Force of Nature MTG 5th Edition Magic Cards Singles
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RarityRare
ColorGreen
Casting Cost
Card TypeSummon Force
Card TextTrample (This creature can deal excess combat damage to the player or planeswalker it's attacking.) At the beginning of your upkeep, Force of Nature deals 8 damage to you unless you pay
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Creature TypeElemental
SetFifth Edition
ArtistPete Venters
Flavor Text"It blinked, and flower petals fell like tears. Harthar, sensing weakness, attacked—and his blood fell like petals." —Shesul Fass, faerie bard
DescriptionMTG 5th Edition Single Card
Release Date1997-03-24
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- April 18, 2006
-- Kristen P.
With all of the mana producing cards green has, the upkeep isn't as bad as it looks. Even if you're playing a two color deck this is a powerhouse worth running at least a couple of.
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- January 12, 2006
-- Chupe
Probably my favorite card in the game, except possibly Thran Forge. There are so many ways around that 8 damage during your upkeep: Spirit Link, COP: Green, Reverse Damage, and combine this with cheap ways to get it or to keep getting it like Hymn of Rebirth, Call of the Wild+Sylvan Library, Resurrection, Natural Order or Lure of Prey. Since I decided to stop buying any newer cards in Weatherlight because everything new was too overpowered, there are probably even better ways to get around the upkeep penalty. Use your imagination.
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- September 26, 2005
-- Kenneth
It's a decent card...but T&T got it wrong. This card came from the RELEASE tournament of 9th edition.
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- July 29, 2004
-- Dave Durbin
This is a great card to combo with Eon Hub. You get an 8/8 Trampler for six mana and you can forget about the extra cost until the other player shatters your hub. Even having to pay the four mana shouldn't be that much of a problem.
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- January 30, 2003
-- rick
Powerful card in a deck. Especially with natural order. Sacrifice a Llanowar elves and bring out this big boy. Time for a beating.
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- August 05, 2002
-- DAN
this is a good card. an 8/8 trample that cost six is always a great card also if you having trouble tapping 4 forests just get a a few moss diamonds
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- June 09, 2002
-- Anonymous
6 mana for an 8/8 creature that alone is good enough a reason for 5 stars, but the fact that it also has trample earns it 10 stars. the only downfall is that you have to pay 4 mana during your upkeep for it to not deal 8 damage to you.
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- August 06, 2003
-- ivan schmidt-vitale
Good card but i don't like paying an upkeep every turn so i would just go with an avatar of might.
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- October 21, 2008
-- Anonymous
This can be a good card if you know how to play it. I wouldn't build my deck around it but in a G/W deck, 2 x Force of Nature, lots of Llanowar Elves and Birds of Paradise or Wild Growth for acceleration (get this bad boy out possibly on turn 4), then Circle of Protection Green! No need to spend GGGG each turn.

Having CoP Green just for Force of Nature is kind of a waste, so throw in 2 or 3 Hurricanes and you can protect yourself from Hurricane's damage while damaging your opponent. Green burn is something that most players will not prepare against.
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- August 07, 2005
-- Anonymous
Anytime you have to pay 4 mana every turn during your upkeep you have problems with your card selections.
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