Quote from Gogf »If I were to splice a Consuming Vortex onto this, would I return the creature I decide to sacrifice to my hand, or does the stacking order of the effects make that impossible?
Quote from Bork »No, this doesn't work. The Vortex would be countered. BUT, for less cost, you could play this, then in response Consume Vortex your own guy. Not a great advantage, but certainly painful for the other guy.
But, unlike the others, I think this is a good limited card. Although most of the time it will only kill a land, red has ways of making even that painful.
Quote from Celestial Badger »*cries*
Uhh, sorry. I actually love but I was hoping to something like this in black not red. There goes another black pieslice to red. (I did never whine about a colorshifting before, I think it's allowed to everyone once in his life)
Quote from Snow-Fur »Now here is something intresting... R_E I greatly admire your skills and honor your sorces, but so far (from today) this i the only non-boring card I've seen. (those Orges put me to sleep to, but not before me crying of bordom) It's like an Innocent Blood for Red (that's better and arcane0 this is DAMN sexy!
Quote from SnoopDoggAtog » Misguided Rage was not played in its block, and was dubbed "Stoner's Edict" because it was a slow and opponent-friendly Stone Rain.
Quote from AngstSchreeuw »Why is everyone so excited about the card? This is pure card-disadvantage. You won't gain a lot of tempo or pressure with it either, because you have to sac either a creature or land yourself.
I can't think of a situation in which this card is really good.