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Hey there Little Red Riding Hood
You sure are lookin' good
You're everything that a big bad wolf could want.
Posted By: MyrBattlecube (2/28/2012 12:38:07 PM)


I love the artwork and flavor of this card. The dominant wild green, the shaded, off centered civilization in the corner, a distant past, contrasted by the dull sun that must now set; the moonlight rises, brighter than the sun, now pouring down on the last remnants of a civilized being, the hood, now on the ground. And now the beauty is the beast, in exile, staring ambiguously off the card, perhaps back to an existence she once knew. Perfect that she wasn't specifically named on either side; this was perhaps an all too common occurrence at the time of the Dark Ascension. I don't think the flavor text is even needed, the card name and artwork do a great enough job depicting the scene.
Posted By: TastetheJace (10/27/2012 3:05:33 PM)


A really good card especially if you can get her to transform early, I've won numerous games by dropping her turn two and having her transform at the start of turn 3 after an opponent passes. After dropping a land, you suddenly have access to a whopping {5} mana, on turn 3, not to mention if they don't have any blockers she can still get in for two damage a turn...and still tap for {G}{G} afterwards! Not game-breaking by any stretch of the imagination but a balanced card that exhibits the mechanic of the block (in this case, the transform mechanic)
Posted By: tcollins (5/23/2012 11:48:14 PM)


My pauper standard werewolf deck just got way better. =D
Posted By: Zetan (1/29/2012 8:42:19 AM)


So does that mean Little Red Riding Hood tried to eat...herself?....and then got killed by the woodcutter?
Posted By: Splizer (1/29/2012 6:40:52 PM)


This lady may never see constructed play. But she definitely pulls her weight in limited. I played two of her in a blue green stompy deck in the draft we had after the pre release. Worked wonders with Nephalia seakite.
Posted By: linkfiend (1/31/2012 6:47:35 AM)


I don't know why she's not rated higher.
I think of her as a Llanowar Elves for werewolves with a built in bigger body for late and middle game for the cost of one.
The flavor is a bit... muddled.
You have the Red Riding hood thing going on in the art alone. The narrative is about a girl who was thrown out of her village and is planning revenge. And the mechanic is generating mana... And then there's that big green scar on the wolf which might has some unspecified connecting with the mana generation...

All of these things are cool, mind you, but have absolutely nothing to do with each-other.

The revenge flavor would have a big toothy werewolf with some nasty attack ability... But this is tied for the smallest werewolf to date and her ability, mana generation, usually indicates a nature helper or something creative, not a vengeance crazed werewolf.
The art is cool and mysterious; Clearly She's gearing up for a change (she's not wearing much under that hood). ... (see all)
Posted By: Zoah (1/31/2012 1:50:04 PM)


I really like it; she's one of the decent wolves that has an ability before it flips. Kinda wonder why she's not a Shaman, or at least a Druid though.
Posted By: Dr.Pingas (2/5/2012 1:42:36 PM)


@Zoah The flavor is there. She's getting revenge by BRINGING the PACK to the village. Not just herself. The mana generation allows for bigger wolves to be played faster, thus bringing the pack as if guiding them.
Posted By: PhoenixZephyrus (3/3/2012 11:24:33 PM)


You know what they say about a woman scorned... ;-)
Posted By: Spectre501st (7/30/2012 3:48:39 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!