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But it has lasers! Not as good as Triskelion but fairly effective.
Posted By: littlebeast (1/6/2010 11:11:31 AM)


Clock work creatures suck. That's why it has a low rating.
Posted By: 4wallz (11/29/2009 8:00:46 PM)


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Posted By: zortan (1/11/2010 11:18:34 AM)


hm i rly need to make my artifact counters deck with this, modular, and triskelion.
Posted By: Omenchild (4/17/2010 9:55:21 PM)


I have a question, I am new to Magic and want to know when using this card on my turn I enter the combat phase and attack my opponent. I am to remove a +1 +1 counter and can deal one damage to his 2/1 Child of Night. Do I deal that damage before or after the creature damage? the difference being that if I did that 1 damage to his Child of Night before it can deal it's damage then another of my creature would survive.
Posted By: Psyonus (7/4/2010 2:59:13 PM)


@Psyonus: The damage is dealt before combat damage. The Child of Night bites the dust without even getting to block.
Posted By: Chimaera2357 (5/21/2012 1:03:28 PM)


Obviously each playgroup will have their own terms, but as a person that has been playing since Mirage, "ping" is the term I have heard most when dealing 1 dmg to a target. Prodigal Sorcerer, aka "Tim" (Monty Python's Holy Grail reference for those wondering), being the original "pinger". Not saying "poke" is wrong, per se, but I am sure more MTG players would understand/use "ping". With that being said, I wouldn't consider this card's ability a "ping" ability. It cannot tap to deal 1 dmg, but rather deals 1 dmg when it is declared as an attacker.
Posted By: Bbone37 (3/18/2014 11:47:48 AM)