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this will be a ramp deck staple soon enough.

turn 1: forest - birds of paradise
turn 2: forest - somberwald sage
turn 3: forest - primeval titan - fetch Kessig Wolf Run/mountain
turn 4: forest - swing for 12 with titan and ask if they are done getting crushed lol.

of course that a perfect draw type play, but its possible AND standard legal. the possibilities of some of the cards in this set have my deck building juices flowing.
Posted By: RJStCroix (4/27/2012 9:11:13 PM)
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Green is going to be ramping like there's no tomorrow.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (4/26/2012 8:39:47 PM)
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Green goth chick with an owl.
Posted By: lorendorky (4/26/2012 9:12:32 PM)
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Back in the old days of Magic, when creatures sucked and spells reigned supreme, I can imagine this being a 50-cent rare.

Now, thanks to the absolutely insane creatures that are made today, it is priced at... $2.

Huh. I doubt it will stay that low. Creatures will keep getting better, and Somberwald Sage's value will only scale up with each set.
Posted By: RJDroid (4/28/2012 11:14:48 PM)
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This was amazing at the prerelease.

Turn 1&2: Land
Turn 3: Land, this.
Turn 4: Land, Vorstclaw
Turn 5: Land, Vorstclaw
He bounces one, and kills this.
Turn 6: Land, hardcast Vorstclaw.
Posted By: dingdongkid (4/28/2012 10:57:55 PM)
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Today, April 30th, this card is worth.... 2 dollars. Im gonna come back to this card about 2-3 months from now and see where this has progressed. IMO this may be in the same league as Snapcaster Mage.
Posted By: Mirran_Savior (4/30/2012 8:57:48 PM)
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I think it's possible that this card is the second-most essential card for a Krond, the Dawn-Clad EDH or other format of any kind deck, right behind Krond himself.

This is a Green card that can tap for 3 white mana at once. That suddenly makes Krond look castable.

The most color-dense creature in the entire game. I'm not sure if Krond or Progenitus is *absolutely* harder to hard cast, but I think in 3-or more colored decks, it's probably Krond. In 4 or 5 color decks, it's DEFINITELY Krond.

Go ahead and toss Phyrexian Obliterator, and Krond, the Dawn-Clad into your Progenitus decks. You probably will cast Obliterator more often than Krond.


Although this card is very limited in its use, *what* it does, it's GOOOOD at doing. Coupled with any other Green producer of NON-Green mana (sorry Elves, you're not part of this), and it comes very close to being as usable as a Chromatic Lantern.

Every #/G/xx creature is better ... (see all)
Posted By: DarthParallax (7/16/2013 7:19:29 PM)
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Turn 1 Birds of Paradise
Turn 2 THIS
Turn 3 Phage the Untouchable.
Posted By: TheWrathofShane (8/11/2012 8:40:12 PM)
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I just LOVE the tool 0/1s.

While I don't like the obscene power-level of this one, I love this card and her cousin Blood Artist.
Posted By: Frostraven (5/23/2012 4:31:24 AM)
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With that ability its almost like this card isn't even green. It's every color!
Posted By: Dream_Twist (6/16/2012 8:29:22 PM)
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