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This guy plus Invisibility was one of the first combos I ever feared.
Posted By: SirZapdos (10/4/2011 7:16:54 PM)


I'm not going to lie, I totally still use this card on a frequent basis. Yeah, he has to attack, but ignoring walls with 5 offense for only 4 colorless is pretty fun. Combined with the right enchantment or instant, he can be pretty brutal.

Posted By: Gaussgoat (4/6/2010 10:36:26 AM)


He himself is good, but when Mishra's Workshop is thrown into the mix...
Posted By: Kryptnyt (9/18/2010 6:03:53 PM)


Ol' lightning rod!
Posted By: Goatllama (4/12/2011 10:05:08 AM)


@gaussgoat, hahah. i use him all the time too. i'm totally nostalgic for the old, cheap cards like this one. i used to positively hammer my friends with this dude because i was the only one who had started playing when revised was around. goes really well with black decks in place of juzam.
Posted By: gasimakos1 (5/6/2011 1:54:02 PM)


LOL, Lightning rod, indeed. The original Juggie is a carnival ride gone berserk. Playing it is always fun, especially in chaos games. It doesn't usually last very long, but while it's out there, you can use it to pick on whoever has the smallest creatures with a pseudo-reluctant, "Gee, I don't really want to attack you, but Juggernaut has to attack." Because of its relatively low casting cost, this guy was often able to get in a few licks before it stopped ticking. On the flip side, all it took was a shatter, a disenchant, a lightning bolt, or a Bog Wraith to end its tyranny.
Posted By: Eppek_the_Goblin (8/16/2012 8:56:54 AM)