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Now I want to see Wave of Indifference and this cast by two opposing players. Just so the humans and goblins can sit down and stare at each other apathetically. The flavour text is great in both cases. =)
Posted By: Prizrak (1/28/2011 3:44:23 AM)


Meh... somewhat underwhelming. Sure, I could use this in a deck, but it is pretty situational, and its effect isn't all that great.

Posted By: Gaussgoat (1/21/2010 6:10:34 AM)


I like it, Blues verion of Holy Day, only it does not affect your creatures, so you can still block and kill your oppoants.
Posted By: PaladinOfSunhome (2/3/2010 10:00:24 AM)


Posted By: DeckMechanic (3/18/2013 12:21:26 PM)


Anti weenie card, if your opponent rushes you with lots of small weenies, this card can be better than fog as it allows you to kill some of the weenies while theirs do 0 damage

Posted By: Paladin85 (8/22/2011 7:34:51 PM)


I can't believe I didn't recognize this when I first saw the card... but it's the return of Lazy Goblin!

Zurdi may be better equipped than his Dominarian cousin, but it looks like goblins are lazy no matter where in the multiverse you go! =D
Posted By: Leshrac_Nightwalker (8/24/2010 12:13:18 PM)


It's a fog in a color that wants fog the most.
Posted By: Designer_Genes (10/3/2009 10:16:26 AM)


Oh cool, they'll still be there to attack next turn, and a couple may get some damage through. Yeah, it's a poor-man's fog I guess.
Posted By: coyotemoon722 (12/10/2009 2:06:27 AM)


You fools. It's better than fog. They get -3, you get to block and deal damage still. This means if you have lame creatures they can kill stuff and survive at the same time. ...that's awesome.

Posted By: blurrymadness (2/16/2011 1:47:03 AM)


Almost not complete garbage.
Posted By: Vinifera7 (9/28/2009 11:19:11 AM)