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Seal of Fire
 


Reviewed April 26, 2005

Constructed: 3.5
Casual: 3.5
Limited: 3.5

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Christine
Gerhardt

 Seal of Fire

A nice add to many a burn deck. What's nice about seal is that it can hit the board turn one, before Blue has a chance to counter it. It has no activation cost, so you can kick it off anytime, and in response to anything. It's playable in constructed, casual and limited, so just an all around solid card.

Constructed - 3.5
Casual - 3.5
Limited - 4
 


Jeff Zandi

5 Time Pro Tour
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Seal of Fire
A Shock that you can play preemptively or keep in your hand until needed, Seal of Fire was instantly popular when it first appeared. Since then, a lot of red damage spells have come and gone and Seal of Fire remains popular in mono red Extended decks. Almost always better than Shock, Seal of Fire gives the red player in limited (back in the day) and constructed a card that allows him to make optimal use of his mana resources early in the game.
CONSTRUCTED: 3.5
CASUAL: 3.5
LIMITED: 3.0
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