Well, it's harder to burn out than True
Believer.And it flies, making it a better finisher
than True Believer.So it'd be pretty good if you want to
protect yourself from burn.And it's a pretty good finisher for
white, who never gets any good big creatures.
Spirit of the Hearth
I thought Ravnica had quite a few
disproportionately boring cards, but one of its
more interesting ones was Blazing Archon. For a
hefty cost, you got a strong finisher-type
creature and a bit ability that could make it
impossible for your opponent to win. Spirit of
the Hearth is a creature from much the same
mould; since its cost is slightly less hefty
than the Archon's, it can even go in regular
control decks as a finisher. In some
circumstances, making you untargetable might
even be more useful than making you unattackable.
There are plenty of ways to deal with creatures,
but shutting off Incinerate, Thoughtseize, and
Cruel Edict while attacking for four every turn
is a deal you don't get every day.
Magic Noob in Canada since 2002
Spirit of Hearth
If True Believer does this for WW, why would I
pay 4WW for the same thing? Well I would get a
bigger body that's much harder to kill, which is
actually ok since the problem with True Believer
is that it never lasted very long. But right now
there's an abundance of 6 mana cost creatures
that are way better. By the way most stuff that
would target you would be burn and Purity deals
with it even better except Purity is even
In limited this is pretty huge and hard to kill,
but then you'd have to be playing white which
isn't the best colour in limited.
Spirit of the Hearth
Constructed: It is a big flying cat of
dooooooooooom... Well anyways it a 4/5 flyer for
6 mana. Not to bad for it's cost but it's
ability is very nice. I have not seen a shroud
for a player that say's you can't be the target
of spells or abilities your opponents control.
At little to expensive for constructed.
This should fit in nicely with slow white
control decks that say leave me alone, I will
play when I am ready.
It is a great creature for it's cost and the
ability makes even more interesting. There is
not a lot of tarpet player cards in Eventide,
but the few that are there are pretty good.
Mainly burn and discard.
Overall a okay card with a nice ability. Better
than your average guard dog.
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