I'm not a huge fan of this card. However, it
does have the transmute ability. I'd expect it's
more likely to be used for transmuting than
anything else. But in limited play, this card is
OK. It can often times keep a creature alive in
a tight situation. Or, if your opponent has a
trick, you can reduce the size of their creature
to keep yours alive.
How can anyone not recognize the sheer power of
Dizzy Spell? It's incredible on so many levels.
Okay, maybe not. But it is on the watch list for
the 5-Color format. That has a whole lot more to
do with Contract from Below than it does Dizzy
Spell, though. This card is pretty awful.
Shrink-type spells have always kind of sucked.
The transmute ability on this one might redeem
it, if there was anything good to search for
that costs 1 mana (like Contract From Below). In
more current formats, well there's just nothing
worth spending three mana to search for. I guess
what I'm saying is that this card isn't any
good. Don't draft it. Don't play with it
casually. Don't even flip it upside down to use
it as a saproling token.