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Night's Watch
Creatures you control have protection from Zombies if you control Wall of Frost.
Winter is coming.
Posted By: blurrymadness (4/26/2013 10:37:02 AM)


The main difference that I found with this wall compared to Wall of Denial (aside from the lack of shroud and flying) is that it actually discourages creatures from attacking into it. Wall of Denial does little to interfere with the opponent's tempo--a 1/1, for example, could theoretically attack into it all day if it wanted to and nothing would happen. Two 1/1 creatures could similarly attack into it without any negative effects happening on the creatures themselves. On the other hand, opponents have to play around Wall of Frost by either not attacking at full force each turn or by attacking only every other turn.

@Artscrafter: while it is true that the Sun Titan's vigilance negates the freeze-tap, Gaea's Revenge is not immune. Similarly to how Day of Judgment will blow up Gaea's Revenge just fine (because Day of Judgm... (see all)
Posted By: Cardcypher42 (7/20/2010 7:18:31 AM)


BEST WALL EVER! Frost Titan and Sleep will join this in my Blue-Black-White lockdown mill deck.
Posted By: Demonic_Angel13 (7/9/2010 10:07:20 PM)


I still prefer Wall of Denial over this, but they serve slightly different roles. Denial = Better against flying, immune to targeted removal, slightly bulkier. Frost = Don't have to splash white, and helps a little better against swarm attacks, plus stops a bomb that can kill it for a turn longer.

Generally I'd prefer Denial against white, blue or black, and Frost against green or red.

Also: This didn't help me as much as I'd hoped in the prerelease, but then again I went up against two players with Sun Titan (vigilance negates the lockdown) and one with Gaea's Revenge (immune to blue effects.)
Edit, @Cardcypher: Shoot, you're right, since it doesn't say "target." Man, I wish I'd realized that then.
Posted By: Artscrafter (8/3/2010 4:14:00 PM)


Why is this rated so low? It's a great card. One of the best walls obviously.
Posted By: murder100 (7/27/2010 3:11:15 PM)


This plus http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=204997 = Lockdown win at draft :P
Posted By: TBaker2.0 (7/25/2010 6:22:54 AM)


It's not back in M12 :(
Posted By: divine_exodus (7/11/2011 6:10:58 PM)


Dear Wall of Frost, and all your buddies; why you no elemental? Wall is such an uninspired creature type when it's a blatant excuse to not bother thinking through the rest of the card flavor-wise.
Posted By: Dr.Pingas (1/27/2012 7:25:10 PM)


The best way to attack your opponent who has Walls of Frost around him, are creatures with vigilance (Wall of Frost doesn't cause blocked creatures to tap).
Posted By: Autor (5/20/2012 5:21:29 AM)