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Chimney imp's obese cousin :D
Posted By: Sironos (5/10/2010 1:59:12 PM)


Well, if Caustic Hound is any example, Wizards has a better idea of how to cost this mechanic now a days.
Posted By: HairlessThoctar (1/31/2011 10:23:26 AM)


Mode summed it up pretty well, I actually like the imp more personally. This combos well with one with nothing, however: You can use the OWN to get rid of this piece of crap from your hand
Posted By: channelblaze (5/29/2010 5:15:40 PM)


Oh no, players are reporting that Darksteel is too powerful and it's too late to change Fifth Dawn! Quick, we've got to water down the next set!
Posted By: TPmanW (4/8/2011 11:21:31 AM)


If you want the global lifeloss, play Howling Banshee instead. I wonder if this got ever played even in limited format?
Posted By: holgir (9/1/2009 3:59:50 AM)


That one could even beat Chimney Imp, but since this card could still be slightly playable considering the rather useful Ogre and Warrior creatures type it has, it only gets pretty close.
5Black 3/3 body vs. 4Black 1/2 flier.
And both have devasting graveyard triggers in proportion to the casting cost.
Really hard to tell which one's worse, but one is certain - they are both top-seeded epic fail cards.
Posted By: Mode (8/10/2009 1:55:03 PM)


Was this piece of trash even playtested? LOL
Posted By: Originalsin (1/25/2010 9:41:29 PM)


@Originalsin No, it probably wasn't. They just needed a bad card and throw this one in the set. There is no need to playtest a card like this. :)
Posted By: Paolino (1/12/2012 6:30:39 AM)


wouldnt like playing it even in limited
Posted By: Imperialstonedragon (3/30/2011 11:46:27 AM)


Well this is awkward.
Posted By: axiobeta (9/20/2011 6:31:47 AM)