesn't afraid of anything.
Posted By: ratchet1215 (10/5/2010 4:45:51 PM)


Look at all the stupid people! HAHAHAHA.

"meh, build around card. Not good for standard."

Dredgevine is raping the countryside.

"Easily see it at $10"

Really now?

"green is the worst color"

...yeah. But at least they got tooth and nail.

Guys, this guy is seeing play in legacy, ffs. In legacy, you're either A. overpowered or B. exploitable. He's both, considering I've never seen anyone actually cast him in a legacy deck. play the survival route, get all four of your vengevines in the yard, then discard two basking rootwallas. SWING
Posted By: PolskiSuzeren (10/10/2010 1:00:28 AM)


Cascade works with this, cause you get to cast a card you reveal. And even without the resurrection, this card is fantastic - I think the best from Rise.

And Bloodghast? Vengevine is 100 times better, fools.
Posted By: Tarmin (4/25/2010 4:40:42 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!