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Good miracle cost to hard cast cost ratio. If the timing is right then the miracle will do wonders. If not, you've got some insurance in a few turns.
Posted By: TastetheJace (6/17/2012 11:48:55 PM)


Cyclonic Rift!
Posted By: talcumpowder0046 (9/28/2012 5:36:15 AM)


Devastation Tide while you have out a Reliquary Tower. Sorry about that folks.
Posted By: wholelottalove (10/2/2012 6:52:18 AM)


look guys, this card is okay. it is not terrible. it certainly works well with most control decks. then again, it isn't great because it is a SORCERY instead of an INSTANT. i don't know about you guys, but when i play any type of control, having a lot of instants is key. why not use other bounce cards like echoing truth or cyclonic rift? without this cards miracle cost, it would be super lame. just keep that in mind.
Posted By: saucyninja007 (11/20/2012 12:40:09 PM)


Not the best, but if you're up against a deck where the player can put a ton of permanents out rapidly, this can be useful - unless they have unlimited hand size, a ton of the stuff put back in their hand gets sent into the graveyard Tormod's Crypt the graveyard for lols *trolface*

Heheh, and if an article on examiner.com is correct, and the fact that it doesn't specifically target means you can return non-land permanents with shroud and hexproof, that'd make it great against pesky eldrazi decks.
Posted By: Travelsonic (11/23/2012 2:26:32 PM)


Awesome card. A blue version of the "wrath effect". The miracle mechanic with it is amazing and makes it superior to other board wipes. It would likely be the end of your turn after hard-casting it for 5 mana, giving your opponent the initiative for placing the first card after clearing the board. Since the miracle cost is cheap you can clear the board for 2, then likely have the option to cast something else right after mid to late in the game giving you the initiative.

Since its mono blue it'll be even easier to cast it for its miracle cost and using it when you need it, with cards like mystical tutor and personal tutor.
Posted By: Zoroaster85 (2/9/2013 10:30:20 PM)


Lol @ mindecho

8 months later, and ive never seen tide played in a league game once. Hardly tier 1. AVR tier 1 cards are only Bonfire, Cavern, Resto & Entreat. Sigarda, Silverblade, Wolfir & Tamiyo on good days.

Although, personally, ive won more games with a lone revenge of the hunted than i have with almost any standard combo.

Another four months have gone by, and now the realization of what a bomb this is in modern is sinking in. Hint: see serum visions and halimar depths
Posted By: patronofthesound (5/21/2013 9:21:50 AM)


A force made of divine will, you say?

Kinda like a pure force of will, you mean?

It's too bad the effects don't have any relation.
Posted By: Renasce (6/27/2013 7:36:44 AM)


Although I personally prefer Cyclonic Rift because it doesn't hit yourself, this a really powerful card which can destroy your opponents tempo, and being able to cast it for two is always a nice treat.

Posted By: Tamerlein (7/18/2013 6:28:39 PM)


Ya know... methinks that a card this powerful should cost more than 2 mana. But that's just me.
Posted By: DrJack (9/11/2013 1:08:17 PM)


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