This card is a lot more powerful than it
looks. Being able to snatch your
opponent's stuff every turn is a powerful
effect, even if you do have to give something
up. And effects like these are always
easier to break than they look. In
Limited, this usually means exchanging creatures
for marginal upgrades or jacking the creature
they just dropped a God Aura on. In
Constructed, nothing looks good yet, but it all
Like Donate or Gauntlet of Chaos, the value of
this card is to give your opponent something
that will actively hinder his ability to play
the game. I've seen it used with Colfenor's
Plans. In a deck designed to do something like
that, it's pretty good. Otherwise, not so much.
It's pretty fiddly to pull off, so good luck!
for just over 5 years
-Playing MTG for just over 10
An intriguing card. it is not seeing play
because it is really a tricky one to play with.
You are relying on using your opponents
strategies to win. I think to use it the cards
you want to switch off have to be pretty useless
to your opponent. Cards with colored activation
costs might work (then they are likely only good
for you). Cards that boost mana (artifacts)
might work for the cheap things (especially late
in game). I do like this in multiplayer when
there may be lots of options. A fun card if
Tuesday July 22
This card screams............Okay it does not
scream anything. For Standard or Block it does
not seem to do anything worth will. But, maybe
somebody will make it work.
Lets play with the Bombshell. This idea was
brought to me by one of our players who is using
this card already. Crazy stuff.
Unless you want to fill you deck with
stuff(crap) to try to steal their bombs. Draft
not a top pick, but would hate to see it played
Overall its a fun card for the casual arena.
Tuesday - Puca's Mischief
Kind of like Donate, but you get something in
return each time you Donate something. This
might be fun in a deck that has a lot of cards
with a lot of really bad upkeep effects (think
something like Force of Nature, although he's
not in standard anymore). Unfortunately, that
will never fly in constructed because it
requires you to play a deck full of cards that
will hurt you big time if you can't get this
card on the table. Great for casual, however.
In limited, I'd pass, because it's much harder
to abuse, and typically you'll end up on the
wrong end of the deal since you have to take
something with a lesser mana cost.
Constructed - 1.5
Casual - 4
Limited - 1
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