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@atemu1234 You go ahead and keep saying that, but Koth has won each and every match my friend and I played between the decks. Just saying.
Posted By: GrandAdmiralThrawn89 (5/6/2012 1:50:50 PM)


If the only permanents on the battlefield are yours, you have to exile one of your own permanents. So be careful.
Posted By: azure_drake222222 (2/3/2013 3:08:58 PM)


Myr Battlesphere. Can't wait!
Posted By: Admiral_Ferret (4/23/2012 10:56:17 AM)


One of the few Planeswalkers I can see myself running!

>.> I could always use Multiple accounts of Evoke in my deck...
Combine with Reveillark, heck, ANY evoke card....
and you got profit.
Posted By: AlphaWolfs (4/24/2012 3:24:41 AM)


I'm so glad you have to wait till EOT to get your permanent back or his +1 ability or it would be total shennanigans the way people would abuse it with other planeswalkers (Imagine playing a PW power TWICE in a turn--or playing a minus ability, bounce, then a plus ability).

Even as it is, there may be a competitive superfriends build out there waiting for him since, at the very least, his +1 saves his "wingman" planewalker from getting too beaten up by a minus ability. Imagine dropping Karn Liberated, immediately making a dent in your opponent's board with karn's -3, then having him back up to his 6 loyalty counters before your opponent gets to his or her turn! Even if Karn doesn't survive for you to pull off his -3 your next turn, you made them sink more cards/attacks into killing him than they would've otherwise! Also, they would have to be certain to really kill him and not just chip away at loyalty or Venser could easily get him back to his initial 6 lo... (see all)
Posted By: Paleopaladin (5/2/2012 10:04:51 PM)


Koth is just as good as this guy, arguably better. Personally, I like Venser. But that's only because I play White splashed blue. I've found Koth is easier to get to go off than Venser. And depending on where you and your opp are in the game when they go off plays a huge part as well.. It's so tough to say X-Planeswalker is better than Y-Planeswalker because last time I checked there was only 1 PW so far that could go into any deck.. Vensers better you say? Great! Give me a playset to put in my Red burn deck! lol I'll splash white and blue and figure something out..
Posted By: Mike-C (5/13/2012 6:11:15 AM)


Koth is no were near as good as this guy. Like having Jace vs. Chandra. Ridiculous. His ability can even remove Koth. About as balanced as a brick to a feather.
@GrandAdmiralThrawn89 Then you weren't playing correctly. I did my own experiments, with the reverse results. Also, I used his ultimate to exile his Koth, his mountains, and his creatures.
Posted By: atemu1234 (6/2/2012 5:53:06 PM)


Lots of peoples are not reading the first ability. It has to be a card that you own.
Still awesome though. If you hit your Flickerwisp or your Glimmerpoint Stag with it, your creature comes back at the end of your turn, and the permanent you exile doesn't come back until the end of the next turn. You can deprive your opponent of all sort of stuff like enchantments, lands, planeswalkers...

Posted By: kiseki (6/13/2012 1:45:57 PM)


Have Venser bounce your Near-Death Experience then cast the newly spoiled Worldfire. Win.
Posted By: MindAblaze (6/23/2012 6:20:47 PM)


Venser + Reality Acid is my favourite
Posted By: Redmag3 (7/7/2012 6:44:29 PM)