You'd definitely want to stay out of the water
on Grixis; not only is it probably covered in
crud and full of floating body parts, this thing
could be under there somewhere. It doesn't offer
quite enough to be a mainstay in constructed
play, but an effect this powerful is worth at
least one look, especially if you can get around
its high costs with something like Makeshift
Mannequin. Heck, even Elvish Piper gets silly
with this thing around.
for just over 5 years
-Playing MTG for just over 10
Not sure about this one. I recently played one
in a draft and was pleased with it's effect. You
are likely to at least get 5 through the next
turn. The unearth mechanic is what makes it
worthy. However, as with all 8cc creatures,
constructed will be minimum at best. Possibly in
a reanimator toolbox however.
Looking at this card it does not look that great
a first glance. But when you start to think
about some of the possibilities. Sure drop into
to play and return everything but lands. Whoppie!!!
But when you Unearth it, it has haste and swing
in for 5 easily. I am sure there is some other
tricks to play around with this creature.
It is just a big blue creature for a lot.
This could win the game for you. Catch them when
they are tap out and swing in for the game. I
would not pick it highly, but I would watch out
for it, if I had no way of dealing with it, if
it should up against me.
Overall a cool card. I must find out where does
this name come from.
Nice in reanimator decks. Bomb in
limited. I cant see it finding a place outside
of standard. However in standard Mannequin could
easily find a revival with this card. In limited
it will win you games if you manage to get it
down and basically hits for a free 6 when it
dies (assuming you can unearth it). In casual
this is brutal with blink type cards
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