The staple of mono-black aggro. The deck can
hold its own without this card, but not easily.
If you've got a deck that puts a black creature
on the board nearly every turn, it wants this
Tuesday - Bad
Crusade/Glorious Anthem for black creatures, and
a useful card in a mono-black aggro deck. This
was reprinted in Time Spiral, so expect to see a
lot of this card if MBA or Suicide Black decks
ever become popular. Like yesterday's card, this
one speaks for itself: if you're playing black
aggro, it's great; if you're not, don't play it.
In limited, I would sideboard it unless you're
nearly mono-black, because it could end up
hurting more than helping if your opponent is
heavier black than you are.
Constructed - 3
Casual - 3
Limited - 3
I was genuinely surprised that no-one ever tried
to make a Suicide Black style deck in Standard
when Bad Moon was reprinted. We also got one of
its best friends, Dauthi Slayer, and other
cheap, strong black creatures like Withered
Wretch and Stromgald Crusader. You hear me out
there, deck designers? Get to work. This is
another chronically underappreciated card that
can turn a beatdown into a massacre and even
Rimebound Dead into a threat.
Magic Noob in Canada since 2002
I pulled a foil time shifted version of this.
But let's get to the review. It's a Crusade for
black creatures with a easier mana cost. It
would be good except that black creatures never
really needed the power boost because it has
plenty of removal and disruption to clear the
way in addition to fear. It's a bit slow for
constructed, although still playable locally.
In casual, this is more playable as games are
longer so investing in a +1/+1 isn't ad bad.
In limited, there's a high chance you'll be
facing black as well, but it can be sideboarded
in if they don't play black but you are.
card is Bad Moon, which pumps all your black
creatures up +1/+1. This is a neat card is you
run some type of aggro black deck, zombies
perhaps, maybe even Rats. However, black
usually doesn't have room for Bad Moon because
it ideally wants control type cards like
creature kill and discard. Bad Moon is still
good if you would rather try a different
approach to black.
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