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You'd think something like this would be a Legendary permanent.
Posted By: Lateralis0ne (4/16/2010 8:10:16 AM)


This is bad. Flexible, but bad. The benefit of making tokens in a color you're not playing is not great enough to make up for the fact that it costs 6 mana for a 1/1 creature and 3 mana for each one after that. Plus you can only make one a turn anyway.
Posted By: SleetFox (9/1/2010 5:02:22 PM)


fabulius trbiute to Fallen Empires. 5/5 only for the flavor
Posted By: bagilis (9/11/2010 1:28:16 PM)


It is a bit expensive, but these little goblin tokens might come in handy.
Posted By: Luke_BPC (10/22/2010 9:19:29 PM)


I think what people underestimate here is this was a good workaround for the "protection from x color" problem with monocolored decks.
Posted By: agentvirgo (4/15/2012 9:42:01 PM)


@Lavrant Because Old Fogey has protection from homarids. They wanted this card to be that much better
Posted By: danyo622 (7/4/2012 7:43:37 AM)


This is the only card with a period in the name, not counting Un-cards.
Posted By: azure_drake222222 (2/5/2013 8:22:42 AM)


I suppose you could have this in your deck with Executioner's Hood, and start creating tokens of whatever color your opponent is NOT using. Or perhaps Hideous Visage, if you are running black.

"Would be pretty amusing with Mind Extraction."

Again, because you have flexibility in color, you can abuse your opponent by choosing a color that works best against your opponent's deck.

Just hope they aren't running artifacts (if you are using the intimidate scheme), Painter's Servant, or artifact destroy.
Posted By: TopRomen (7/21/2013 10:25:59 AM)


I think the italicized name is pretty nifty.
Posted By: Totema (2/10/2014 10:06:39 PM)


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