This is a cute card. It replaces itself. The art
is neat. And it gives you a blocker in a tight
situation. It's definitely playable in limited
formats. It's just hard to tell if it's worth
even bothering with in constructed. For now, I'd
have to say no.
this card a lot. It's reminiscent of the way
green used to have all kinds of Fog and Tangle
effects. It's way trickier than green used to
be, though. This little saproling is great.
First of all, it's a cantrip. That's something
green doesn't get a lot of, but it's nice to
see. Secondly, it gives green a surprise way to
block something - even a flying creature. The
number of times you'll find a way to kill
something with this card will surprise you. Who
says green doesn't get direct damage? They just
get it in a slightly different form.
Meh...read this either 1/1 saproling blocking as
an instant...keep in mind that it doesn't say it
can't block flyers or anything special - or -
2G, Draw a card...either way, it's a little
versatile, but is it amazing?
Not special enough for casual, but kind of
interesting for limited - and it does give green
a little card draw.
Constructed - 2
Casual - 2
Limited - 2.5
A tricky combat trick to say the least.
Interestingly, you can target a creature with
flying with this card, and you'll get a 1/1
non-flying Saproling that's blocking a flying
creature. That's pretty good for the color that
hates flying. And it cantrips. Don't forget the
cantrip. If I hadn't, this card might have made
my sealed deck on Sunday.
This is essentially a casual card, perfect for
Saproiling decks with a Coat of Arms out. Oh,
what, a 13/13 just came out of nowhere? :D
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