Doubtful. You spend six mana, play this card,
and then you HOPE for the best. What you are
likely to get is a small handful of 1/1 dudes
while you mill away your precious deck directly
into the Removed From the Game Pile.
This card could come closer to qualifying as a
finishing stroke for limited decks if the token
creatures AT LEAST had haste, but alas, that
would have made this card decent, which it
really isn't. In constructed play, outside of
the VERY casual, this card is EVEN LESS
appealing, if that's possible.
Now THIS is a card that will p*ss you off in
limited. I've had mass amounts of little
warriors hit the board against me, and basically
end the game. Grr. So, if you're going Red, you
need to pick this up. If you aren't, and the
rest of the pack is bad, then D it. You really
don't want other people to get their hands on
this and use it against you.
The constructed community is showing a bit of
interest in Rally at the moment. It seems a bit
out there for Tournament, but it may be finding
a niche in casual players' decks.
I rarely like cards that place extra emphasis on
chance, and Rally the Horde is no exception to
the rule. The good news about this card is that
there are decent odds that you won't deck
yourself while making a small horde of red
Warrior tokens. The bad news is that it costs a
bit too much, there is a small shot of decking
yourself, and the tokens don't have haste,
meaning your opponent will have at least one
turn to find an answer. Overall, I give this
card a "Blah".
For limited play, this might be one of the cards
that I have to give a lower rating. Not only are
you slightly more likely to overturn a land
(limited decks usually have a slightly higher
land ratio), you could wind up overturning a
*ton* of useful cards in the process. At least
in a constructed deck, you can build around the
loss of cards.
IM BACK! after my two weeks at space camp
(incase you were woundering yes i had
lots-o-fun, but that 15 min. drive back really
took a toll on me =P) i am ready to take on the
world, or in this case the magic CotDs.
today we have Rally the Horde from saviors, in
my oppinion a over costed rare that will see
plenty of casual decks. now for all of you smart
magic players out there what type of card is
most common in in decks? Creatures? ooohhh close
but not right. its lands. now if the most of any
card you have in a deck is lands then rally the
horde will (most likely) only get you 1-6
creatures, and if your unlucky enough it will
get you nothing, and your opponet will laugh at
you cuz you just spent 6 mana to play a card
that did nothing but remove cards off the top of
your deck. even worse what happens if you go
through your whole library w/o getting a land
card as the last of the 3 cards? then you will
have like 30 1/1s out ready to attack next turn,
oh!! but look!! you are gunna lose before then
and your opponet will still be laughing. over
costed and too random for my likes
constructed - 1/5 ... no
limited - 3/5 might see some use, just watch out
casual - 4/5 a very casual card. casual likes
final thought- Im back World of Magic!!!
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