I have no idea what to do with this card. The
cost seems about right for what it does, as
returning *all* creatures in *all* graveyards is
a pretty big effect. Four mana isn't too much,
right? However, the question then becomes: why
did you just play this card? It doesn't do
enough on its own in a simple deck to warrant
consideration (especially since your opponent
gets his dudes back, too), but I have no doubt
that there is some use for this card somewhere.
Creative minds -- we're watching you, and we
fully expect you to come up with *something* for
this card before the next set comes out.
Constructed Rating: 2.5 [Maybe higher in the
future, but 2.5 for now]
Casual Rating: 2.5 [See above]
Limited Rating: 2.0
Yuck in limited. I've not even seen this thing
played in the draft or sealed at all. There are
just too many cases where it would benefit your
opponent as much or too much, and it will be
just a dead card in your hand. In casual, you
could design a deck to get a bunch of creatures
into your grave, and then use this to reanimate
them all, and WHAM! That would be pretty cool.
In constructed, I'd bet someone is working with
the idea too.
Constructed - 2.5
Casual - 4
Limited - 1
I don't like how this says "each player", i hate
share effects cards really. This could save you
from a deck-out deck possibly, but no other use
for it. I'd rather spend the extra mana on
Patriarch's Bidding and have them come into play
then waste my time returning them to my hand. A
weak card overall, but may help against the
Dimir's library robbing scheme, this is what
saves the card from a God-aweful score.
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