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Dominus of Fealty

Reviewed August 8, 2008

Constructed: 3.20
Casual: 3.80
Limited: 4.40

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Dominus of Fealty

A 4/4 for five that casts Threaten every turn?  If you're building U/R, or even mono-red or mono-blue, this will give you some serious punch in the late game.

Constructed- 4

Casual- 4

Limited- 4.75


Friday - Dominus of Fealty

Definitely a finisher for a U/R deck, if such a deck ever pops up. Obviously, he's not that good unless you're playing that color combination, because other red decks have no use for this, and blue decks have better finishers like Oona. The fact that he's basically restricted to this color combination, and there isn't a great deck in those colors right now limits his usefulness. Play him in casual.

In limited, like most of the avatars, this is a bomb. The ability to temporarily take something of theirs every turn will push the game in your favor for sure.

Constructed - 2.5
Casual - 4
Limited - 4

David Fanany

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Dominus of Fealty
I could see the Dominus being a finisher for a suitable control deck (whatever that might be). Even taking advantage of an opponent's land each turn is nothing to laugh about. In limited, this guy is an obvious reason to play red/blue, even if you don't get him until your third booster. If nothing else, you don't want to face him.
Constructed: 3/5
Casual: 4/5
Limited: 4/5
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Dominus of Fealty

The blue/red hybrid is spicy.  Pair this with Gargadon and you've got game.  Or pair it with anything that assures their creatures don't come back to them at end of turn and you have game.  Too bad that did not put it out of the 4 damage instant zone.  But a 4/4 flyer with this ability is great.  Especially in limited.  Doubt this will see a whole lot of constructed play though.

Constructed: 3
Casual: 4
Limited: 5

Friday Aug 8

Dominus of Fealry


Constructed: This is the middle child of the Spirit Avatars. Very playable, with a very nice ability to steal a 'permanent' for a turn. 5 for a 4/4 flyer is good also. Red Blue decks usually do not show up that much in block or standard.


Casual: Great card for the multi-player group.


Limited: This is a fantastic card for first pick or to make a deck around.


Overall it is the Bringer with flying. I always thought the Bringers should have flying because of the pictures.


Constructed: 3

Casual: 3

Limited: 4




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