Quote from JaceTheWalletShredder
Ehrmagersh, a new deck is doing well. Breakz out de banhammerz!
Quote from Mysential »Ty fixed. I think he will be best post rotation, 7 mana walkers are easy after the rotation.
WUB Esper Midrange / Tempo Standard
UR URzatron Modern
WRU Miracles Legacy
WB Death & Taxes Legacy
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Quote from Mort459 »I mentioned this in the main Rumor Mill thread as well, but am I the only one seeing him slotting into a BUG control deck shell post rotation? I mean, I know we have about 300 more cards to see in Khans, so maybe I'm getting ahead of myself. But I'm not sure he'll fit into a devotion-ey midrange deck.
4 Courser of Kruphix
4 Sylvan Caryatid
4 Hero's Downfall
4-6 other relevant removal
4-6 appropriate counterspells
3-4 Black Wrath effect from Khans
Quote from Subbak »Wizards print good rares, players complain about cash grab. They print underwhelming rares, players complain that the cards suck. They spoil the best cards first, players complain about the insane prices of preorders. They spoil the meh cards first, players complain that this is the worst set ever.
They can't win no matter what.
Quote from Caedere
So. I think I understand now.
As far as these forums are concerned, WotC can never do anything good because:
Card that is new and probably good = "pushed"
Card that is new and probably bad = "EDH/casual fodder"
Card that is a reprint = "lazy"
Card that is a better version of an older card = "power creep"
Card that is a weaker version of an older card = "worthless"
Does that about sum things up?
Quote from Kaiyla Han »Yes, he's definitely going in my GWB super-anti-friends deck...
Garruk, Nissa, Ajani (Steadfast and Mentor), Elspeth, and then more ramp. Hope there's cultivates or rampant growths. A turn 3-4 Garruk will not only be scary, but it might just seal the game completely. I think he's pretty durly with my dream setup. Turn 1 elf, turn 2 cultivate/rampant (I so want either), turn 3 Nissa, turn 4 Garruk or Elspeth. As Nissa can untap shocks for now.