Mahamoti Djinn

Mahamoti Djinn Beatdown Singles
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Card TypeCreature - Djinn
Card TextFlying (This creature can't be blocked except by creatures with flying or reach.)
Creature TypeDjinn
SetBeatdown Box Set
ArtistDan Frazier
Flavor TextOf royal blood among the spirits of the air, the Mahamoti djinn rides on the wings of the winds. As dangerous in the gambling hall as he is in battle, he is a master of trickery and misdirection.
DescriptionBeatdown Single Card
Release Date2000-10-01
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
- September 20, 2009
-- D/0
Sibilant Spirt did in fact cost 5U at 5/6 flying, but when it attacked the defending player got to draw a card which is fine if you are playing a deck with Underworld of Dreams.
- April 16, 2009
-- Irvinele99999
would be better if the cost was 5U but oh well, still one of the best djinn around ^^
- November 08, 2006
-- Charlie Burns
I loved this card before elvish piper was around, then he got quite abit better, then simic came out in dissension and now he he is just a pure powerhouse that is meant to be comboed with the deadly simic sky swallower, so then your opponent has a bad choice and a tough choice, alot of damage, or just a bloody nose.
- January 05, 2005
-- boris chiu
good gleam!!!
- March 27, 2002
-- Anonymous
Hmm, a huge flyer, from the old skool, and highly effective. Is their any reason not to love this card. Sure, Morphling is running around but this is a classic killah
- March 25, 2002
-- Anonymous
A most epic deal, to say the least! 5/6 fliers for 6 mana, how can this be a bad thing? Power sink, lotus petal, mana drain, and all of blue's deck manipulation make this pretty eassy to get into play, and when it does POW! Face it, is anyone ever happy when you play a monster blimp like this!
- June 14, 2008
-- Alexander Steers
I just have to say that the art on the 9th and 10th edition Mahamoti is some of the most epic art I've ever seen on a blue creature in my seven years playing Magic; and I'm a blue mage! Combine this with the fact that the Flying reminder text is omitted from the foil 10th edition version, and suddenly he becomes one of the most visually appealing blue men in the game, in my opinion. Not to mention that Mahamoti Djinn is the classic blue fatty. A new twist on an old favourite.

4 stars from me. A solid revision to a classic creature, but sadly enough, he will only see play from the more romantic, casual players such as myself.
- August 08, 2005
-- Anonymous
this '7th' edition flyer may not be the preeminent tournament flyer it used to be in days of yore. still, a tremendous amount of fun and can fool you into thinking that's its ALmost that good. but, i'm not here to tell you all that. just wanted to say that out of all the numerous editions starting from 'alpha' and 'beta' up to now, the '7th' edition foil is THE best one by far. just mucho mucho better, at least in my humble opinion. just smashing and IS smashing! in conclusion, recommend highly and you'll dazzle you fellow card-floppers.................
- February 05, 2005
-- Anonymous
if you're going to spend the money get the 7th edition foil. the art and tinting is much better in this humble corresponder's opinion. also, the foil, while being better in every way, is also cheaper........
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