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Habreno you are correct, that totally works.
Posted By: DragonsRCool (10/23/2013 10:35:32 PM)


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Posted By: somegeek (11/14/2013 10:46:08 AM)


Hammer brother, did you read "activate this ability only any time you could cast a sorcery."?
Posted By: orzhov20 (11/21/2013 7:19:01 PM)


Repeatable sorcery speed reanimation with Conjurer's Closet. You even get haste!
Posted By: sky_fire (1/12/2014 1:31:51 PM)


Rescue from the underworld does work with this.

From the rulings: "if the sacrificed creature is put into another public zone instead of the graveyard, perhaps because it’s your commander or because of another replacement effect, it will return to the battlefield from the zone it went to."
Posted By: jonrds (1/13/2014 12:03:55 AM)


I just came back from the Born Of The God, playing the Destined to Thrive box and playing Jund.
Am I supposed to get to 75 life in Limited? No?
Anyways, works great with tribute.
Posted By: MasterOfParadox (2/2/2014 6:27:05 PM)


This whip is underrated at 3.5. It brings great survivability and repeatable unearth to reanimator / gy decks in one affordable package.

Nothing like bringing in a lifelinking ashen rider for 4!
Posted By: CaptElephant (2/23/2014 7:05:48 AM)


Super fun in EDH.

Last week I whipped an 86/86 lord of extinction into play thanks to mesmeric orb. 86/86 lifelink haste? yes please :)

Posted By: CptStormCrow (2/25/2014 4:25:55 PM)


Has anyone noticed how effective this would be in a Rakdos deck? I have not yet had the chance to play it in such a context, but it looked too good in theory for me to resist putting it in my Rakdos deck. It helps to mitigate the tendency of Rakdos to hurt itself (or to allow the oppponent to attack uncontested due to creatures with unleash being unable to block) because Rakdos's creatures gain lifelink. Whip of Erebos's static effect also assists the creatures brought back by its activated ability. The activated ability gets even more efficient when a creature with unleash returns from the graveyard; creatures brought back don't get the opportunity to block since they get exiled at the end of the turn, so unleashing them has no drawback, and that increased power from unleashing them further fuels their lifelinked attack. I'd say I should wait to see how Whip of Erebos works in practice to know for certain that it belongs in my Rakdos deck, but until then, I am very happy to have it.

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Posted By: Stig1t2Me (2/28/2014 10:25:40 PM)


A card responsible for the continuation of reanimator, which sees itself in continual top-8ing decks, and grants an extremely useful limited ability outside of constructed has a 3.4/5.

Posted By: PopcornBunni (3/2/2014 3:02:25 AM)