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An interesting ability, but I can't see any practical use for it...
Posted By: Guest57443454 (11/24/2009 10:45:18 PM)


I can't see a use for this other than black spells that specifically target green creatures.
Posted By: Etregan (12/19/2009 11:16:58 PM)


Play with green hosers (like Hibernation) and protection from green creatures.
Posted By: nammertime (12/29/2009 11:54:21 AM)


You've been Leprechauned.
Posted By: aznxknightz (10/14/2010 2:52:19 PM)


this is n't very scottish.
Posted By: Hydrogoose (3/15/2009 6:43:24 AM)


The problem with Aisly is he turns creatures green, which is the color you'd be playing if you ran him. Green dosn't hose green. And if you used another color to run hosers, you'd hose your green creatures. If he could turn the creatures he laces the color of your choice (moslikely black or blue, as green is good at hosing them), he'd be great. As it is, the only use for him is if you ran blue and Hacked him to turn creatures black. With Willow Priestess to protect him, you got yourself a combo!
Posted By: A3Kitsune (2/17/2010 2:25:02 AM)


The only use I've found for this is popping out a 2/3 flying Boggart Sprite-Chaser on the second turn. Beyond that, he just takes too much to make him useful at all...
Posted By: Alsebra (9/15/2011 4:06:51 AM)


Use in combo with Eastern Paladin and some form of regeneration.
Posted By: bparx (10/18/2011 7:50:42 AM)


Posted By: Goatllama (9/19/2012 10:16:52 AM)


Is the concept here that he's a sick Leprechaun that vomits on you if you stop him on the way to the can?
Posted By: Iam_IronMan (4/20/2013 9:02:30 AM)