This sort of reminds one of Demonfire, except
instead of Hellbent, you just need a minimum of
six mana. Which makes it easier to activate, I
suppose, or at least less likely to leave you in
topdeck mode if it somehow fails. Which means
it'll make a great finisher for either burn
decks, or control decks willing to splash for
I think this might be my favorite Disintegrate
variant since, well, Disintegrate. When you
consider that Disintegrate was originally
invented before there was a tap symbol, that
goes to show how much this impressed me (either
that, or how much of a dinosaur I really am).
All I have to wonder is, why did it wait until
there were no more Circles of Protection in the
core set? Where was it all those years I and
every other Mountain fan sat staring in
frustration at the seven untapped Plains across
This is red's dream card vs control decks. The
only thing you will have to worry is it being
redirected to your direction. Burn's new top
Any x spell for red is a hit with the casual
First pick, will be going red with this card.
Good finisher or to get rid of a big creature.
Red has some good stuff for limited, drafting
red is usually hard around my area becuase we
have alot of red mages.
Overall one of the best card from Conflux. Get
your 4 copies today!
This card is hot...in more ways than one. There
have been several 'X' mana burn spells that
tried to dodge countering effects or the years.
But, I think WotC might have finally scored on
this one. This is as useful as any previous 'X'
mana burn spell. But, being unpreventable and
uncounterable late in the game is definitely
something special. I wouldn't be surprised to
see this card top $15 in most areas and stay
there for a little while.
Wednesday - Banefire
All I can say is wow, this is Demonfire's big
brother that they'll never see coming. This is
one of the cards that could put Mana Ramp back
in the spotlight. Constructed decks shouldn't
mind running them in Ramp and even Red Deck
Wins. Casual burn decks have a new weapon and
the bonus to be uncounterable when 5 or more is
just gravy there. I love cards that say can not
be countered on them. You can count on banefire
like you can count on demonfire. In limited it
can be the last 6 uncounterable damage you need
to win and who doesn't love that.
It's Blaze on steroids! (Hi A-Rod.)
Pretty cool, right?
I'm not that impressed with this card on the
whole but I know a lot of people are, so it
certainly needs to be assessed. I honestly don't
see what the fuss is all about. It literally is
an upgraded Blaze, but it's still not good
enough in my opinion.
I think I've really just got a personal vendetta
against burn spells. Ah rats.
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