It's not only the Eternal Witness effect on a
five-power creature, it's two Eternal Witness
effects on a five-power creature. This cost is
getting a little crowded with candidates in
casual play, but there are few that offer this
sort of advantage. And the designers may have
closed the chance of recurring it from the
graveyard, but they left the classic Crystal
Shard combo open - get started on those decks,
Today's card of the day is Greenwarden of
Murasa which is a six mana Green 5/4 that
returns a card from graveyard to your hand when
it enters play and when it dies if you exile it.
While this lacks Trample or other combat effects
the card advantage both mitigates that and can
support itself with an aura or combat trick.
The mana cost is reasonable if it is considered
a three for one and it should be fairly popular
in builds that either can accelerate into it or
decks in slower formats like Commander.
In Limited this is a large creature that adds
card advantage making it a very strong first
pick in Booster. In Sealed the rest of the
Green pool does matter as the double Green
prevents it from simply being splashed.
Unnatural Aggression is fantastic with this and
other options open up depending on the color
choices of the deck.
Got milled out for that land you wanted? Best
Creature fall prey to a boardwipe? Need one more
pump to win the game?
Play this if you're running green. It's one of
those Thrag-esque creatures that nets you
advantage during entrance and exit. Being that
it's target card, it can be anything. Big points
for this. Oh, and it's a on a hefty 5/4 body. No
auto-death to lightning bolt here folks. If it
weren't in an eldrazi-centered set, hell, it is,
and it's easily 1st or 2nd in the set. They're 7
bucks right now, so snatch 'em up before it
shows up on GP lists, 'cause this is gonna be
one of those cards that's gonna rocket to the