Sep 202011

Yesterday  I discussed the cards from Black cards from Innistrad that I thought might have some merit.  Today we will waste no time moving to blue.   As a whole I am not overly impressed with Blue.  It just does not seem to have the punch that some of the other colors are bringing to the environment.


My First pick is

Back from the Brink 4uu
Enchantment     Rare
Exile a creature card from your graveyard and pay its mana cost: Put a token onto the battlefield that’s a copy of that card. Activate this ability only any time you could cast a sorcery.
Illus. Anthony Palumbo #44/264


While I don’t think this will see a lot of play in constructed I think it will be a great card in limited.  I like all creatures having flashback.



Ludevic’s Test Subject // Ludevic’s Abominatio  1u
Creature – Lizard // Creature – Lizard Horror     Rare
1{U}: Put a hatchling counter on Ludevic’s Test Subject. Then if there are five or more hatchling counters on it, remove all of them and transform it.
After several failed experiments, the visionary Ludevic realised he needed to create a monster that fed on torch-wielding mobs.
Illus. Nils Hamm #64/264    0/3 // 13/13


Ludevic will most likely not turn up in constructed.  In limited he is far to similar to  Figure of destiny to pass up.



Curse of the Bloody Tome 2u
Enchantment – Aura Curse     Common
Enchant player
At the beginning of enchanted player’s upkeep, that player puts the top two cards of his or her library into his or her graveyard.
After seeing his life’s work drip away, the mage decided it was a good time to go crazy.
Illus. Jaime Jones #50/264


I like this card not because of it potential, but because of its casual feel.  I think that balancing the set with both casual cards and competitve cards.   Besides I miss Millstone, and I want to build a deck with it.


like i said before I think blue is weak in this set.  Those are my three favorite cards.  tomorrow we will pick on Green.

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