Quote from Dragoon91 »So how many cute interactions with Unnatural Selection or Amoeboid Changeling can we pack in the 99 of Gor Muldrak, Amphinologist?
Quote from Yandere Sliver »When I think of Salamander I think of fire spirits... so red not blue
Quote from DraxA MAN CAN DREAM AND GET HIS SIMPLE MATHEMATICS WRONG.
Quote from jonnybgood23Pillarfield Ox? The legend returns.
Quote from TheWardenYou had me at "Camel Shaman."
Quote from Dale Dan Tony »I love how U/G finally got a Commander outside of Valuetown. Not sure how to abuse this one yet, but it will be in my collection of "Commanders who need a weird home" decks. I currently have a few of these decks that I keep for fun political nights where everyone plays someone like Gwafa Hazid, Profiteer or Mathas, Fiend Seeker.
Quote from CatParty »Salamanders earned their association with fire and flames due to the fact that people harvesting wood for fireplaces in the winter would often find salamanders scurrying out of their fireplace after adding another log. It was thought that salamanders originated in the flames of fireplaces. People didn't realize that they were just living in the damp logs harvested from the woods.
Quote from Xcric »I dont find any of these all that good, or even interesting once you see past the novelty of salamanders
Quote from CatParty »You can run Gor Muldrak as your only creature and slap things like swiftfoot boots, darksteel plate, and/or diplomatic immunity on him and just let him hang around.
Quote from Ritokure »I love how Amphin are basically MTG's equivalent of mole men or reptilians at this point.
Quote from soramaro »I like the quirky effect and you can definitely control the number of creatures on the board in Simic through bounce for example. The fact that you don't kill their creatures with it is kind of a bonus because then they're even less likely to become aggressive towards you.
The one thing that I don't like is that he looks like a regular-ass human. There's nothing fantasy about his looks.