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No, Donovan. It's saying that Changelings are constantly drawn to new shapes, even though it can end badly. The way you propose to phrase it means that there would be no drawback, which wouldn't go with what the art is depicting.
Posted By: Lateralis0ne (4/12/2010 8:39:40 AM)
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Grizzly... Sliver/Elf/Eldrazi?
Posted By: jonnyrue2u (8/9/2010 8:19:54 AM)
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This card is going to be great in my Ally deck... Oh wait, it just rotated out of standard.
Posted By: SentByHim (9/15/2009 2:49:39 PM)
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heh, looks like changelings are subject to the same repressive Judeo-Christian notions of self hatred and shame as we are. Fig leaves for everyone!
Posted By: madformedusa (9/26/2009 10:20:23 PM)
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Its a bear with a relevant creature type!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (3/8/2012 2:48:59 PM)
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@Tommy9898
No what was confusing him (and me for the first few times I read it) is that the card doesn't clarify what verb the 'doing so' applys to. It could either be talking the resisting changing shape, or it could be talking about the actual changing of shape, which doesn't make sense. The way it is worded could apply to either.
Posted By: DaJoshMaster (6/5/2012 12:28:42 PM)
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Is that a typo on the flavor text? Shouldn't it read 'not' in their best interests?
Posted By: Donovan_Fabian (12/19/2009 4:25:09 AM)
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I'm wondering if I should put this into my sappro deck. It is a saproling, so highly sacrificable. But it is also a fungus so sporesowerthallid /sporoloth ancient lets it create stuff.
Posted By: wickedragon (3/6/2011 2:26:50 PM)
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It's everyones Runeclaw/Grizzly/Bear Cub!

You want a 2/2 goblin for 2 in green? WOODLAND CHANGELING!

You want a 2/2 merfolk for 2 in green? WOODLAND CHANGELING!

You want a 2/2 Thundermare for 2 in green? WOODLAND CHANGELING!
Posted By: Ferlord (11/2/2012 6:07:02 AM)
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It might leach off of your opponents, but that is becoming increasingly less likely now that modern lords only give their bonus to its controllers creatures.
If you have a tribal deck, this will probably be worse than the card it replaces in every popular tribe.
It is probably only worth it if you find a way to capitalize on its many creature types in your own deck.
wickedragon got close, with this saproling/fungus usage, but I can't imagine having room for it over proper fungus like:
Thallid, Vitaspore Thallid, Spore Flower, Thallid Shell-Dweller, Tukatongue Thallid and Utopia Mycon.
Posted By: kiseki (8/22/2011 5:00:16 PM)
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Gatherer works better in the Companion app!

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