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Sword of Feast and FamineThree Mana
Artifact - EquipmentMythic Rare
Equipped creature gets +2/+2 and has protection from green and from black.
Whenever equipped creature deals combat damage to a player, that player discards a card and untap all lands you control.
Equip - Two Mana

AvatarDate Posted: 1/20/2011
Posted By: Josh Hendricks
Member Since: 8/7/2008
         alright, let the comparisons begin. Pro Black is extremely relevant, green not so much - but still has it's uses (e.g. getting past green creatures). Having a player discard is good, but not when they're in topdeck mode - although you are probably winning at that point anyway. Untapping your land is good, but again, not when you're in topdeck mode. So this card is only amazing when you are both NOT in topdeck mode? I personally like it, especially if you are drawing many cards and want to cast more things in one turn. It doesn't double your mana for one spell, but essentially does for more than one spell.

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AvatarDate Posted: 1/20/2011
Posted By: Zack Strait
Member Since: 4/9/2008
         THIS IS BAD

"The shit look like ya hand when you be doin a shadow puppet for a duck n shit nahmean. Shit be lookin like it jus caught a pop fly in center field n whatever whatever nahmean." re: Ghostface Killa on lil' kim's vagina.
AvatarDate Posted: 1/21/2011
Posted By: Jeremy Banks
Member Since: 5/3/2008
         It kinda is "free" to equip if the creature hits which can happen turn 4. You should have relevant things to do by then still, right? I know SOBAM is better at the pro green side as well, having 2 relevent effects.

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