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Um, yeah, this is definitely better than Nightmare. It's HALF the cost, you can't spot remove it, you CAN pwoer it up (give it flying, trample, whatever), and on top of that, green has much more ways to get more lands (forests) out more quickly than black can do with swamps, especially in older sets ( Nature's Lore anyone?).

In any case, this guy is diesel. Running 4 of these will make it REALLY hard for you opponent to attack you (they'll always have to be blocking) and between Titanic Growth and anything at all you can find to give this guy trample, he's a big, stubborn, early, continuous threat.
Posted By: AngelPhoenix (7/11/2011 2:22:08 PM)


Excellent limited beater. Draft this baby up as soon as possible!
Posted By: Keino (7/7/2011 3:33:30 PM)


It's an almost strictly better Molimo. It's not like the difference is that big of a deal in GREEN. I like it.
Posted By: Tigerguy786 (7/7/2011 5:27:09 PM)



Blanchwood Armor

You know you want to! :D
Posted By: WateryMind (7/24/2011 8:38:06 PM)


@Endersblade: man, any treefolk deck needs both dungrove elder and dauntless dourbark. 4x each.
Posted By: Jeremydav (8/4/2011 8:15:03 PM)



No, it's not "strictly better" than Nightmare, because nightmare has Flying.
Posted By: EndOsiris (7/7/2011 9:24:46 PM)


Still not going to replace my Dauntless Dourbark.
Posted By: endersblade (7/26/2011 6:46:11 PM)


Hexproof and a CMC of 3? Yeesh. Better hope my brother doesn't get his hands on a set of these for his treefolk deck.
Posted By: SirMalkin (7/7/2011 2:55:45 PM)


Even with all the people out there yelling overpowered, I doubt it would see any competitive play. Mono green is just not that great, in fact I think its just about the worst colour by itself. It's the only colour which can't deal with the opponent's threats. Blue counters it, red burns it, Black destroys it, white exiles it. Green, well green just sits for a while and hope the opponent blocks with it or something. Powerful, but not gonna be competitive unless green really actually gets something that breaks it in half.
Posted By: ddong (8/11/2011 10:47:22 PM)


This is strictly better than Sacred Wolf... Perhaps I'm the only one who thinks this... But why would they do that? Sacred wolf was creative and flavorful with a cool aesthetic, this is a big ugly tree monster. Sorry, another big ugly tree monster.
You could stick the picture could be just as easily used for a remake of Blanchwood Treefolk. And the flavor text dose nothing to enplane why he has hexproof. This would all be fine, but Sacred Wolf was one core set ago! You can't already make that obsolete.

I put together my first green deck that I'm proud of... I loved the flavor and I loved the mechanics. And I thought it was balanced... Now there's a card out there that's strictly better, and everyone is going to be putting it in their shiny new Hexproof decks... Making my flavorful, if modest deck bland and forgettable.
Posted By: Zoah (8/3/2011 1:16:05 PM)