I used to be a fan of Balance of Power, so you'd
think I would like the creature form of it. And
I do. The cost is right, the effect is the same
as ever, and the art is even good. The only
issue is that you might have trouble finding a
deck for it; blue decks often have more cards in
their hand than their opponent. This is a card
with a lot of potential, though.
Magic Noob in Canada since 2002
If this ever draws you a significant number of
cards, your opponent will have a big hand.
That's bad. The only way I see this working is
if you keep on bouncing everything your opponent
plays then evoke this out, but that hardly seems
constructed worthy, but could be worth it in
casual. In limited, it's the same story. It'll
only help you if you are losing a lot, in which
case you're still going to lose. But at least
it's a 3/3 body here.
This card has the potential to generate massive
card advantage, but often comes up short.
Mulldrifter generates guaranteed card advantage
and interacts with Reveillark, which usually
leaves Slithermuse sitting on the sideline. This
card could still make the cut in limited.
- Constructed: 2
- Casual: 2
- Limited: 3
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