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this gives flashback to all of your creatures, so I don't think they will do anything more with flashback in the next couple of sets. I think they're going to focus more on double-faced cards.
Posted By: Arachibutyrophobia (11/17/2011 10:29:44 PM)


NOOOO. When I first was thinking of this card, I thought you could just play creatures from your graveyard. This is not nearly as cool.
Posted By: hatriarch (10/27/2011 4:39:46 PM)


Probably all of us, but the best thing is Parallel Lives turns this into a mass cloning monster.
Posted By: phantam (10/4/2011 7:14:26 AM)


Remember, guys, this makes TOKEN copies, so your once "dead" creatures now get the sweet bonus ofIntangible Virtue.
Posted By: Mirran_Savior (10/8/2011 10:54:31 AM)


When I first saw this, I thought "Meh, it's a bit overpriced for what it does. Pass." Then I noticed that its not a sorcery, it's an enchantment! That was one of the biggest mind-blows I ever experienced.
Posted By: Totema (11/6/2011 12:54:59 PM)


Ahh, we meet again, hand drifting through ethereal goo.
First, we met at Retether.
Then at Cast through time.
Now, I am surprised to find that the hand is actually attached to a body! What were the odds?
Posted By: Kryptnyt (11/6/2011 6:17:29 PM)


Wow. This is an awesome card, very easy to build around, such as stuff with ETB triggers and creatures with evoke (Mulldrifter). Also, with Sticher's Apprentice, you get some in-set combo action going; however, my main issue it how difficult it will be to use in Standard, as it seems it would be great with self-milling stuff like Splinterfright. However, this is counterproductive, because in the self milling, you wanna keep the cards in the graveyard, but it's definitely great in casual/non-standard environments

4/5, plus an extra 0.5 for flavor (seems kinda like something from Ravnica)
Posted By: Superllama12 (11/8/2011 7:39:16 PM)


Probably too expensive for constructed, but a Limited bomb. Even without self-mill, getting a second use out of your creatures is fantastic. With self-mill, you're expanding your hand every turn, and are almost guaranteed to win.

My friend wasn't a fan of my 2x Ambush Viper. Even at sorcery speed, he was even less a fan of token copies 3 and 4. ;)
Posted By: yesnomu (11/30/2011 9:03:18 AM)


I threw a couple of these into a GWU deck I made recently. This along with Parallel Lives and Geist-Honored Monk, Mausoleum Guard, Doomed Traveler and all those token generators. Throw a couple Intangible Virtues on top for good measure.
Posted By: Quibbleflux (12/4/2011 11:31:09 AM)


They are tokens, and as proven, pairs wonderfully with Parallel Lives. The only down side is the original is exiled, so bounce and destructions leaves you without the receipt on a broken toy.
Posted By: Madrai (1/28/2012 11:41:41 PM)