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Arraya

Arraya by RulerofChaos

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6 commons

1 white, 1 blue, 4 green

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A Top-Down fairy-tale set.

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Creature – Human
Age (Whenever this creature becomes tapped, put an age counter on it. )
When the fourth Age counter is placed on The Boy who Cried Bear, put a 2/2 Bear on the battlefield.
4/2
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last 2012-11-10 13:44:33 by Mr. Man
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Creature – Troll
{2}{g}: Regenerate Bridge Troll.
His purpose in life is to torment the goat farmers found in the nearby farms.
6/6
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Creature – Human Wizard
Age (Whenever this creature becomes tapped, put an age counter on it. )
When the fourth age counter is placed on Miracle Man, gain four life.
1/1
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Creature – Frog
Age (Whenever this creature becomes tapped, put an age counter on it. )
While Frog Prince has three or more Age counters on it, it gains +4/+2 and is Human.
1/3
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Instant
Counter target creature spell. Put a 0/1 blue Foam token onto the battlefield.
As the sun rose, the merfolk realized she didn't have much left.
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last 2014-03-19 20:34:07 by L2i0n0k7

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On Turn to Foam:

Yes, now it's Summoner's Bane-, and would probably be placed at {2}{u} or {u}{u}.
I like this, and the reference that it's making.

On Turn to Foam:

Now strictly better than all the cards L2i0n0k7 named

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

I only wonder why he would cry about a bear when he can just beat it up? Make it 1/1 or 1/2 or maybe 0/2. Very flavorful design. I like it.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

I am still curious as to why a "boy" has such a high power.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

There's a Bear!
Where?
Right there! On the stair!
A little bear with clogs on?
Well, I declare! there really is a bear.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

Fixed the stats some.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

That is a big boy.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

Strange that he's so much bigger than the creature he's whining about. I would think that 'boy who called dragon' would make a lot more sense... but, I know tribal can demand strange things.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

Yeah, a bit good there.

Very flavourful though.

On The Boy who Cried Bear:

Is this meant to be 4/3 for 3 mana with a minor beneficial ability and no drawback?

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