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Posted By: ExiledMystic (2/15/2013 11:16:53 AM)


I <3 this card.

In the right deck, its a win condition.
Posted By: WateryMind (7/7/2011 7:35:04 PM)


rather than new jace and new new jace, could we put the actual card names? otherwise in future expansions we'll be left with new new new new new new new new new new new new new jace.
Posted By: applecorn (7/29/2011 1:54:10 AM)


Surrprisingly good card in limited, I've managed a couple of wins in drafts with it now. I don't know if it has the legs for constructed, but it does seem to hit the cards the guy really wants, lol. Combined with draw effects like Consecrated Sphinx, it gets ridiculous.

Posted By: Gaussgoat (7/15/2011 10:37:02 PM)


I'm curious how, exactly, "draw" is defined. Obviously, every turn you draw a card... what about cards that let you search and pull a card from your deck into your hand? directly to the battlefield? how about returning cards from your graveyard to your hand/battlefield? what about the sphinx in M12 that has your opponent draw 5 from your deck, split them into 2 piles, and you take one? is that drawing 5? or just the pile you take? or nothing at all.
Posted By: Aetherium (7/18/2011 12:11:13 PM)


This with sensei's divining top and Etherium sculptor equals victory. Once the Sculptor and Jace's Erasure is in play all you need to do is get the Top in play and another on top of your library. Easy to do and a win on your opponents next draw step.
Posted By: resistingrexmundi (8/7/2011 5:58:59 AM)


The fact that this card is a common staggers me. Seriously, this can become a massive mill engine, especially in a color known for draw abilities.

On the negative side, if you're playing against someone who's using graveyard recursion this card can become a liability quickly. I found this out first-hand... when I was the one with the Nether Shadow/Ashen Ghoul deck. "Aww, shucks, there went another Ghoul. That's just so disappointing. Done with your turn? Good... and three Ghouls rise from my graveyard and immediately eat your face for 9 damage." Believe it or not it was actually a few turns before the guy decided to stop milling me during his draws.

Anyway, I will admit that in my other decks I usually stock an Erase, Disenchant, or Demystify with this card (and several others) in mind.
Posted By: yyukichigai (8/12/2011 9:21:44 PM)


what to combo with? how about draw 7 at the end of all your turns?
Posted By: Tantudo (8/14/2011 11:43:52 PM)


I run 4 of these.
Posted By: Leafhopper (9/7/2011 2:49:23 PM)


Perhaps a silly question, perhaps not.

Does having multiple copies of this in play cause your opponent to put additional cards in the graveyard? I think it would as drawing a card would trigger each copy's effect, but I hate to assume.

Let's say I have two of these in play and I cast Ponder, would my opponent then have to put the top two in his/her graveyard?

If so, I think Mind Unbound in a control deck would be crazy.
Posted By: Tivoko (10/2/2011 5:07:46 AM)


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