Flickerwisp Eventide Singles
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Card TypeCreature - Elemental
Card TextFlying When Flickerwisp enters the battlefield, exile another target permanent. Return that card to the battlefield under its owner's control at the beginning of the next end step.
Creature TypeElemental
ArtistJeremy Enecio
Flavor TextIts wings disturb more than air.
DescriptionEventide Single Card
Release Date2008-07-25
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
- September 21, 2010
-- Jonathon Miller
Great synergy with the Orzhov. Between haunt and the Ghost Council, I don't want to think about it!
- October 26, 2008
-- greg9381
Very very very good. This card is most likely to see play in an Elemental deck with cards such as Mulldrifter, Shriekmaw, Flamekin Harbinger, (<= are the Come Into Play Elementals), perhaps 1 Reveillark and a couple Spitebellows (<= the Leaves Play Elementals), Incandescent Soulstokes, Smokebraiders, 2 Horde of Notions, and some big champion creatures such as Supreme Exemplar and/or Nova Chaser, and last 2 copies each of Vigor and Dread...and of course Primal Beyonds and Vivid Crags...that's what mine looks like (minus the Spitebellows) and it's not bad at all. The first five Elementals I mentioned combo very very nicely with Flickerwisp. The mana cost isn't a problem because of the Smokebraiders. If you championed a Mulldrifter with a Supreme Exemplar, you can attack with the Exemplar, then Flickerwisp it until the EOT to draw two cards.
Flickerwisp is also great in a white weenie deck that needs to get a big creature (or maybe artifact or enchantment) out of the way for a turn to smash for the win.
Last, a 3/1 flyer that can reliably come out on turn 3 is...amazing!! This card will definitely see play in quite a few tournament-level decks...I'm ordering me 2 or 3 of them...
- August 14, 2008
-- Anonymous
While this far doesn't scream Br0k3n, it still looks like iit is a solid card that has goo syngeries and combos nicely with CITP abilities
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