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@pilsburydohboy42 Winds of change makes each player shuffle their hand in the library, so it wouldn't work. Burning Inquiry would work. You'd draw 3, discard 3 at random, and draw 3 more.

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@thewhitedragon69 If they PO for 8, I don't think having 8 creatures will save you 😛

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@peterflugzeug

I'm sure they are very aware of it. They just printed a LITERAL JUMPING SHARK!

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Is it me or that is a very agressive sideboard card for Vintage? Against a lot of decks, it would create easily 9 power at instant speed. One green also means it's very splashable in artifact mirror matchups.

Instant speed means you can just play a more control game and slam this EOT or whenever you find an opening.

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It seems very limiting. Compare this to Twincast, which sees zero play.
Is the 3/2 body so important that you're willing to:

  1. Change your deckbuilding (for only 1 card, you can't run a set)
  2. Pay an extra mana
  3. Not be able to target the opponent's spell.
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Agreed, needed to be much more aggressive if it's that narrow.
Either 2 mana OR hitting all activated abilities of your opponent.

Black version could have discard a card
Red version could have deal 2-3 damage
Green version could have put a 1/1 in play

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@protoaddict Imagine this with Thought Scour, it fuels itself and you get to draw and dig for Phoenix for very cheap.

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If you're casting this before going off, you're going to cast 6-7 more spells, so lose 6-7 life. If you fizzle, you're most likely just dead as you don't get a second chance. You'd need to run more bounce spells than usual to mitigate that.

For that much life and mana, I think I'd rather cast Infernal Contract, it's better in multiples and you know the cost when you play it.

Also, the artwork makes me think of Michael Jackson.

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@blindtherapy Derp, still getting used to the London Mulligan it seems. Still, question remains for any top of the deck effect, could be Sensei's Top or a few other things.

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It could matter if you Scry to the top starting the game and the opponent Thought Scours you and want to know which card you wanted to keep. Same with any top-deck tutor.