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Posted By: XTwistedsoulX (10/24/2011 9:36:13 AM)


There are a million and one cards that are better than poor Jade Leech. D:
Posted By: Stefyn (6/13/2009 9:33:28 PM)


The best of the Leech cycle... which is like saying it's the least smelly piece of poop.

But yeah, this wasn't HORRID back in the day, but then again, it wasn't particularly good, either. Nowadays, there is so much that outclasses it, it's not even funny.
Posted By: Lord_Ascapelion (1/11/2013 5:59:04 PM)


The only Invasion leech I would consider playing, as it's actually decent for its CMC, and green's the best color for dealing with this sort of drawback.

I mean, I still likely wouldn't, but I would consider it.
Posted By: aboblyndsae (2/21/2013 7:34:55 AM)


I don't know. Much worse than emperor crocodile? Both are pretty crappy. This guy can at least always be played, while the crocodile is sometimes completly useless.

From all the leeches of this cycle, I think this one is still the most playable. In a green + something aggro deck, it can deliver some serious beating, once the smaller creatures have been played. And you can still use your lightning bolts or black removal or blue bounce to get rid of stuff the other player has.

Not a great card, but better than the other invasion leeches.
Posted By: majinara (3/22/2013 6:05:13 AM)


This saw competitive play back in the day. It's not good now, but it's deserving of at least a 2/5 for its former glory.
Posted By: Continue (12/15/2013 9:09:40 AM)