Reveillark Morningtide Singles
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- 8 Customer Reviews - Review This Product
RarityRare
ColorWhite
Casting Cost
Card TypeCreature - Elemental
Card TextFlying When Reveillark leaves the battlefield, return up to two target creature cards with power 2 or less from your graveyard to the battlefield. Evoke
(You may cast this spell for its evoke cost. If you do, it's sacrificed when it enters the battlefield.)
Creature TypeElemental
SetMorningtide
ArtistJim Murray
Flavor Text
DescriptionMorningtide Single Card
Release Date2008-02-01
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- March 29, 2009
-- aod318
Momentary Blink anyone. Great with the elementals; Mulldrifter, Flamkin Harbinger, Wispmare, Shriekmaw and especially Reveillark.
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- January 19, 2009
-- Greg
insane. kills a demigod and then brings back whatever you want. splash for it in an elf deck, and when it dies, you get back pretty much any card aside from masked admirers. until it dies, it puts your opponent on a decent clock. rites of consumption + this = awesomeness.
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- September 15, 2008
-- Aliandrin
I dare you to Oblivion Ring. Leaves play = any way, byatch. (As you can tell I'm getting rather exhausted with Oblivion Ring, darn thing never should have been printed.)
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- March 30, 2008
-- Anonymous
With the introduction of Bubble Hulk into extended top 8's just goes to show the power of Reveillark's return to play manipulation. Absolutely amazing card.
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- February 25, 2008
-- Anonymous
Just awesomeness on a stick. Run it. Tempo swings, beats and a combo make this awesome. Although you could just buy the precon and get this plus some other stuff.
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- November 02, 2009
-- zombie242003
Great card for soldiers...play this with a few Otherwordly Journey's
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- March 10, 2010
-- Nathan
Well, the reason it's good is the same reason every jund player plays with sprouting thrinax: you get something (or somethings) else when it dies. Reveillark's trump on thrinax, though, is that it happens when it gets exiled as well. This makes it combo with things like flickerwhisp for a free "bring back," and creature advantage is a very strong advantage in a damage-oriented standard (as opposed to a standard that revolves around other means of winning: milling, Felidar sovereign, etc...). This card alone won't win many games, but it certainly is a good support card in certain decks.
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- February 12, 2010
-- Jens N
I'm sorry, but I've just never understood the good thing about Reveillark... I mean, sure, it's awesome to bring back two Mulldrifters and draw 4 cards, and sure, it can be used in Kithkin and Soldier decks ... but can anyone please tell me some good combos with this card? - I remember everyone on the internet going absolutely crazy over this card, but I've never seen one in action myself ...
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