Oona, Queen of the Fae

Oona Queen of the Fae Shadowmoor Singles
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- 11 Customer Reviews - Review This Product
RarityRare
ColorGold
Casting Cost3U/BU/BU/B
Card TypeLegendary Creature - Faerie Wi
Card TextFlying
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: Choose a color. Target opponent exiles the top X cards of their library. For each card of the chosen color exiled this way, create a 1/1 blue and black Faerie Rogue creature token with flying.
Creature TypeFaerie,Wizard
SetShadowmoor
ArtistAdam Rex
Flavor Text
DescriptionShadowmoor Single Card
Release Date2008-05-02
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- November 30, 2009
-- Anonymous
I just have to say how great this card is really if you know what your doing you can get it out 2nd turn not the 6th. Also if you happen to get out oonas blackguard and scion of oona you really have an unstoppable force of 3/3 faerie rogues that are making your opponent discard from hand and send cards to the graveyard. Best part is that your opponent has to get rid of scion of oona first or be lucky to board wipe all your creatures
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- September 20, 2009
-- Teak
yes, great card, however it does cost 6 mana. if your playing one on one, the game is usualy over by the 6th or 7th round. plus there are plenty of destroy creature, counters, and other junk to screw this card over.
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- August 27, 2008
-- Greg Johnston
(to person who reviewed before me:) then slip in a couple Faerie Harbingers and go kick ass. Anyway, I honestly don't think she's broken, but she's very very awesome :D A 5/5 with flying for 6, 3 colorless and 3 hybrid, is very nice, and I love blue/black. Plus she mills and makes BLUE/BLACK TOKENS. That's important, y'all. Oona + Dire Undercurrents, especially against a mono color deck, just wins. Ok, maybe she's a _little_ broken.
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- August 27, 2008
-- Bryan
Years ago, this thing would have been 1/1... or 0/2, etc. Something simple to kill to counterbalance its extreme ability.
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- July 25, 2008
-- Anonymous
this card is ok by itself, but use it in a good mill deck to bring out the full potential. i have a tournament level fae/control/mill deck and im practically gauranteed a win if i get this card out.
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- July 24, 2008
-- Luca Fregusy
Broken is not a strong enough word. Anyway, she can be played just blue, just black or both. that's scary, then a library crippling ability. wheeee. lol, mtg is getting scary
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- June 28, 2008
-- Bob, the Demonic Chipmunk
Because Glimpse the Unthinkable didn't do enough for milling decks. Yes I know she's six mana in two colors not good at acceleration, but your opponent's not getting much combat damage out afterwards.
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- June 19, 2008
-- ben_taylor79
only one comment? this card is so ridiculosly bah-roken that if you walk into a room with a playset of them all windows smash themselves silly instantly, seriously that's what happens, i did it like at this tournament and all the windows just like BLEW UP. Creatures keep getting better, I remember when I thought Gray Ogre was an undercosted beast back in the day. I jest. B R O K E N.
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- May 09, 2008
-- Anonymous
*The sound of a pane of glass shattering is heard as MtG is officially broken*5 stars because it just wins. I can't give it less than that, as the card just *wins* I'm not happy about it, in fact I think this is the most broken thing I've seen recently, but I can't fault it's power.
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- April 04, 2009
-- Kaysa
Granted, it's very powerful if your opponent can get out enough mana to play it. However, nothing a good Wing Snare, Disintegrate or Radiant's Judgement won't fix. Or just hide behind an Ivory Mask.
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- November 07, 2008
-- broken
broken.
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