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Soulless One 
Onslaught


Reviewed Nov. 18, 2002

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Chris
Gerhardt

Creature themed decks are a lot of fun, and Zombies aren't bad at all with the coming of Onslaught. Soulless one is okay, but at 3B, it just seems a bit slow for the most part in constructed.
 
In limited sealed, you'll know right away if this Zombie is worth the space by how many Zombies you get and their quality. In draft, you'll have to play it by ear, and pray for good luck.
 
Constructed - 2.5 
Limited - 3.5


Judge Bill

Continuing on our Monday theme, we come to the black One. This One counts zombies in the graveyard as wellas in play, which is very appropriate. However, I don't know that there is a deck for this. Maybe in casual play, with your Lords of the Undead, but that's about it.
 
In limited, it's all based on whether you can get enough zombies. You'd have to have at least 4 in your deck to consider playing this.
 
Constructed: 2
Sealed: 2.5
Draft: 3.5

 
Alex
Hockey

On the plus side this guy gets two bonuses in effect (for zombies in play_and_in the graveyard) and he is black so he can't be terrored. He has no evasion but there are a few cards in the set that you can use to give him fear. However, if you are playing a zombie deck you could probably win by playing like a straight reanimation deck so soulless one wouldn't really be needed. A 3 in constructed.

It seems that I'm always saying the same thing about most onslaught cards in limited - only good if you get enough <<appropriate creature type>> (in this case zombies). If you get enough you could play soulless one, if not he would be a waste of mana. A 2 overall in limited.

 

 

 

 

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