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Dream Leash
Ravnica


Reviewed November 02, 2005

Constructed: 2.33
Casual: 2.43
Limited: 3.5

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
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Paul Hagan

Dream Leash

Hi, I'm Dream Leash. If you look over in 9th Edition, you'll see my best buddy, Confiscate. He's a little less flashy than me, and he costs six mana instead of five! I'm not sure why he deserves more attention than I do. Maybe its because he doesn't have any limitations on when he can be played. Fortunately, the good players don't play either of us, since they know there are better ways to spend five or six mana other than playing Naturalize targets. At least I'm OK in limited, right?

Constructed Rating: 2.0
Casual Rating: 2.0
Limited Rating: 3.0
 


Christine
Gerhardt

Dream Leash

Yep, every set has to have a "Grab Your Whatever" card. Ravnica has Dream Leash. This thing is a bit nasty considering how many large, evil creatures reside in the set. Not a card for constructed, but a MUST play for limited Rav formats. Kind of limited use to be worth much of a look for casual.

Constructed - 2
Casual - 3
Limited - 4.5
 

Phoenix Tamer

Dream Leash

Well... it's a control card alright. In magic people are consistently having tapped permenates. Weither it be land or creature there they are. I would pick this in constructed or perhapes limited, but it sways me off of casual because there is better, and what about control decks? Sure they have tapped lands, and maybe artifacts, but if they have no creatures or no artifacts, then their are lands or enchantments i guess. Overall in casual i don't think of it as very effective, but maybe a pick for draft?

Ratings:

Constructed~3
Casual~2.3
Limited~3
 
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