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Meh, indeed not a bad card for a graveyard using deck, but 5 mana cost is huge. No good for the zombie deck, which not only relies on a average to low mana curve, but on "2/2 for 3" creatures who boost each other.
Posted By: Carnophage_4ever (8/11/2010 8:51:18 PM)


dont be stupid you cant put emraku,l on the grave and rise from the grave it
but yes i like this card
Posted By: Szentekkel (4/1/2011 6:40:11 PM)



You do realize that you're completely wrong about Eldrazis in the graveyard, right? They have a triggered ability that goes on the stack and can be responded to at instant speed. They can be reanimated and then the rest of the ability will resolve, shuffling one's graveyard back into his or her library.

And of your snarky attitude, maybe you should take your own advice before you criticize others about rules...
Posted By: Agent1103 (7/27/2012 9:10:14 AM)


if you have five mana and you want to cast emrakul the eons torn.
this + rise from the grave.
I actually like this card better than entomb because it's a creature, and I prefer my spells to have bodies, it makes them more effecient and reusable.
gravedigger is a 4 of in my deck while I have no instant or sorcery cards with the same effect.
and 2 cadaver imps as well.
this card unfortunetly despite it's 3/3 body is a little overshadowed by buried alive though, I however will still be using this one because, like I said reusable (and no I'm not refering to it's unearth though that could be handy in a pinch.

also I do not approve of the eldrazi based combo with this card or any other, eldrazi can suck zombie balls!
instead use this same combo to get out archdemon of unx AND make it a zombie in one fell swoop.
Posted By: supershawn (3/4/2011 9:05:57 PM)