this is much better in EDH than Death Shadow. At 27 life it costs BB. 7/7 with no evasion isn't an automatic inclusion or anything, but if you have ways to give some evasion it's a heck of a good value.
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Death's Shadow at home is weaker, but still plenty playable.
secondly (I learned it reference his shadow in the actual horror film)
third does this confirm my theory of All-Seeing Arbiter is part of a cycle I heard off rarity cycles exist (particularly in RTR)
On the other hand, we may have found a new friend for Calibrated Blast decks!
Volrath the Fallen would argue otherwise.
Also slightly disappointed Emrakul, the Promised End already did the 13.
Like 4 mana in standard, 2 in eternal formats, 6 in limited. There was a green 5 mana 10/10 that didn't really get played.
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Also reminds me of the scene in Haloid where Samus grabs Master Chief with a To line and slams them into a building .
Basically at 7 life points, Shadow of Mortality is a 7/7 vanilla for BB, whereas Death's Shadow is a 6/6 for vanilla B.
==> not broken, but still valuable considering that the higher CMC can be useful to avoid spell such as Enginered Explosives or similar.