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Art reminds me of Beyonce
Posted By: RazzmatazzTheGreat (10/23/2010 1:34:04 PM)


@A3Kitsune, storm doesn't cause any other spells to be 'cast', they're just copied and put on the stack.

Perhaps this could be put in a 'pinball' deck, but you'd have to splash for it because green usually has very little good stuff for these decks.
Posted By: djflo (3/8/2011 9:29:37 PM)



More like Alan Comer
Posted By: Noukkers (12/23/2011 9:40:33 PM)


Honestly this frizzy-haired broad does wonders in place of Goyf in my Modern Bant colored tempo deck. If you can keep her safe after an early game drop she grows to proportions Goyf can only dream of. Admittedly, as a topdeck in desperate situations she is practically a dead-draw. Not any better or worse than Tarmy (and certainly not always an either or), but an interesting relative. I really think she has potential to do unexpected things in the Modern (maybe even Legacy) format with the current meta in mind.
Posted By: Brufff (6/4/2012 10:47:28 PM)


This thing ressembles Champion of the Parish, in that it gets bigger and bigger the more the game goes on. She comes in a little later and can't be played in mono (well, there are those dual/choosable color spells which works actually) .
I prefer her condition of gaining +1/+1 counters than the champ because it's much less "restricting", in that humans are creatures, thus it's harder to make use of "instant speed +1/+1" with it.
Personally I love using her in a R/G beatdown deck, using burn spells for her to get through while she's small and she can eventually handle her own when she's gotten a bit bigger.
Posted By: Dabok (7/2/2012 7:54:12 AM)