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I like that it offers you a variety of sea monsters, rather than it being restricted to a single tribe. I wish there were more cards that functioned across two or more tribe. Ula's Temple is a portal any sea denizen can use; Lovisa doesn't discriminate between warriors, bersekers, and barbarians who want to help her crush Varchild; Death Baron likes several forms of animated corpses -- these cards just work so well from a flavor perspective.
Posted By: scumbling1 (3/23/2011 5:21:23 PM)


I love this card. That said, it's extremely demanding because you need to build your deck around it. A little disenchantment can ruin your day. Halimar Depths and Sage Owl can help. I'd run this with Clone as well since it will help you complete the quest, copy your non-legendary fatties, and basically deal with any creature problem. Spreading seas can give you card draw, help out your island-walk sea-monsters, and give your opponent another enchantment besides Ula's to worry about.
Posted By: BossCrab (2/4/2010 12:36:04 PM)


A decent card. Its a good combo card for constructed, and its very flavourful, and it lets you get your fatties out for cheap. And you can probably get enough cards in your deck to justify it in sealed. In booster draft, you DO NOT want to open this unless third pack unless you lucked out and ended up with a play set ofShoal Serpent and Kraken Hatchling, and maybe a Lorthos, the Tidemaker. However, just because its not good in draft doesn't mean its still not an amazing card. It just erks me when I open this in a Zendikar-Zendikar-World Wake draft, and it got passed to a guy who opened Wrexial, the Risen Deep :-(
Posted By: f_fivefiftyseven (2/12/2010 6:59:41 PM)


do you think there will be more serpents in rise of the eldrazi? maybe another octopus? i know they probably weren't thinking this as seeing much standard play, but as of right now there's only 3 serpents and 1 octopus. i dunno, just food for thought.

as far as the card goes, i think it has great synergy. as long as you can drop it within the first two turns, it quickly turns into something that an opponent has to deal with soon or the card might get out of hand.
Posted By: dishwater63 (2/23/2010 8:09:10 AM)


Time for some Grozoth to tutor up your other 9cmc fatties.
Posted By: nammertime (3/15/2010 11:08:43 PM)


Moreso than enchantment destruction, Vampire Hexmage has been the bane of my Ula's Temple deck. It seems that every other time I play it, there's a Hexmage about.
Posted By: Xenobody (3/11/2010 4:03:15 PM)


Do giant sea monsters live in Ula's temple? Why does anyone want to find it?
Posted By: BurningDragon (5/27/2010 7:16:00 PM)


I love the sharks hidden in the art.
Posted By: Polychromatic (5/10/2011 12:13:53 PM)


I want to make a deck with this and Whelming Wave.
Posted By: ProsperoNight (2/5/2014 2:42:19 PM)


Yippee. Lorthos or Inkwell or even Wrexial turn 4 and any of your opponents turns.
Posted By: Demonic_Angel13 (1/29/2010 3:21:21 PM)


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