I think I just found a new 4-of for my Venser/Sundial UW deck.Seriously, that sounds like it'd be AMAZING for my purposes.
I think I just found a new 4-of for my Venser/Sundial UW deck.Seriously, that sounds like it'd be AMAZING for my purposes. Interesting... You could use the sundial to end the turn in response to the return-the-exiled-creature trigger, making it never come back...And I'm curious, if you Venser-exile the hunter, and then end the turn, does it come back at the beginning of the opponent's end step? That's how I think it would work, because that's now the "next end step". Which means you could Venser-exile the hunter, let it resolve, hunter goes, return-exiled-creature trigger goes on the stack, End the turn, they never get their creature back. At the beginning of their next end step, you get your Fiend Hunter back, it exiles another of their creatures, and you can do it all again on your turn.
As far as the benefit of the rest of Magic is concerned, gold cards in Legends were executed perfectly. They got all the excitement a designer could hope out of a splashy new mechanic without using up any of the valuable design space. Truly amazing.
--Aaron Forsythe's Random Card Comment on Kei Takahashi
Given that he only temporarily removes his target, I wish they'd give him a name like Fiend Catcher or Demon Binder. The thing about using magic collars to trap demons who can't be killed is a major plot point and should be (perhaps is) referenced on cards; this would have been a perfect place to mention it.
Momus, the Greek god of sarcasm
Pray to him.
Well, that was a very well written article. So, when do we get Building on a Budget?
Yeah, I love how my original favorite creature type is getting some love again finally. Which is good considering I doubt there will be many elves haning around Innistrad.