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Thrumming Stone
Cold Snap

Reviewed September 29, 2006

Constructed: 1.6
Casual: 3.6
Limited: 1.8

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* Game Store Owner

Thrumming Stone

This card is very interesting. You can use it in a burn heavy deck to try and rattle off a bunch of damage. Or you can use it play an endless supply of Relentless Rats. It's a fun card all around. I'm just not sure where it fits in the grand scheme of constructed play.

Constructed: 2
Casual: 4.5
Limited: 1


Thrumming Stone

When Relentless rats rotates into Standard the same time as this, it'll be the second best card in Standard. Until then, it's a cute trick longside heavy library manipulation and little else.

Constructed- 1.7
Casual- 3.5
Limited- 2.5

Jordan Kronick

Thrumming Stone

Yes, yes. Everyone's got Thrumming Stones and Relentless Rats. Let's talk about this card without mentioning rodents, for once. Without rodents, it's pretty bad. Ripple is pretty fun when you've got six Surging Dementias in a 40-card deck. It's a lot less fun when you've got 4 of something in a 60-card deck. Even if you do have all your cards rippling. This thing costs 5 and it's legendary. A lot of the time legendary wouldn't matter for a global artifact, but this time it actually kind of hurts. Multiple Thrumming Stones would be worth a shot. But just one? Nah.

Constructed Rating - 1.3
Casual Rating - 2.8
Limited Rating - 2.0
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