Inkwell Leviathan

Inkwell Leviathan Conflux Singles
Near Mint
Fulfilled By:
Sell to Us $0.13 *
- 9 Customer Reviews - Review This Product
Casting Cost
Card TypeArtifact Creature - Leviathan
Card TextTrample Islandwalk (This creature can't be blocked as long as defending player controls an Island.) Shroud (This creature can't be the target of spells or abilities.)
Creature TypeLeviathan
ArtistAnthony Francisco
Flavor Text"Into its maw went the seventh sea, never to be seen again while the world remains." —Esper fable
DescriptionConflux Single Card
Release Date2009-02-06
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
- December 20, 2010
-- Rian
agree with the person above, I wish they had more so I don't have to go elsewhere a deck to get this guy out turn 1 or 2 using chrome moxes and tinker. way better than darksteel, all it takes to get rid of darksteel is a simple one mana path to exile. this guy forces them to most likely use mass removal like day of judgment costing 4, by then they are dead or nearly there.
- May 04, 2009
-- Alec
Did someone say Master Transmuter? Too much fun to bounce a useless artifact and throw this guy out.
- February 22, 2009
-- greg
i'm comparing this to darksteel colossus. this lasts the big indestructible ability, but shroud and island-walk are both nice (they both have trample), and then there's the *big* reason to choose this over the colossus. this one can actually *go to the graveyard.* that means you can makeshift mannequin/unearth it with other card effects/any number of reanimation tricks. with these 3-color shards, only jund and naya don't have islands, and this wil pund both of them. esper, bant, and grixis do have islands, so...this pounds them even more?
- February 17, 2009
-- Steven
It's an artifact! Tinker or any of those sorts of cards will work. But it can also be reanimated which is very nice.
- December 05, 2009
-- Mirv
Shround doesnt mean it cant be countered, it only protects it once it actually hits the field. On the stack it can still be targeted by a counterspell since at that time its still a "spell" not yet a "permanent"
- August 14, 2009
-- siberianexpress1
Definitely a cool card. Putting it in the colossus deck. Polymorph/tinker/proteus staff this out on fourth turn against a deck with blue in it and your opponent is dead. Especially if you sculpting steel it then your swinging for 14 every time.
- April 24, 2009
-- Dinosaur
Works nice in my living death/pyrric revival deck
- February 09, 2009
-- Krux
wow, I dont think I can remember another massive blue creature like this that lacks any type of drawback except high mana cost. If you can work out how to get it in game before your dead, which will be hard in mono blue, its definatly worth while. High tide would help but that might still be too slow.
- March 05, 2010
-- sean
Stock more of these so I don't have to buy cards from other websites. Thanks.
Don't like the new look?
Please sign in to leave feedback about our new site.