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Expensive (mana-wise), but powerful and fun.

Posted By: Eddie_Antilles (8/1/2012 7:41:21 AM)


Oh god, this with evolve!

They didnt just disappear, they when on a sojourn with the Biomancer to evolve..... and evolve they did

(evolve would trigger for each creature entering at the same time that was higher in some way so multiple +1+1, not to mention the Biomancer :D)
Posted By: Jetix3 (1/23/2013 1:08:02 PM)


@:Sasooli, and whoever rated his comment 5 stars

*facepalm... facepalm so hard*
kanguilla was planning to target an opponent with it. i'll just let that sink in.
Posted By: orisiti (1/31/2013 6:07:51 PM)


Sudden Disappearance + Permanents + Hypersonic Dragon + Worldfire.

Posted By: Wraique (2/27/2013 6:48:51 AM)


They didn't call it "Rapture?" Wouldn't that be more, y'know, flavorful, given the context of the angels and the humans and all that? O_o
Posted By: JohnnyDepth (4/9/2013 1:24:00 PM)



If an opponent takes control of your creatures and then you cast sudden disappearance on your opponent, do the creatures return to your control or to your opponents?
Posted By: Erntrocity87 (6/17/2013 10:15:03 PM)


Wait until the opponent has a decent army on the field ( assuming they have no 'enters battlefield' life gain heavy-hitters ), stick out a couple of blood seekers and target the opponent with this.... maybe strionic res. The blood seeker too.
Posted By: MyScissorsWinTheGame (9/24/2013 10:26:37 AM)


Consider ghostway if you're trying for ally or other etb shenanigans. This has more uses, but the mana cost is somewhat prohibitive.

This is only better if you need it to hit non-creatures (like spine of ish sah) or your opponent's stuff (to swing unblocked, kill tokens, or for a brand effect). Fun combo with etb stuff and puca's mischief though.
Posted By: jonrds (2/18/2014 11:14:17 AM)


@Erntrocity -

They come back under your control in that scenario. Whoever had the card in their deck at the start of the game is the creature's "owner." Your opponent would be the creatures' "controller," but not their "owner." He keeps his stuff, you get the ones he stole from you back.
Posted By: Antsache (5/16/2014 8:08:22 AM)


Gatherer works better in the Companion app!