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No, because you have to pay {1} for every target beyond the first. Casting it for {r} would work on one illusion, but not all of them. You'd have to effectively pay {r} for each target.
The logic of "even 0 damage is enough to destroy them" still stands though, which is why it's hilarious playing Bonfire of the Damned for {r}{r} (or even {r} if you miracle it out) and watching the boardwipe.
Posted By: Ginto (7/27/2013 1:31:28 PM)


While Bonfire is lots of fun, an X=0 Bonfire won't trigger Illusions' sacrifice because it targets only a player, not the creatures themselves.
Posted By: z06kicks (8/12/2013 8:42:54 PM)


I feel like the wording is really quite strange. Sure, it's clear enough, but I second guessed myself on the meaning a couple times. Basically "so the damage is fixed at x and you pay 1 per target? Oh wait, no because it says evenly. Oh but then why..." And so forth. Probably just my subconscious wishing it was more powerful than it actually is. That being said, good mass removal esp. against weenie decks and a good game ender in all other situations.
Posted By: Drewskithelegend (9/6/2013 8:45:30 PM)


Posted By: talcumpowder0046 (1/22/2014 7:12:15 PM)


Turn 1: Black Lotus, Channel, Fireball
Ben Stark and Luis Scott-Vargas show up and win the game for you.
Posted By: SirLibraryEater (2/19/2014 4:39:12 PM)


Great design for a card and always happy to see it reprinted.
Posted By: Kura-san (3/23/2014 4:26:46 AM)