Incinerate Duels of the Planeswalkers Singles
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Card TextIncinerate deals 3 damage to any target. A creature dealt damage this way can't be regenerated this turn.
SetDuels of the Planeswalkers
ArtistZoltan Boros & Gabor Szikszai
Flavor Text"Yes, I think 'toast' is an appropriate description." —Jaya Ballard, task mage
DescriptionDuel of the Planeswalkers Single Card
Release Date2010-06-04
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- November 25, 2010
-- j
favorite burn spell because its a pretty balanced and fair card. yeah lightning bolt is better, but idk i just love incinerate
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- October 10, 2006
-- metalcinerate666
well, i have to say that the dci legend membership version is best. the man in the picture is giving the metal horns. so it's the best. there is no debate.
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- October 30, 2004
-- Nick
Underrated. While not as good as lightning bolt, this is one great red card in its own right. Three damage for only 2 mana at instant speed is a fantastic bargain! Vocanic hammer is considered a good card, but this is clearly better because it is at instant speed. What sets this card apart though is its anti-regeneration ability. This may not be useful all the time, but when you're dealing with Masticores and Spiritmongers and many others, it can actually be a game saver. Incinerate is great, every red deck should play at least a few!
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- June 24, 2002
-- DJ A.S.
yo yo yo incinerate is cool but if you're a true gangsta, you use the mirage one. its got the tightest pic and a sexy black border. peace out
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- March 09, 2005
-- Anonymous
just wanted to comment on the best version of this card in regards to its artwork. which resides in the 'mirage' block. the 'beatdown' boxed set also carried a foil version of this card. although for the life of me, i can't understand why as the 'mirage' version beats this one(which isn't bad) hands down. its just vastly superior in this humble correspondent's opinion...................
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