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Only comparable card that even came close to this was the Vampiric Tutor, which oddly enough is more expensive.
Posted By: FragNutMK1 (3/22/2010 4:27:13 AM)


Posted By: Guest2146443305 (6/26/2009 10:13:04 PM)


This is an old card before they understood how much this effect should cost. Its clearly overpowered today, so ill give it a .5/5

Posted By: TheWrathofShane (12/7/2012 12:56:34 PM)


One of these in mint condition is on sale on eBay for $3,600. Jesus.
Posted By: kor6sic6 (10/22/2011 11:04:02 AM)


I think he meant Vampiric Tutor
Posted By: Fallout90 (6/10/2012 2:06:23 AM)


@ Request
Yeah, no idea what happened there. Either way this card is ridiculous, and any time I hear arguments break out over power creep this card gets cited as evidence that it isn't as bad as they say.
Posted By: SocialExperiment (6/30/2012 12:18:13 AM)


This card is amazing. It's whatever you need it to be, and it's cheap. Quintessential black, and the benchmark for all tutors.
Posted By: Reversed (8/15/2012 9:23:43 PM)


Love Demonic Tutor! Stacks up to ( and surpasses most) ANY modern card.
Posted By: niallcmurray86 (1/5/2013 3:19:24 PM)


One can argue that this is not very in flavor for black. Why? Drawing it inspires hope and rejoicing!
Posted By: Ibn_Shisha (6/11/2013 7:43:33 AM)


Its effect doesn't fall behind the power 9 in a Vintage Dark Ritual deck. The Demonic Tutor --> Yawgmoth's Will --> Demonic Tutor --> Tendrils of Agony combo has been winning Vintage tournaments for years. Actually, I would argue that in many, perhaps most Vintage decks, Demonic Tutor is a staple no less worthy than the power 9 simply due to the sheer number of 1-ofs these days.
Posted By: DeaTh-ShiNoBi (7/19/2013 12:05:37 AM)