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Shadow of Doom
Date Reviewed: 9.15.04
Average Rating: 3.4
Limited Average Rating: 1.5
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|Jack Viper, Shadow
of Doom - Very Rare - #29 (rampage)
Hey peoples today we have Jack Viper, Shadow of Doom
wow that sounds sorta cool.. you know... "hes Jack
Viper (du na nahhhh) Shadow of Doom... cool huh ^.^
anyways jack viper looks very good until you look at
one detail... the fact that he is a ghost and incase
you havnt noticed he is the best ghost out there =/
all the rest of them suck realy realy bad =/. they
are either over costed and/or have a bad ability.
but hopefully that will change in the future because
Jack is neither over costed or bad, and I (IMO)
would love to play this dude... heck if you manage
to get 2 out you got a set of reacuring creatures
well unless they change some ruling on this card...
but anyways this card in a ghost deck will stink
because ghost decks stink, but if you add him and
some of the better ghosts (I.E. blakc feather and
shadow) with some nice other black cards than you
have a decent deck, heck all those 2 for 1000 black
blockers are now useful.
constructed- 2.5/5 I would have given it 4/5 if it
wasnt a ghost
limited- .000000001 there is only one other ghost in
rampage and it is a over costed slayer =/
final thought- the fact that this card is a ghost
realy limits its play use and it probably wont see
any play in any good decks
|Hey everyone! Fish
here reviewing Jack Viper, Shadow of Doom. This card
is the best reason to run Ghosts in your deck. 3
mana for 4000 power is good enough, but the effect
is better. Now, Ghosts aren't the best type, save
for a few(Wailing Shadow Belbetphlo, Grey Ballon,
Shadow of Greed). Of course, 4 of each and 4 of Jack
will still set up a good evolutionary line. I fully
recommend this card.
Constructed: 4.5/5 Your
creatures will never die.
Limited: 1.5/5 You
won't see many Ghosts.
Chips might be
sending one later.
|This is one of those
cards that can be fun to play with. It's not very
large for an evolution, but it is pretty solid. You
aren't playing Viper for his size, you are playing
him for his ability … as your black creatures come
back to your hand, instead of the graveyard.
He is perfectly suited for mono-black decks. He can
fit into a Fat Black deck, and a Suicide Black Deck.
Pojo's Rating = 3.5
The problem will be keeping him alive