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This is such an awesome card, its the new looter and it really keeps your opponent guessing as to what cards you have in your hand. The 3 toughness also makes it hard to remove in this set. I want to pair it up with Illusionist's Bracers for maximum card drawing efficiency. That way you are drawing 2, exiling two per turn. Yes you will find your win-condition! The added bonus us paying UB you get to return 2 cards to your hand instead of 1. 4/5 for being such a good card in this set.
Posted By: vantha (2/1/2013 7:10:11 AM)



Sorry to burst your bubble, but this card doesn't work at all with Misthollow Griffin. This card exiles things face down, and Misthollow's ability won't work unless it's face up.

Source: http://community.wizards.com/go/thread/view/75842/29134701/Casting_Face-Down_Misthollow_Griffin_from_Exile?pg=1
Posted By: marmaris74 (1/22/2013 3:42:30 PM)


Anyone else turned on by her really weak and slow but interestingnecropotence reminiscent ability? I'd break her.
Posted By: Dream_Twist (1/22/2013 11:44:40 PM)


Kinda reminds me of Rikku from FF10?
If she dies, are the exiled cards gone forever even if I play another broker?
Posted By: EmptyMirage (1/25/2013 6:20:42 AM)


Why you so happy and nice looking, Dimir agent??
Posted By: Goatllama (1/22/2013 2:38:57 PM)


Don't trust her she's Dimir!

...But she's so pretty...
Posted By: pedrodyl (1/23/2013 11:44:58 AM)


Cheap? Check.
Good Defense? Check.
Card Draw? Check.
Bring back what she Exiles? Check.

What more do you want? Great card.
Posted By: MoxSapphire (2/2/2013 5:04:46 PM)


One of the best card types I see being exiled by her is land. Being able to use her to fetch it back later for UB will help you focus on casting your spells early game and hit your drops late game.
Posted By: lorendorky (1/22/2013 2:39:18 PM)


"No need for an indrik? How about these maps to recently discovered tombs? Or these vials of invisible potion? Very fancy . . ."
Posted By: Ferlord (2/7/2013 8:50:17 PM)


Whenever a permanent refers to itself by name, it means that exact object. Meaning what her text really says is "You may look at cards exiled with this permanent" and "Return a card exiled with this permanent to its owner's hand." Or at least, that's the simplest version of it I could give. So if she dies, all the cards exiled by her are lost, barring something that lets you get them back. No other copy of her* will enable you to get them back. For example, take Putrid Leech. Paying the 2 life doesn't mean EVERY copy of Putrid Leech in play gets +2/+2, because technically says 'this creature gets +2/+2.'

*I feel I should also note that if she is flickered, or bounced, or in any way leaves the table then comes back, the cards are lost. The game only 'remembers' a permanent while it is in play. Even if it's physically the same card, it's a completely different object as far as the game is concerned, so be careful in how you choose to protect her.
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