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I'm just envisioning him getting killed after a few counters pile up, then a few cards drop on him in the graveyard. Random passer by - "What's that pile of counters halfway down your graveyard?"
Posted By: Atali (6/18/2011 10:44:38 PM)
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A wonderful Goodstuff or Voltron general. Just watch out for black sun's zenith D:
Posted By: metalevolence (6/16/2011 4:54:42 PM)
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It only keeps the counters in the graveyard or battlefield. That being said it works quite well with existing Golgari cards.

Especially Vigor Mortis. Not only is this effecient, but it's also flavorful.
Posted By: A0602 (7/9/2011 8:34:19 PM)
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Character Bio:
The undead monstrosity known as Skullbriar was formed when a necromancer and an elementalist entered into a grim pact. The mages wove their magics together in an overgrown cemetery, thinking it would bring them eternal life. Instead it fused them together into Skullbriar, the relentless, restless elemental of death.
Posted By: Feralsymphony (7/7/2011 11:36:15 AM)
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Opponent, Turn 1: Play any blocker
You, Turn 2: Skullbriar, the Walking Grave
Opponent, Turn 2: Contagion Clasp, -1/-1 counter to Skullbriar.
You: :'-(
Posted By: C5r1a5z0y (6/21/2011 10:39:52 PM)
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If only every card they printed were as unique and flavorful as this. Not that i think this card will ever stick around long enough to deal alot of damage to an opponnent before they have a way to deal with it and the fact still remains that you need a way to consistantly revive it, but still, such a unique concept makes this card worth using.
Posted By: AnTzero (6/16/2011 2:42:24 PM)
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@infernox10

I think the reasoning why is because, even if you kill it, if it comes back, it's just as strong. Kind of like an actual zombie (as far as 'actual' can go), in that even if you chop off an arm, it's not going to slow down. Or something along those lines.
Posted By: Zielheim (12/2/2011 3:29:57 AM)
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If he was in white black color, debtors' knell would make it impossible to get rid of. It would be like oh you killed him, ok i recast him for free kkthx
Posted By: nope.avi (12/15/2011 8:48:28 PM)
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Infect and -1/-1 counters still won't kill him for good, just return him to your hand or library, cast him again, and get back into the game :D
Posted By: Luke_BPC (1/10/2012 6:24:26 PM)
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Would be pretty awesome with Havengul Lich
Posted By: steinburger1109 (11/10/2012 11:45:11 AM)
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