Gaea s Blessing Time Spiral Time Shifted Singles
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RaritySpecial
ColorGreen
Casting Cost
Card TypeSorcery
Card TextTarget player shuffles up to three target cards from his or her graveyard into his or her library.

Draw a card.

When Gaea’s Blessing is put into your graveyard from your library, shuffle your graveyard into your library.
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DescriptionTime Spiral Time-Shifted Single Card
Dimensions3.5" H x 2.5" W x 0.012" D
Ship Weight0.004 pounds
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- August 28, 2007
-- Anonymous
Umm I will play glimpse of the unthinkable response...twincast response?....gaes blessing thanks for my graveyard back you lose you stufpid mill deck so yea it owns plus dredge totally needed this card but yes all around greatness kill mill type 2
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- February 05, 2006
-- mike
with the golori decks now golori exteded this card is a gem epcially with all the dredge cards a endless cycle of cards to your disposal
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- May 06, 2005
-- Kevin LaTempt
Gaea's Blessing is one of the most underated cards in Magic. Great in type 1 for shuffling power 9 back into deck, and against annoying millstone type decks, this is on of my favorite cards in the game. Also I put this in a fast land destruction deck with sinkholes and icestorms, very good addition to keep opponent with no land and black vise kill!
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- March 31, 2002
-- Alex
Ahhhhhh....behold the power of the OATH (not Order) of Druids deck. Here's the deck, take Oath of Druids, keep taking out cards from your library until you find a creature.......(Spirit of the Night? Verdant Force?) and put that bad boy into play. Then, if you were lucky enough to find Gaea's Blessing, put all those cards you just dumped into your graveyard, and throw them back into the library. Totally vicious.... If you play a deck like this, be sure to have 4 Gaea's Blessings!!
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- June 25, 2001
-- Jonathan Rayne
For many decks, especially the ubiquitous green-speed, this card is not the best. However, for decks that require a source of graveyard recursion, this card is bar none. Only two mana for three cards, shuffled back into your library, and a cantrip effect -- what else do you want? If you do want something else, this card even prevents against millstone/grindstone decks, as it shuffles your entire graveyard back into your library if it gets sent there directly from your deck. I have a somewhat large Blue/Green deck that I use for group games, and this card is an essential part of that deck; when my deck size gets smaller, I usually draw one of the cards that I recycled from the cantrip! This is one of the best
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- February 28, 2007
-- beastista
1 word... YES!!! i have an oath of druids deck and have had it since early saga block... of course when newer sets are printed you'll change the creatures in the deck but how does this sound.... i run 3 total creatures in the deck...1x Akroma, Angel of Wrath 1x Spirit of the Night 1x Morphlingany disaggreements????? the deck WINS!!! thats all you need to know. Gaea's Blessing is THE blessing of the deck, without it... kiss your chances of a tourney win goodbye!
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- February 11, 2005
-- Anonymous
one of the few tournament cards i've never played with. and i love utility decks too. somehow this always just missed me. one of the few elite cards with the prolific artist rebecca guay's work on it to. wow! anyway, a great card in everyway and usually the sign of an above average player if you happen to be dueling someone with this in their deck. going to have to go and think about a highlander deck now.....................
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- June 29, 2001
-- Jeremy Dambach
This card is just plain sick when used in conjunction with Order of Druids and any creature(s) with echo and a comming into play effect (like Radiant's Dragoons). You Oath durring your upkeep, and if this card comes up, you get to suffle all the cards you just Oathed into your graveyard back into your deck. You also get a creature and a random effect, such as gaining 5 life, or destroying a land. You have a blocker to chuck at whatever creature your opponent attacks with, and if he keeps at least 1 creature on the table, you get to do it again next upkeep. The thing about echo is that you can get rid of the creatures (in order to set off the Oath) so you're not stuck with creatures that you can't use and your opponent doesn't get the chance to use the Oath to his advantage. I had the misfortune to be on the recieving end of this type of deck...twice. It's just plain wrong.
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