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Not a bad set of ETB abilities stapled onto a 4/4 Old One. Makes that mana cost more palatable.
Posted By: Trygon_Predator (1/22/2013 5:06:07 PM)


Nice nod to Recoil. I dig the Cthulhu-inspired art too.
Posted By: Towers76 (1/23/2013 9:02:01 AM)


I hate this card. I will always hate this card, forever. At the Sunday Gatecrash prerelease I had a 25-point life lead on my opponent (27 to 2) with five creatures on the board—one of them a 6/6 Rubblehulk—but no cards in my hand. Then my opponent dropped this abomination, bounced the Hulk back to my hand and forced me to discard it immediately. He offed my second-biggest creature with Killing Glare and swung for 4 turn after turn after turn, slowly chiseling away at me with the Extort trigger on his Basilica Screecher. I lost, and one game later I dropped out of the tournament. It ruined everything for me.

I hate this card.

I fu*king HATE this card.
Posted By: TzarChasm (1/29/2013 6:25:22 PM)


I love it when two abilities come together. Should be a fun card in limited.
Posted By: .Blaze. (1/24/2013 1:33:18 AM)


Very useful if your opponent has no cards in his/her hand. Pretty much means destroy target creature in that case.
Posted By: handoflazav_414 (1/24/2013 4:45:13 PM)


This seems like the kind of eldritch abomination that nobody wants to find in their closet.
But if your opponent is already afraid by the fact that the Dimir are keeping this in their basement,
this makes hiding it in a Conjurer's Closet to scare the living crap out of your opponent each turn all the more hilarious!

It seems a bit expensive at first, but Recoil and three more mana for a 4/4 seem fair actually.
And it can even be a gamechanger if your opponent has no cards in hand when this hits the table and you get the opportunity to bounce (and immeditately make him discard) his biggest threat.

And as others have pointed out multiple times already, the art is amazing.
Looking forward to getting this as a wallpaper of the week. I hope we do.
Posted By: Mode (1/29/2013 6:36:58 PM)


Question: If you choose to bounce an opponent's Blind Obedience, Dinrova Horror will still be tapped, right?
Posted By: Curlie-Joe (1/30/2013 10:08:00 AM)


Expensive, but I'll be damned if you don't get what you pay for.
Posted By: DoragonShinzui (1/30/2013 10:00:30 PM)


Splashed {B} in my prerelease pool for this. I didn't get to play it every game, but when it hit, it was quite the finisher. Very nice when your opponent has no cards in hand.
Posted By: ParishInquisitor (1/31/2013 1:14:01 PM)


Nice card. A bit too expensive for constructed. Ok in casual, though I'd have preferred it there costing five mana too. Or have any sort of keyword ability. But I guess that's why it's uncommon and not rare.
Posted By: majinara (2/12/2013 4:34:21 AM)