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@SpencerDub: I see flavor of green drawing in a different way as the blue draw. Drawin of both colours can be seen as gaining knowledge, but from different sources. Blue focuses on progress, it wants to find out new ways, new means, it wants to move borders of mind... and it all comes from a power of mind and thoughts. Green, on the other hand, is much more spiritual. It takes it's knowledge from the harmony (so that harmonize...) and tranquility of nature, from its unchanging order, as well as from predatory rules of nature (I can think about Snake Umbra), you're getting to learn about a world by living... Green don't want the progress... green wants to learn about the world and understand it... both in watching falling leaves of trees or hunting a prey. I hope it makes sence :)
Posted By: Narim (5/4/2011 3:07:26 AM)


I love this. Because its good, no, great, but simple. Card draw looks so much more... wholesome in green clothes. Throw out your Jayemdae tomes and start humming druidic tones.
Posted By: Kryptnyt (3/4/2010 7:02:54 PM)


It's all about the color.
Blue gets lots of good card draw. Green, despite it's official "second best at" title, - not so much. A plane-shifted Concentrate is much more valuable at the cost of 2GG than at 2UU. So, when you need some gas, but don't want to go blue for it, Harmonise is your good friend.
And what a beautifull art! Simple, but so-o deep. The same goes for flavour text. True wisdom there is.
Posted By: Helianthus (8/6/2009 6:47:27 AM)


Come on, Wizards... Give it a core set reprnt! This should be used as a core set staple!
Posted By: TheTraitorKing (12/28/2009 6:44:51 AM)


Drawing cards is never to be taken for granted, and having a simple 4CC draw for green is pretty nasty.

Posted By: Gaussgoat (2/26/2010 1:29:19 PM)


While I don't doubt the quality of this card, I do have to question its colorshifting. While green has always had specific tutoring (for lands and creatures), is green draw really that common? If, flavor-wise, drawing is the accumulation of knowledge, I have a hard time stretching green's value of instinct and nature to cultivating knowledge.

But that's just me being a weird Vorthos.
Posted By: SpencerDub (4/12/2010 12:01:49 AM)


Seems like seton is buddhist, hence the artwork lotus pose.
Posted By: Teotanek (2/16/2010 8:21:10 PM)


I don't get the love for this card. At this casting cost it normally doesn't do me much good.
Posted By: sweetestsadist (3/5/2009 1:58:16 PM)


i like how the flavor text makes a jab at the original version of it.

Life's greatest lessons don't come from focus or concentration
Posted By: bijart_dauth (11/22/2010 8:15:53 PM)


Awesome card, and the flavor text is very buddhist in its nature. Even though its weird cuz buddhists like to concentrate.. But i digress.
Posted By: TheSwarm (1/17/2011 7:35:53 PM)