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Flying (This creature can't be blocked except by creatures with flying or reach.)
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Storm Crow Discussion
2 days ago
The point is that "leaves the battlefield" abilities (of which "dies"/"graveyard from battlefield" are a special type) trigger from the battlefield and use information about the game state from the last moment the object was actually on the battlefield to determine if and how they trigger. "Graveyard from anywhere" abilities are just a normal zone-change ability, and they use information about the game state from right after the object changed zones.
Lazav, Dimir Mastermind will only trigger if an actual creature card goes to the graveyard. Titania, Protector of Argoth will trigger if a Storm Crow enchanted with Imprisoned in the Moon dies (because it was a land right before it left the battlefield), but not if an animated Wandering Fumarole enchanted with Darksteel Mutation dies (because it wasn't a land right before it left the battlefield).
2 days ago
So I don't have to make a similarly worded question on this issue, suppose I have a Storm Crow enchanted with Imprisoned in the Moon. My opponent kills it. Since Titania, Protector of Argoth is worded similarly to Lazav (with put into the graveyard instead of dies), I assume that I won't get a trigger right?
This should be the last followup. Thanks for the help!
3 days ago
A pet card is a card you have an unnatural passion for. Normally these cards are those that don't see play anywhere in any format, but you run it sometimes because its either quirky, or snarky, or flashy, or has some personal value to you as a person.
For me, my own pet card is Darklit Gargoyle. It's a white creature with a black ability that works as a souped-up fire-breathing effect that's red in nature. As a mardu player its my favorite 2-drop to include in my decks even though in some games it doesn't do that much more than a normal Storm Crow. Regardless I own more than a couple play sets of the card and my friends by now have already grown quite familiar with the common gargoyle from the Alara block, but they'll never be able to convince me to stop running it otherwise.
What's your pet card and why is it your pet card to you?
1 week ago
Crow of Storms
Creature - Bird
2 / 1
Because everyone knows Storm Crow is too powerful to reprint.
Make an Artifact Creature with colored activated abilities.
1 week ago
Storm Crow is so op, it's a great idea to force the concede allowing you to respond with conceding. I love this deck.
1 week ago
Catalog9000, I can not fathom the intellectual endeavor you endured to read beyond the first sentence of a mad man's ramblings. It must have been horrific to behold such a reverse idiom to your own! I pray for thee, as you threw caution to the wind and omitted the rest of the blatant warning to a fate unbeknownst to thyself! OH MY, Storm Crow - SAVE HIM! What a fool he was; he knew not his transgressions, and yet he had already completed the scholastic teachings of the tutorial that the blessed TappedOut bestowed upon his cranium... It must not have settled, or perhaps leaked out his ears... Either way, young child of the multiverse, I implore of you, please, PLEASE, PLEASE take it upon yourself to read the entire description of a deck before assuming what is or is not reliable in your opinion. OR, be less of a rude child and ask how the deck is supposed to function, despite what you think you may know. I would be more than willing to explain and teach a developing mind, such as yourself, on that this deck is purely 'theory' and has been 'crafted' on TappedOut until Wizards releases more low CMC non-land, non-creature cards that help the deck become stable and, in your words, reliable.