Exile target card from a graveyard.
Draw a card.
Target player sacrifices a creature with the greatest power among creatures they control, you gain life equal to that creature's power.
Each creature you control assigns combat damage equal to its toughness rather than its power.
Each creature you control can attack as though it didn't have defender. 2WU: Untap target creature.
Carnival deals 1 damage to target creature or planeswalker and 1 damage to its controller.
Carnage deals 3 damage to target opponent. That player discards two cards.
It's also possible that "Canonize" is the wrong translation. I think that's more likely, as "Consecrate" seems like a fairly similar word that's not currently being used to my knowledge, while synonyms for consume that start with Can- are scarcer.
So, split cards can be half instant and half sorcery now.
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Card advantage is not the same thing as card draw. Something for 2B cannot be strictly worse than something for BBB or 3BB. If you're taking out Swords to Plowshares for Plummet, you're a fool. Stop doing these things!
This thread is full of idiots... Lightning Bolt is NOT being reprinted.
Many times has a writer in Wizards said so, because of the plain and simple fact that it's too powerful for what it costs. x/3 creatures shouldn't be able to die at instant speed for one mana without a signifigant drawback. (like PTE giving you a land)
I absolutely guarantee that LB will not be printed in M10, and you can quote me on that.
Carnage has Blightning's exact printed text. Of course Blightning has a little more oracle text now.
No, wait, Blightning is player not opponent. You can in fact Blightning yourself or a teammate.
blightning could also hit walkers, this doesnt.
That's precisely why I made the distinction between printed text and oracle text (hell, the whole point of the post, to highlight the similarity in printed text despite the dissimilarity in oracle text).