Spellbinder Darksteel Singles
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- 12 Customer Reviews - Review This Product
Rarity Rare
Color Artifiact
Casting Cost
Card Type Artifact - Equipment
Card Text Imprint — When Spellbinder enters the battlefield, you may exile an instant card from your hand. Whenever equipped creature deals combat damage to a player, you may copy the exiled card. If you do, you may cast the copy without paying its mana cost. Equip
Creature Type Equipment
Set Darksteel
Artist Ron Spencer
Flavor Text  
Description Darksteel Single Card
Release Date 2004-02-06
Dimensions 3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight 0.004 pounds
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- July 28, 2018
-- Justin Verified Buyer
Nexus of Fate. Dont need anything else
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- May 12, 2009
-- Darth Pinky
This works really well for me in my Stasis deck. Nothing more fun than imprinting Frantic Search. I get to deal damage, draw more cards AND untap my lands! Also works really well with Clutch of the Undercity.
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- March 26, 2009
-- Nate Hurst
put beacon of immortality ona shadow creature.... saves my @$$ alllll of the time
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- May 21, 2004
-- Sren Crawack
Spellbinder makes you able to store an instant card, and every time equipped creature attacks on opponents life point, you can use that card without paying it's mana costs. I preffer to store Nourish, so that every time I attack I gain 6 life! Simple, but effective.
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- October 03, 2010
-- IRQNMAN
Spellbinder+Seething Song & have an Aggravated Assault on the board and if your equipped creature successfully damages an opponent you have infinite attack phases! Amazing combo if all the cards come together and you can successfully attack your opponent that's why i give 4 stars instead of 5 plus the foil version of this card is one of the best works of art for equipment cards.
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- December 03, 2009
-- Geoffrey Jones Jr.
Phantom Warrior+Spellbinder+Time Warp (any other Time Walk wanna-be's) = Enough Said. Also works great with the following: Plow Under, Soul Feast, Beacon of Immortality, Storm Seeker, Decree of Savagery, Denying Winds. Have Fun.
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- October 14, 2007
-- Anonymous
This Card isn't bad at all, especially if you use it in a combo with whispersilk cloak or equip it to an unblockable creature.
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- May 19, 2006
-- Aaron Kirchhof
Personally I like to use it with beacon of immortality but thats just because it doubles my health each time!!
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- March 02, 2004
-- Jay
Crazy card to win the game by adding savage beating.
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- January 20, 2009
-- Anonymous
This card takes too much to combo with. You need a unblockable creature preferably, pay the casting cost and the equipt cost. You also lose 1 card advantage. Though it could be a deadly card if you manage to get it out and imprint something good onto it.
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- May 24, 2010
-- Anonymous
Time Warp is a sorcery. Just thought I'd throw that out there. A cute card, but rather inefficient. Isochron Scepter and Panoptic Mirror are better options. Scepter is awesome if you can meet the restrictions, and while the mirror will probably end up costing more to get going, you don't need to have a guy that can attack. Savage Beating is probably the best card to put on this, as the other poster noted.
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- November 13, 2006
-- Anonymous
It's really more of a win-more card. It's not gonna change the tide of battle if you're down. -_-
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