Part of the consideration is the environment where the card was printed. Theros looks to be a block light on removal. MaRo confirmed that was intended.
As such, you need to make sure Hero's Downfall is rare, or else you're completely stomping on the "removal light" environment that they're obviously pushing.
Rare is the correct rarity for the card, even if it's 'just' adding two words to Murder.
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Sep 9, 2013bearsman6 posted a message on [[THS]] DailyMTG Previews 9/9 Hero's Downfall, Boon Satyr, Medomai the AgelessPosted in: The Rumor Mill
Aug 3, 2013bearsman6 posted a message on Best ways for aggro to deal with Archangel of ThuneIsn't this an opportunity where "Dies to removal" is valid?Posted in: Standard Archives
Jul 12, 2013Posted in: The Rumor MillQuote from xlapusThey did not close that loophole, they're just printing new cards that have different wording, so that loophole doesn't exist with those cards.
This isn't what it sounded like when I read it:
To fix this, rule 610.3a says that the initial one-shot effect that moves the object won't move it if the specified event that returns it has already occurred. So, the "stack loophole" doesn't work.
Jul 11, 2013Enlarge is my pick here. It's a bomb, pseudo-removal, and is exactly what a green deck wants to do.Posted in: New Card Discussion
I was tempted by Liturgy and the Zombie, but they are both strong cards for Black, and they both push the player into a heavily-black deck. I don't want to fight whoever picks up the other one of those cards for the good stuff for my deck, especially since they'll be passing to me in pack 2.
Compared to green, which has fewer great cards in this pack, I think black isn't where I want to be. Green for me, yes thanks.
Jul 10, 2013You know what, I think I'll help the entire forum community as a whole. I'm a teacher, after all. It's what I do.Posted in: Standard Archives
something that actually exists; reality; truth
Now that we've settled that, perhaps we will all know better.
Jul 9, 2013He's suggesting to go GW for consistency's sake, which is why you'd ever go down from 3 to 2 colors. Yes, you're going to lose a bit of power, but the question is worth asking, and it's "Is it worth it?"Posted in: Standard Archives
People always go between the two sides of the Power vs. Consistency debate. This deck has been heavily on one side for a while... and there may be more (better) tools to attempt the other.
Testing is the correct way to answer this.
Dismissing a potentially valid idea without testing it is shortsighted and an easy way to get next-leveled.
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