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Someone played Mycosynth Lattice in a multiplayer game. I played this on the next turn. Nobody had a couterspell and everyone quit.
Posted By: Eved (2/24/2011 7:05:38 AM)


I actually like the use of affinity on this card--affinity was a powerful mechanic, perhaps too powerful. This card uses it interestingly---if you have a lot of artifacts out, you can potentially get a 5/5 flying artifact destroying dragon out for 3CMC. However, you will be losing 6 artifacts in the process. The drawback almost makes the affinity like a sacrifice ability, and seems to balance out the card quite nicely. In addition, this is a very funny flavorful use of that keyword--the dragon is more willing to come out with more artifacts in play, and thus easier to summon...but only because he wants to eat them. Omnomnom indeed.
Posted By: RuthieA (9/15/2010 8:17:30 AM)


this was supposed to keep Arcbound Ravager in check. You know, with slightly better development tweaks, I think it almost could.
Posted By: DarthParallax (9/15/2011 10:19:30 PM)


Ava_Adore, that wouldn't work because Second Sunrise returns cards that are in the grave. This exiles all of them.

Regardless, I suggest shenaniganing it in. Bladewing Risen would probably be better, since you don't need to lose everything you've built up to.
Posted By: Ferlord (1/11/2013 5:05:39 AM)


Funny that this guy seems so deliciously good (a dragon for my affinity deck!? Sign me the *** up!), until you get to his CIP ability. Seriously, reading that is a punch to the gut. It is a badass dragon that synergies with your affinity strategy... only to wreck it when it hits the field.

I am disappoint.
Posted By: Azazyel (6/16/2010 9:44:45 PM)


So i was playing with my buddy and he played this card and hes one of those players who goes by the literal text on the card. He said "well since it says remove all artifacts from the game, you have to remove all the artifacts in your hand, deck, and graveyard from the game too. Since it doesn't specifically state artifacts in play, say good bye to all your artifacts." Is he right or is the card just poorly texted for game play. If this is truely how the card is to be play then, this card is a little too powerful, but a good way to get rid of Dark Steel Colossus.
Posted By: MagicMarker (6/29/2009 10:44:43 PM)


In its belly. It eats all the artifacts!
Posted By: r-e-meatyard (6/2/2009 11:26:54 AM)


This card is pretty lame. Why would I play it an artifact-heavy deck if it just destroys all my artifacts?
Posted By: luca_barelli (7/18/2011 5:10:23 PM)


a good card when used right liquimetal coating
Posted By: penguinmage25 (11/9/2011 6:06:16 PM)


This card is not powerful.
Posted By: KrosanGardener (8/5/2009 10:57:14 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!