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@TachiKC It says for each of those creatures, so yes, they must pay for every creature that attacks.
Posted By: EndOsiris (4/29/2011 1:55:03 PM)


Putting this down early allows you to effectively ignore most creatures with power 1 if your opponent isn't playing white, and with some life gain, most creatures with power 2 as well. Saving a response like Day of Judgment for when the real threat hits the table.
And if your opponent spent life to attack it just makes it easier to clean up after a late Day.
Posted By: roguepariah (4/29/2011 2:21:06 PM)


I wouldn't want to wait to play this turn 5,
However, playing it turn 3 with the condition of 4 life...
I think that it's pretty solid, albeit against white, it'll be less effective.
4/5 seems right, for a nice softlock.
Posted By: infernox10 (5/2/2011 8:29:31 PM)


You can't force someone's creatures to attack with this - i.e. those cards that say X creature attacks Y if able. Well they are not able unless the controllers opts to pay the tax.

I like this card, it's going into my life gaining BW so I can sit behind it and Wall of Denial until I get my Felidar into play.
Posted By: Nomad0404 (5/16/2011 8:36:13 AM)


Sideboard against swarm decks like Zoo, token or White Weenie. I'd say {G}{W} to ramp out early, then sit back. If they have white mana available, then they're spending a fair amount just to attack with any sort of advancement in the game; if they don't, they'll lose a fair amount of life fairly quickly, which will add up in that sense. Green and White have some excellent choices for defense as well, and it'll go with control variants in any other color. All in all, it's a great control card; trade life early on in the game, then deny the opponent(s) mana to prevent the battlefield from moving out of your favor.
Posted By: Lateralis0ne (5/10/2011 7:05:36 PM)


I like this a lot.
Posted By: Hayw00d0909 (5/13/2011 1:37:06 PM)


@ Recino
as listed in the FAQ

Multiple Norn's Annexes controlled by the same player will each impose a cost to attack. Players choose how they pay each cost individually. For example, if a creature you control is attacking a player who controls two Norn's Annexes, you may pay for one cost and 2 life for the other.
Posted By: BaldEmotions (5/16/2011 10:31:17 PM)


I kind of prefer ghostly prison simply because its from kamigawa. but that 2 life cost could really start to add up. let them suicide swing for what could be the end game assault, cast a fog/safe passage, then gut shot them for the win.
Posted By: BastianQoU (5/18/2011 1:20:44 AM)


I'm going to use this!
and in case I run up against a player with white mana.....

also in the same deck no mercy and norrit
Posted By: supershawn (5/24/2011 12:47:04 AM)


This + Orim's Prayer + Ghostly Prison = My undying hatred.
Posted By: MisterAction (6/20/2011 10:36:52 PM)


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