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Yeah, how come there isn't a leotau subtype?
Posted By: RowanKeltizar (6/9/2010 11:08:51 AM)


I agree, as a cat, and with that flavour text, this should have been a 5/1 or at least a 4/1.
Posted By: Forgeling (8/17/2009 5:38:34 PM)


I prefer Dream Stalker by far.
Posted By: Th3_Dark_On3 (5/1/2009 4:30:38 PM)


I agree, needs to be a 5/1. Although I can see how it may make sense. First off it's {W}{G} (very defensive combo). Second, the flavor could be seen as indicating how tough he is (hence the high toughness).
Posted By: VirtueVsVice (11/8/2009 5:48:26 PM)


just like the wild leotau 1/5 is also kinda strange for a leotau. Unless its just REAL tuff. The knights riding leatau are usually only 2/2 or 3/3. Wished they had made these guys like multi-colored kird apes or Savannah lions.
Posted By: OutlawD1 (9/2/2009 11:07:18 AM)


yeah that cat will snap you and everyone you love over its knees
Posted By: spurmwalefury (2/17/2010 5:33:07 AM)


Underrated. One of the most powerful creatures you can get for two, leaving out abilities.
Posted By: Lunarblade (5/7/2010 7:49:21 PM)


Should be an other Creature-Subtype, really. Besides that it is pretty nice for defensive Decks.
Posted By: Aun (5/8/2010 5:49:40 PM)


Could work neatly in a tri-color, WhiteGreenBlue deck, by using Twisted Image and/or Inside Out to switch the power and toughness. With a drawn card as an extra bonus, this could be a clutch play with something like Double Cleave. If Grizzled Leotau is given protection, first strike, or double strike - throw in the switch, and this makes a cheap offensive play.

Grizzled Leotau can be a double-edged sword so to speak. I like the flavor text and the art too.
Posted By: jilting_joker (11/15/2011 3:06:46 AM)


'Toughness creep? Moi?'
Posted By: Vishlord (1/23/2012 8:12:42 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!