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If you play this guy in a Quest for Ula's Temple deck the land sacrifice becomes a little less painful: since your win condition is just dumping fatties for free every turn you no longer care about having a massive mana base, just enough to counter any Naturalizes on the Quest.

Still not an amazingly good card, but definitely worth a one-of in a casual Kraken/Leviathan deck just for the sheer ballsyness of it!
Posted By: Sasooli (4/6/2013 6:46:22 AM)
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Way too risky. Play it, opponent follows up with Swords to Plowshares/Terror/Terminate.
Posted By: Technetium (5/2/2013 12:28:47 PM)
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Sundial of the Infinite solves all of your problems (except for untapping it).
Posted By: TPmanW (5/26/2013 4:28:34 PM)
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I kind of want to run this in a Stasis Deck LOl
Posted By: Kadaver666 (10/7/2013 4:37:25 PM)
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Why is this not a Whale?
Posted By: Jdrawer (10/11/2013 9:44:55 PM)
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I want to like it, but one removal spell and your opponent just got 6 for 1. Painful. Should have had shroud. The justification is that this is supposed to be a game ender. It does that, just for the wrong player, more often than not. The only use I could think of for it is a Flayer of the Hatebound graveyard recursion deck, where this is pretty good. Gives Mimeoplasm lots of tokens, too, I guess. Terrible card, but I appreciate a big blue fatty, and the art is neat. 2/5
Posted By: Pongdok (2/11/2014 7:50:00 AM)
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