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One reason why I think I like DoD over CoA is the fact that the counters stick around even if the creature that put the counter there dies/exiled/etc. While with CoA, with each creature of that type going away, the bonus gets weaker and weaker. I do also like the fact that you can choose what type gets the effect.
Posted By: Silverwerret (5/10/2012 1:13:19 AM)
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Its decent in commander format as you can name a type that your General is, and then eventualy come in for a big ammount of General damage if you play other creatures of the same type. Plus your own general being cast pumps it up as well.
Posted By: Rancid_Raptor (8/6/2012 10:26:02 PM)
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Wildcard23, of course you can use saproling as the creature type. And then as soon as you find cards that actually cast as saproling cards, you are all set. (Hint: there are none. Learn to read the card before asking questions like that.) and I'm pretty sure that changelings don't count as saps until they are actually on the board. regardless, there aren't really enough changelings to make it worth it anyway.

As far as comparing this to coat of arms, I don't think either of them is better or worse than the other. They both have their uses. as far as token decks go, as long as you are casting spells with the required creature type, you are good to go.
Posted By: endersblade (11/20/2012 6:49:12 PM)
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@Trygon_Predator Both have pros and cons.
This:
Pros:
Costs {1} less
Can count Tribals.
Don't lose the +1/+1 after the creature dies
Cons:
Doesn't Count all creatures you play, just the ones you cast.
Coat of Arms:
Pros:
Counts tokens
Cons:
Lose +1/+1 after creature dies
Costs {1} more
Is bad against tribals
When pressed I'd say this is better, but why not run both?
Posted By: atemu1234 (12/5/2012 4:43:42 PM)
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With this I can get my storm crows stronger. Not that they need to be stronger. But with them stronger, my army of birds will rain down death and destruction *_*
Posted By: Lordgold333 (1/1/2013 12:44:32 AM)
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When is a Door of Destinies not a door?
When it is Ajar of Destinies!
Thank you, thank you, I'll be here all week.
Posted By: pedrodyl (1/15/2013 3:50:30 PM)
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Works really well with the tribal cards printed in the block (for obvious reasons ;) )

Pretty sweet to cast a sage's dousing for 1 and pump all your merfolk/wizards.
Posted By: blurrymadness (4/29/2013 12:21:54 PM)
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If anyone was ever wondering where Norin the Wary makes his dramatic escapes to... well, now you know.
Posted By: jdietz43 (9/1/2013 8:38:07 PM)
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Gatherer works better in the Companion app!

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