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A good red beater. Double strike and undying can add up, although a 3/2 would have been even scarier - toughness seems to be a non-issue here.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (4/26/2012 8:10:40 PM)


Essentially a 4/4 on turn 4 that can come back from removal stronger than before.

Undying is a really cool mechanic. Adding double strike in makes it that much more fun.

Wolfir Silverheart and this guy hang are best friends and he really loves Kessig Wolf Run.
Posted By: WWoody (4/27/2012 10:18:18 AM)


This has a certain appeal to me, yet I also dislike it in its own way. It's awesome and appealing. Pretty simple, looks, and probably is, pretty damn powerful. Kind of like this set's Phyrexian Obliterator. No, really. Think about it.

Both of them cost 4, have a heavy colour requirement (Although Phyrexian Obliterator's is double the colour requirement of this one, which makes sense, considering his raw stats and Maro saying on his Tumblr somewhere that it's part of Black's colour pie as the selfish colour to have often heavier colour requirements; "Black begets more black.".) are pretty damn powerful, were printed in the third set of a block, and....

Both of them have something that hoses them, printed right in the same set as them that will probably make the meta much less willing to play them. In their own colour, no less!

In Phyrexian Obliterator's case, it was Dismember, (And partially his somewhat absurd colo... (see all)
Posted By: Pseudolias (5/3/2012 6:56:31 AM)


It was going to have 3 heads in Design, but Development said that would be way OP because then they'd have to give it Persist.
Posted By: DarthParallax (4/29/2012 8:02:35 PM)


This pup is downright scary!
Posted By: Paleopaladin (4/26/2012 10:51:47 PM)


hmm, I saw it flavourfully as two heads, and when it first dies, it constitutes the death of one of its heads leaving the surviving head to go on a vengeful rampage.
Posted By: HuntedWumpusMustDie (5/2/2012 5:42:37 PM)


Amazing with Stonewright. 4/5.

Also, @Pseudolias: TL;DR: I have way too much time on my hands and write diatribes on rather insignificant cards.
Posted By: Zhilyekal (5/30/2012 11:45:08 AM)


Managed to beat an opponent when I was behind with this card in a draft. He'd swung with everything he had when I only had the Hound out. I blocked one creature and he took me down to 5 life (and the Hound died, then returned). I then drew Wild Defiance, played it. Then played the Rush of Blood that was in my hand on him, making this guy 12/6. My opponent was at 22 life, I swung for 24.

Awesome card in limited, a shame it's not worth more.
Posted By: lukemol (6/12/2012 1:58:13 AM)


Oh, Ashmouth Hound. First you were an awesome two-drop. Then you were Hellrider's mount. And now you have two heads. Please stop changing!
Posted By: Dragonmaster3.0 (6/13/2012 4:54:36 AM)


Double strike is often underestimated because creatures look small, a 2/2 for 4 mana, meh. But he's double strike so can deal up to 4 damage. It's hideous. His low toughness isn't such a problem because of the double strike, he can see off most smaller things and you're only rewarded for his death by getting him back even bigger because of the undying. And a 3/3 double strike isn't to be sniffed at.
Posted By: HowardTreesong (8/2/2012 4:45:26 AM)