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Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you?

Seriously, this is Dark Ascension. Where are the gang when you need them? I bet Diregraf Captain is just Snapcaster Mage in a zombie suit running from the people he's facerolled...
Posted By: zzxyyzx (12/10/2012 2:11:51 AM)


Card is awesome. Played in my deck at the games day. One game I opened 3, before long I had 3 5/5's that made 3 5/5's every turn. Pretty damn crazy XD
Posted By: Raszero (2/23/2013 10:25:32 AM)


For fun in Cube or casual:

T1: Land, Mox, Mayor, go.
Posted By: RedAtrocitus (2/25/2013 4:42:59 PM)


Ran four of these in a r/g werewolf deck. It was very fast, usually getting at least a few creatures out by turn 3. At a standard tournament, I won the first three rounds quite easily, and then was promptly beaten by a boros all-commons-and-uncommons deck. Then i was ashamed of myself.
Posted By: SirLibraryEater (3/1/2013 7:01:27 PM)


This guy is FANTASTIC in my Naya Humans. He plays very well with Champion of the Parish, letting me swing with a 3/3 on turn 2, and he plays just as well with Huntmaster of the Fells, putting him out of Pillar of Flame range and pumping him AND his wolf if they both flip.

Not to mention this puts pressure on your opponent to play a spell every turn, or allow me to get a 3/3 beater who gives me free 3/3 wolves every turn. Just last night at FNM I made two different decks play a Snapcaster Mage during main phase, just to stop me from getting in insurmountable early lead.

Absolutely brutal, this guy is one of the strongest two drops I could have designed for my standard deck. I'm going to be sad when he rotates out. :(
Posted By: Kuroth (3/23/2013 11:26:38 AM)


One of the few werewolves who is still decently worth his price even if he never transforms (as long as you have lots of other humans in your deck, of course, but that's not hard, even if you're not using a werewolf deck.)
Posted By: Aquillion (5/27/2013 8:50:59 PM)


Hang on guys there is something wrong with this art. The card shows he has a hound as a pet instead of an Immerwolf.
Posted By: RamenAwesome (9/2/2013 10:45:02 PM)


I honestly think this guy is the Green power-2-drop and not Goyf.

Every other "Power" 2-drop is due to card advantage and the ability to take the game away with them because of it; and this guy fits that. If he's left alone and transforms he starts producing 3/3s (remember that he buffs them!) and not only that; but he's a 3/3 himself.

This guy has been successfully used in vintage due to his human-pumping and his pressure. Put him out under a Root Maze or Winter Orb and you can shut down games pretty hard as he's nigh-guaranteed to transform and get a good 9+ damage in.

He's ridiculous. Also, he chumps for days.
Posted By: blurrymadness (11/8/2013 11:59:34 AM)


@go: Yes, thank you for that.
Posted By: JimmyNoobPlayer (2/25/2014 5:07:12 PM)