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Two-Headed Dragon 
8th Edition & Masques Rare

Reviewed May 2, 2003

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Two-Headed Dragon

Constructed: 3
Limited: 4.5
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Two-Headed Dragon is big, bad and red. The only trouble is it's casting cost, which makes it unplayable in anything but casual constructed.  They really need to make a dragon like they did for Angels when they added Exalted Angel. She's an amazing creature that's FAST and extremely playable. She can ba bashing face by turn 4. Not too many dragons can claim that. But it seems the new coming set, Scourge, is hinting at HEAVY DRAGONs in their creature base!!  Dragon lovers rejoice, and pray for the dragon equivilant of Exalted!

In limited, big is good, and firebreathing big multi blocking is sooooo good. Play it.

Constructed: 3
Limited: 4.5

Judge Bill

Two-Headed Dragon
In the year of the dragons (Magic sense, not Chinese calendar sense), we get this fat firebreathing dragon to play with. It will go really well with the Scourge dragons coming out. The fact that it can't be blocked by only one creature is a very important one, which should get you creature advantage if they have to kill it by blocking.
In limited, it flies, and it's huge. I need say nothing more.
Constructed: 4.25
Limited: 5


Two-Headed Dragon says, I am a big mean beat machine. Impressive and a card that can and will win games even when he plays for 6 (which pretty much means he can swing for at least 7). Not bad but big creatures are almost always overrated.


Constructed He is a brute 3.65


Limited He is a Brute with evasion x2 4.85

 Van Zandt

Two Headed Dragon
His defensive ability almost makes me wish he firebreathed for toughness
instead, but his versatility and potential damage dealing means this guy can
be dangerous, even if he doesn't see a lot of actual play.  And more so than
many flyers, he wins limited games.
constructed 3
limited 4
Scott Sager
Two-Headed Dragon 05/02
Mmmmmmm... beefy.  I love this friggin thing.  It's big, it flies, it pumps, it can't be chump blocked by a solitary Bird of Paradise, and it can eat a creature with each of it's heads.  I don't know if it will find a home in Standard like it did during the days of Fires, but it's nice to know it will be there if you need it.
Limited:  BOMB!
Constructed: 3.5
Limited: 4.5


Two-Headed Dragon

Two Headed Dragon is a good card when it comes to trading.  In reality, its
casting cost is too large for a red creature, and thus is hard to make

It's abilities are nice.  It gets large fairly fast in attacks, and it not
only flies, but has an added ability that will more or less make it
unblockable against quite a few decks.

In limited, it's god.  Take it whether or not you are playing red, and if
you can, you find a way to play it.  It is that good.

Constructed - 2.8/5.0 (If you can find a way to play it in red, good, but it
is a little pricey for that color.)
Limited - 5.0/5.0 (God... 'nuf said.)

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