of legendary dragons from Kamigawa have been a
big success. Three of the five are showing up
regularly in tournament quality decks. And Keiga
is the one I use the most, without a doubt.
Keiga is such a perfect control card. He nearly
guarantees a 2-for-1 if he dies, and is easily
splashable. Obviously, you can't say enough
about how good it is in Kamigawa limited. I
would be hard pressed to choose any card in the
entire set over the big blue dragon. And the art
is good, too. As far as casual play is
concerned, Keiga shines there too. He's
inoffensive enough that other players won't get
angry at you for using it. He easily splashes as
mentioned earlier. And he fits into not just one
but two tribal decks! So much to love from Keiga.
The MTG world seems to vascilate on whether the
Kamigawa dragons are useful or not. The jump in
price, then crash, then jump, etc. They are
hovering a little low right now, so if you're
interested, now would be a good time to grab a
few. Keiga isn't quite as popular as Yosei or
Kokusho, which have found niches in some decent
constructed decks at the moment, especially
Kokusho. But Keiga is still a popular Dragon,
especially in casual play. He's also very good
in limited, and best of all, you can easily
splash for him since he's only one Blue to cast.
Constructed - 3
Casual - 4.5
Limited - 5
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