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Posted By: MrBarrelRoll (4/29/2011 3:49:42 AM)


this little piece of work is a favorite of mine. i love slamming it on the table and shouting WORSHIP ME!
Posted By: blunt_shark (10/11/2011 1:31:08 PM)


Hey, you dont see potencial of this card. You can re-use it and in deck vith lot of flyers is best choice
Posted By: Fall87 (11/24/2011 2:30:26 PM)


@ R&D:
You should have use "has defender" to make it more clear that this creature can still block. In addition, anything about the card shouts "BLUE"!!!

Volrath's Curse, Lost in Thought and Ice Cage are good examples.

Please MaRo or anyone @ R&D, please stop reprinting the white pacifism. I know it's a cool gimmick, but it sucks. Swap colors of bounce and pacifism instead. If white uses auras, it should use them to enchant their own creatures.
Posted By: Cheza (6/2/2011 3:45:22 AM)



I've bought about a half dozen of New Phyrexia boosters and probably have three or four of these. I'll stick with Pacifism, thanks - and I've been using less stuff like that in my white decks as of late for that matter. Offense > defense
Posted By: jfre81 (6/19/2011 12:08:16 AM)


I recently replaced guard duty with this in my luminarch ascension / sigil of the empty throne deck. Works rather well as a recurring enchantment.
Posted By: darkgnosis (7/28/2011 12:49:48 PM)


This card is broken with Mesa Enchantress. It is almost like having a Think Twice to flashback at the end of all your opponent's turn.

You get a nice control + draw combination with Forced Worship, Oblivion Ring, Mesa Enchantress and a few Sun Titans. There are other nice enchantments in white like Spirit Mantle and Angelic Destiny that will greatly help you ignore the fact that the creature you stalled is still able to block.
Posted By: Diab0l0 (12/22/2011 2:25:00 PM)


Clever flavor text. Well played, Wizards.
Posted By: n0sfera2 (4/17/2012 3:02:23 PM)


Is that carbonite?
Posted By: TheHandyman (5/2/2012 10:56:56 AM)


The shadows of her hands are pretty long so I assume one of the suns is directly overhead. The weird thing is the shadow of her torso isn't nearly as long. Could be a mistake on the artist's part. Dunno.

I know it would make evasion-less battles difficult, but I can definitly see it fitting nicely into a white deck that needs to stall the opponent early on so it can summon its angels later in the game. Who cares if a creature can still block if your creatures have evasion? Assuming, of course, you're using it to lock down ground-based creatures without reach. Also, its bounce ability can save it from removal and be used to keep triggering "enter the battlefield" abilities on other permenants you control.

- in the right deck, maybe even: 4.5/5
- in general, though: 3.5/5
Posted By: CaptainBlue (1/20/2013 4:40:50 AM)