Browbeat Planechase Singles
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Card TypeSorcery
Card TextAny player may have Browbeat deal 5 damage to them. If no one does, target player draws three cards.
ArtistMark Tedin
Flavor Text"Even the threat of power has power." —Jeska, warrior adept
DescriptionPlanechase Single Card
Release Date2009-09-04
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
- April 18, 2011
-- Telephone monster
Seething song + this + Reverberate
- August 12, 2009
-- Jim
There are very few cards that deserve a 5 star rating, and this is one of them. Low casting cost and 2 bad choices for your opponent. I see all pros and no cons. A must have for any red deck!
- April 22, 2008
-- Ryan
I'm tired of having these played against me. All in all, it's an awesome card. You can get an early three-card draw or take off a forth of your opponent's starting life. These things can really make or break a match.
- August 20, 2007
-- Dustin Ethridge
Keep this in mind, DONT LET THE RED MAGE RELOAD!!! good god, all the fun you can have with these should be illegal, browbeat, blazing salvo, skull scorch, breaking point, book burning, and creatures like longhorn firebeast make it very easy to build a dammed if you do dammed if you dont deck and let your opponent help you kill him.
- May 11, 2007
-- Jon
This card is a pure essential to burn decks because by the 2nd or 3rd turn a player's hand is normally empty. Browbeat is red's most useful drawing card and many red decks can be painfully slow without it. The option of your opponent taking 5 damage to prevent the card drawing is just awesome because once you play this card its a win/win situation for you and usually a hard decision for your opponent.
- November 22, 2006
-- Anonymous
Red card drawing!? It's a sign of the apacolypse!! Repent! Repent! AAAHHHHH!!!Ahem. Yes. this card is amazing. it's eather 5 damage for 3 mana, which is very good even for red, or 3 cards for 3 mana, which is better than tons of blue drawing. Anything you can do...
- October 18, 2006
-- Kristen P.
This is one of the coolest red cards ever. I love red burn!
- October 07, 2006
-- that guy who loves browbeat
browbeat back in standard baby!
- March 14, 2003
-- Jame LoSavio
Browbeat is awsome. It's a red card that allows you to draw not one, but three cards, or it's three mana for 5, yes count it 5, damage. play with 4 Browbeat, Blazing Salvo, skullscorch, and Book Burning and your opponent will be dead by turn 6, THE LATEST.
- October 22, 2002
-- anonymous
card advantage=win game. 5 damage isnt bad either.
- July 10, 2002
-- Anonymous
Good in any deck that has red. With reds burns, a good reload spell. It will always save the day and even if your opponet doesn't let you draw the cards he takes 5 in the chin!
- July 08, 2002
-- Anonymous
This card is very good for red burn decks. If they take 5 damage - great! If you draw three cards from a burn deck then the chances are your three cards will combine to deal at least 5 damage.
- June 30, 2002
-- Nate
This is a very good card. If you are playing a Sligh deck, is your opponent going to take 5 damage for 3 mana (and very likely get burned to death afterward,) or let you draw three cards for three mana (better than the standard for blue) giving you even more spells to use against him/her/it?
- August 27, 2002
-- Anonymous
With all the punisher spells in Judgment, some of them will have to get through. Browbeat is class, for 3 mana your opponent loses a quarter of their starting life or your draw three cards; either of the options are sweet.
- July 18, 2002
-- Jay
An answer to red's draw-power. Your opponent has two options, neither too appealing-allow you to draw three cards or take 5 damage. They may take the 5 the first time but after that they will be watching their life totals.
- April 13, 2015
-- Evan
Its a trap!
While this card seems awesome, from first hand experience I have found that it is never draw when you need draw and never damage when you need damage.  Giving your opponent a choice is never the right move (unless you are playing Gifts Ungiven of course) and this card and many other cards like it rarely work out in actual games.  While it is a fun card at the end of the day it''s really not that great.  If you want draw, run draw, if you damage, run burn.
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