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MTG COTD: Storm World

Discussion in 'Alternate TCG Discussion' started by klducks, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. klducks

    klducks Constipation= Fetish

    Storm World - Legends. Rare
    R: Enchant World
    If any player has less than four cards in hand at the end of his or her upkeep, Storm World does one damage to that player for each card less than four.

    Cool card. Splash a little blue around this card for constant drawing and your opponent will have to think twice about playing all his cards in hand. With a simple cost of only 1 Red mana, this card is just awesome. I absolutely love this card since you can just have a lot of drawing power, not let your opponent play any cards with this card in play, and stall until you draw your win condition. Since it's red, you can burn little pests in the way and possibly counter with a little splash of blue. Pretty sweet.

    The Duck's Rating: 3.5/5
  2. Shadow Trainer

    Shadow Trainer Hive Trainer

    Cool, a semi fixed Black Vise in red.Can really deal alot of damage to your opponent, but you have to be careful because it can hurt you too. 3/5
  3. Sergay Wang

    Sergay Wang Guest

    By Type 1 and Legacy terms, this card is fairly useless.

    No smart type 1/1.5 player would ever let their hand be smaller than 4 unless they were going for the kill.

    If it were a type 2 or even extended legal, I'm sure it'd be somewhat better, as aggro decks like to play out their hands all at once, but only being legal in Type 1/1.5 means it's practically useless, since that format is mostly control.

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