Remember when Burning-Tree Shaman was the
scariest creature in constructed play, mostly
because control and combo decks relied on fiddly
cards like Sensei's Divining Top and Glare of
Subdual? This guy is a little harder to cast,
and works against the opposite kind of deck, but
is no less frightening to play against. Sure, he
has to attack, and he's harder to cast than
Kitchen Finks or Loxodon Hierarch, but if you
luck out on the mana, he gives you a huge head
start in the race, and I count only three cards
between Standard and Extended that red decks can
use to remove him optimally (Flame Javelin,
Char, Skred). Play early, play often.
for just over 5 years
-Playing MTG for just over 10
Rhox War Monk
3 mana for a 3/4 lifelink. Simple, elegant,
powerful. Not much more to say. Third turn this
is monreds worst enemy.
Rhox War Monk
A 3/4 with lifelink for only 3 mana is crazy.
But it is 3 different colors. But green white
blue always gets their colors on turn 3, right?
Why not use him with Spirit Link for tricks or
Very high pick for a solid creature. You will
have to comment to those colors which are not
the most popular colors to pick. Being uncommom
you may not see doubles.
Overall a good solid creature. I heard he is
called the Pancake flipper. The coins remind me
Rhox War Monk Creature - Rhox Monk
The new loxy. Everyone asks why blue is in the
mana cost and no one has come up with a good
reason. Regardless this is still a great card. 3
mana for a 3/4 (even in 3 colours) is pretty
good, add in lifelink and this is just crazy.
It's basically impossible to race this,
especially if your opponent stats playing
exalted creatures. In constructed I'm not sure
if Bant will make it but I'm sure with this and
Stoic Angel and Bant Charm someone could make a
decent W/U/G control deck.
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