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Cloudbreak Elemental

Card #

Date Reviewed: 12.08.04

Constructed Average Rating: 1.87
Limited Average Rating: 2

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.

Fish &
Rimuel, Cloudbreak Elemental
Hey everyone! Sorry about the wait, I was having computer problems. Anyway, I think Rimuel, Cloudbreak Elemental is an average card. The way I look at it, once you pay 8 mana for a card, you won't have many untapped cards in your mana zone, even if you're playing all light. I figure the most you'll tap is one or two creatures, which is not enough late in the game. It is double breaker, but 6000 power sets it down. Overall, I consider this a subpar super-rare.
Constructed: 2/5
Limited: 2/5
This card isn't that great. The effect is to tap a creature for every untapped light card in your mana zone when this card comes into play. It also has "double breaker" and 6000 power. 8 for 6000 isn't that great of a trade off.
Constructed: 2.5/5
Limited: 1.5/5
Knives101 Rimuel, Cloudbreak Elemental--Shadowclash of Blinding Night

Chances are after paying eight mana to cast this guy you won't have a Light
mana that is untapped. If you do then you're probably running a Nature/Light
deck. If you're using a Nature/Light deck then Alcadies is what you want to
be using for an Angel Command. Nature could use the stopping of spells more
than it could use the tapping of creatures. That is because Nature doesn't
have as many spells as other Civs. Nature is mostly creatures. Well anyway
this guy might work out in some wierd build, but otherwise he's garbage.

Rating: 2

Monte Eads
a.k.a. NFG
Too Poor to Go to GenCon...
but would have won. ;)
COTD Review for Rimuel Cloudbreak Elemental

Season's greetings my children. (freakedout'd) lol. I really do not like this card. I mean, I'm usually very optimistic in my reviews, but really...EIGHT MANA?? No. Just don't run this. Its cool looking and everything, but I didn't even get this guy out in a 40 card Green/Yellow deck running three of them. Ouchies. He's just not worth it. Also, most of the time there will not be many more untapped mana left after tapping eight. The only reason you would run this card is if you want to be funny with the flavor text, even so, its not THAT funny.

Rating: 1/5

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Rimuel, Cloudbreak Elemental

Sorry for not getting my reviews in, basketball and school really gave me no time. But, Bball is over now and I can get more in.

8 for 6000 isnít good, but the double breaker gives it more of a punch. The effect could be devastating, but it has to be light cards. Youíre not going to have much light mana to tap unless youíre also running green. Even then, youíll have green mana sitting there instead of light mana. You could just tap one light and seven green though, tapping 3-4 of your opponentís creatures with the remaining light mana.

In limited, I guess itís decent. Still no experience, but overall, itís a little to costly.

Constructed: 2/5
Limited: 3.5/5

Sorry for how short this review was.



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