Well, it's like Vampiric Tutor in that it puts
it on top of your deck, but it's a sorcery that
fetches sorceries. Still, this card can
definitely see some use. It only has a one mana
cost, and it's blue, meaning this card is
virtually guaranteed to read "Put Wrath of God
on top of your deck" for U/W control decks. It
also has some use in combo decks that use
sorceries for pieces of their combo deck. A
Here is a card that's similar to another
card. The other card is Vampiric Tutor.
Vampiric Tutor lets you get anything, but at
the same time costs you two life. This one
simply cost you a blue mana. The drawback
though is that you are relegated to taking
sorceries. That seems OK though in the
grand scheme of things. And when we are
talking about Vintage (Type 1) play, there
are a lot of sorceries that are worth
I absolutely love any card that actually
says Tutor in the title, since it makes the
job of spotting it as a good card easier.
Although Personal Tutor is by no means a
Demonic Tutor, a Vampiric Tutor, or even an
Enlightened Tutor, I do think it is a decent
enough card to see play. I won't rate this
card incredibly high, but I'll put it up
around a three.
Limited play makes this card slightly less
powerful than it is in Constructed or
Casual, since you'll rarely have more than a
few sorceries that make the cut. Unless I
have one bomb sorcery and a couple other
decent sorceries, I'll probably leave
Personal Tutor in the sideboard.
Constructed Rating: 3.0
Casual Rating: 3.0
Limited Rating: 2.0
Tutoring for a sorcery, at sorcery
speed. Hot hot hot, and the price on
this puppy has soared in the past
week. Kinda boring for casual, but
you might consider it for limited if
you have a couple awesome sorceries
you'd like to see.
Constructed - 4.5
Casual - 2.5
Limited - 3.5
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