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Poor editors.
Posted By: Treima (5/16/2010 5:30:46 PM)


"A 2/2 for 1R with no drawbacks is considered overpowered for Red." What?! In what modern format, or even in the time of unhinged? Maybe back in the days of the original Sligh deck...
That said, with protection from so much, this is powerful.
Posted By: Astronautic_Bullfrog (11/5/2010 2:16:00 AM)


Proof that Wizards is just as frustrated with the censors as we are.


Okay, maybe not.
Posted By: GracefulInferno (1/10/2011 7:02:00 PM)


You guys are all missing the crazy part of this card - It's a 2/2 for {1}{R} with an upside! That actually doesn't happen :o
Posted By: CogMonocle (6/20/2013 7:14:30 AM)


This card is kind of a game breaker in Unhinged Limited. I think there are only 3 cards it doesn't have protection from in the entire set. They should have put a note on it to not count flavor text or reminder text, since that would make it a little bit less ridiculous.
Posted By: teddust4 (6/1/2010 9:10:16 AM)


I made that mistake on my paper before...
Posted By: spectermonger (6/2/2010 2:23:20 PM)


OMG red Grizzly Bears and it has an ability!?
Posted By: Ideatog (10/18/2011 12:56:15 AM)


Its like a half-arsed mini progenitus, if you think about it...
Posted By: Kryptnyt (3/10/2010 7:57:36 PM)


does this card have protection from itself?
Posted By: Uhhsam (4/24/2010 11:15:08 AM)


Has anyone else noticed that this card is, in addition to being silly, quite powerful, especially in red? A 2/2 for 1R with no drawbacks is considered overpowered in red, but adding a relevant protection makes this card rather overpowered. Admittedly, it dies to most removal spells, but it is still useful.
Posted By: DeviousPie (2/24/2010 12:35:34 PM)


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