Quote from endgame1331 »Is there any reason it's 17 specifically? Like a thematic reason or something cause the number is kinda, well, an odd choice.
Quote from FlossedBeaver »What were you using to make Divine Visitation not a tempo loss on turn 5? Forsaken Monument actively buffs your board state (colorless creatures are arguably less restrictive than on-board token generators), and nets you two life for any CMC0 drops. Walking Ballista and Hangarback Walker come down as 2/2s, for free, in their respective formats. Just adding general commentary on how Forsaken Monument is more synergistic and less... combo-y?
Quote from boombox_smk »Smaller but more numerous bodies. If you have Glorious Anthem, it's a 5/5. If they target it, you get 5 2/2's. If you scale that up with Forsaken Monument it is a 6/6, when targeted you get 6 3/3's. If gladly target it on my opponent's end step to get 18 power on the table.
Quote from Lectrys »Modern Tron decks can hit 7 mana either really easily (Green Tron) or with some difficulty (Eldrazi Tron).
Quote from sleeper agent 2.0 »"Dies to wrath"
People here are getting more creative with their creature critiques.
Quote from FlossedBeaver »No evasion on the mammoth makes me very sad.
Quote from Kryptnyt »This is actually just a 2 mana 10/10 in a lot of aggro decks, isn't it?
Quote from Dontrike »Quote from AnImAr_ »No one is talking about those scary ass vampires on the art? That’s what caught my eye. Lol.
I thought they were zombies for a moment, but I do agree that they do have some creep to them. Do we have a zombie or vampire that looks like that yet?
Quote from AnImAr_ »No one is talking about those scary ass vampires on the art? That’s what caught my eye. Lol.