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Use with Relentless Rats...
Posted By: makochman (9/11/2009 10:38:58 AM)


Kokusho, the Evening Star.
Posted By: A3Kitsune (1/27/2010 5:46:47 PM)


Remembrance gives you an invincible army that does not let up until every creature in your library is gone.
Posted By: NARFNra (12/27/2010 1:43:55 PM)


Astonishing card. Great combo potential with decks that run four of every copy of a certain creature card. The Golgari color cards are always so fun to play, I love the idea of combining card mechanic and flavor with the combination of life and death.
Posted By: SavageBrain89 (5/29/2009 5:03:43 PM)


Seems like this would work pretty well with Survival of the Fittest. Tutor up 3 copies of any creature, discarding them all, then play the fourth.
Posted By: drunyon (3/27/2011 8:11:06 PM)


Remembrance and this is a fine Johnny combo... I run it in a Zubera deck with numerous ways to sacrifice my own creatures. Turns into a ton of fun.
Posted By: Dreznin (2/2/2012 9:36:29 AM)


Laquatus's Champion
EDIT: Let me simplify this... Buried Alive+Laquatus's Champion. Anybody see it now?
Posted By: XTwistedsoulX (10/24/2011 6:45:36 AM)


I like your thinking...haha that would be fun...
Posted By: jugglingguy (11/27/2009 3:08:53 PM)


I love dual edged sword mechanics. EVERY player has a way of spiraling out of control! Populate your graveyard anyway you can, Buried Alive comes to mind. Or maybe a little Traumatize, I'm loving the Hermit Druid. Point being Living Death makes for a great party favor. And who can deny Groundbreaker being played while this enchantment is out isn't a great idea?Just make sure you have 4 in a deck!
Posted By: Sumai4444 (12/26/2009 8:23:42 PM)


Posted By: Zageitz (3/14/2010 8:30:23 PM)


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