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I agree with lorendorky, this totally feels like a reprint even though we all know it isn't.
It's like she once was a townsfolk from Mercadian Masques all along.
Posted By: Mode (9/29/2012 11:50:30 PM)


This feels so nostalgic. I could easily see it in an old frame.
Posted By: lorendorky (9/25/2012 10:22:55 PM)


chump blocker? That bird is my win condition!
Posted By: ZEvilMustache (9/26/2012 3:48:50 AM)


Cards like this are why "Townsfolk" should still be a legitimate creature type.
Posted By: Tiggurix (9/27/2012 2:02:47 AM)


She is the seller of songbirdS. There are actually two birds in play.
The seller is a 0/1 herself with a 1/1 bird perched on her arm. The bird pecks anyone who comes near her.
Posted By: avimkv (10/1/2012 5:29:14 PM)


It's like a bird version of Attended Knight. I also like the idea of a shopkeeper who basically sets up shop in the middle of your planeswalker battle.
Posted By: snazzycool (9/26/2012 1:32:22 AM)


The flavor of this card is wonderful.
Posted By: Mowagh (9/27/2012 6:43:04 AM)


Such a simple, beautiful little card. You can almost hear the twittering of the birds as she moves among the cages. It's magical in the best way: taking something we can understand and adding a touch of strangeness and wonder. We need more creatures like this.
Posted By: Prestimion (7/9/2013 1:45:45 PM)


As mentioned, I'm unsure why you'd play this over Attended Knight. However, I just don't care because I love the name, the art, the flavor. I love every single thing about this card! Well, I mean, except the actual card itself as I'd be loathe to use it in a deck. Still, as a common dripping with flavor, you could do a lot worse.
Posted By: Eternal_Blue (9/28/2012 12:37:36 PM)


Pros like me are pretty fond of good humans like this one that give us flying birds to populate.
Posted By: Lotsofpoopy (9/27/2012 7:44:42 PM)