The 1/1 first strike for one mana has been a
semi-staple in white from Tundra Wolves through
Serra Zealot through Boros Recruit through
Tundra Wolves again, and now Mosquito Guard. The
Kithkin version offers a little extra
versatility over the others since it can provide
a permanent boost to another creature. By the
time you need to do that instead of playing it,
though, you may be facing down a horde of
trampling elves or a three-colored dragon, and a
+1/+1 counter isn't always going to be enough.
I'd personally prefer Goldmeadow Stalwart,
Goldmeadow Harrier, *and* Burrenton Forge-Tender
ahead of this in a Kithkin deck.
Magic Noob in Canada since 2002
If it has reinforce, it probably sucks. It's
better than Tundra Wolf, but who uses Tundra
Wolf? It's inefficient no matter how you play
it. Thus, it follows to not play it.
In constructed, there are several better
one-drops for Kithkin, including Goldmeadow
Stalwart, Goldmeadow Harrier, and Cenn’s
Tactician. In limited, it is an average trick.
- Constructed: 1
- Casual: 2
- Limited: 2
Copyrightę 1998-2008 pojo.com
This site is not sponsored, endorsed, or
otherwise affiliated with any of the companies or
products featured on this site. This is not an