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I have a question. If a creature is on the battlefield that has an 'If something enters the battlefield with X power or greater then something happens (Garruk's Packleader could be a potential example), would the buff from this cause a potentially weaker creature to trigger that ability when it enters the battlefield?
Posted By: endgame13 (10/6/2012 8:10:40 PM)


I think big enchantments like this are too hit or miss to see play in Constructed, unfortunately. I'm sure this thing romps in limited with the right deck though
Posted By: pedrodyl (10/7/2012 5:25:29 PM)


This card snaps stale mates in two, all the while giving you the bigger end of the winning stick. 4/5
Posted By: Boakes2047 (10/11/2012 12:16:49 AM)


Quite a bomb, yes, it stays on the table permanently but all the games I've played this ended the game that turn much like Overrun. Hideous with token decks as the smallest bird becomes huge.
Posted By: HowardTreesong (10/14/2012 2:52:21 PM)


Won me some games in the prerelease. Once your keyrunes and stuff suddenly become 5/5 beaters, there is little that can stop you.
Posted By: majinara (10/15/2012 4:58:08 AM)


What happens if you play more than one of these at the same time?
Posted By: BlueFelt (10/15/2012 9:55:53 PM)


Basically, if you resolve Collective Blessing with a decent board position and a contingency against mass-removal, you win. Assuming your opponent doesn't blow it up first. As has been mentioned by others, you should probably use it as you would an Overrun. Otherwise you'll have to deal with Detention Spheres and Oblivion Rings flying all over the place.

The former's presence in standard makes token decks especially tough to build. It's hard enough with the possibility of getting Bonfired, Mizzium Mortared, Terminused, and/or Supreme Verdicted; we did NOT need the Oblivion Rings in White or Blue decks to suddenly start moonlighting as mass-token-removal.


Simplest ideal progression is probably
T1: Forest, any mana dork (e.g. Avacyn's Pilgrim)
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Posted By: Ragamander (11/6/2012 8:17:23 AM)


Its a nice effect, and it could win some casual and limited games, but when it comes to constructed we all know that the 6 mana slot is typically for devastating wincons like titans and Consecrated Sphinxes and all those awesome beasties, and at 6 mana this card just doesn't do enough. For any deck that has enough creatures that this would be worthwhile, at 5 mana they could use Eldrazi Monument and lose 2 power per creature, but gain the much more useful indestructibility and flying.
Posted By: JaxsonBateman (12/1/2012 10:31:58 PM)



all your creatures get +3+3 for each one you have.
Posted By: spartan7023 (2/2/2013 8:08:29 PM)


A great finisher for my Selesnya token deck.
"Hey, you know those 27 1/1 Myr tokens i have?
"Now they're 4/4. Swing for 108."
Posted By: SirLibraryEater (3/20/2013 2:48:11 PM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!