The next standard set of will be released on September 24th Magic: The Gathering. In “Midnight Hunt” you visit the gruesome world of Innistrad again. This world offers you the classic horror setting. You will find many ghosts, zombies and vampires in Innistrad sets. The new set Midnight Hunt is all about the furry werewolves. Another Innistrad set will be released on November 19th.
At “Blood Red Bund” (in English: Crimson Vow) you are a guest at a vampire wedding. “Midnight Hunt” and “Blood Red Bund” have synergies across all sets and can be easily combined for a draft. We are exclusively introducing you to a card from the werewolf set “Midnight Hunt”!
You can see the map below Great temptation in the rimless version as well as the English version Can’t Stay Away.
Quelle: Wizards of the Coast
Quelle: Wizards of the Coast
For just one white and one black mana, you can use this sorcery to bring a creature with a mana amount of three or less back into play from your graveyard. However, if the resurrected creature is defeated again, it goes into exile. So you can have multiple copies of Great temptation not reanimate the same creature over and over again.
For that has Great temptation the keyword “flashback”. You can cast the card again from the graveyard for the flashback cost. These costs are significantly higher. In the later turns in particular, you have enough mana available anyway, but mostly few cards in hand. Great temptation you can then work once by hand and then with flashback from the cemetery. That gives you such an immense card advantage.
Great Temptation is so strong
Ob Great temptation finds its place in standard decks is still extremely dubious. It takes a strong creature for three or less mana that gives you a great advantage if you revive it. There is also a similar card in standard format. Silver Quill Command Although it costs four mana, it can be used much more flexibly. So you can either reanimate two creatures with a mana amount of two or less. Or you can also draw cards and destroy opposing creatures.
In the formats Modern, Pioneer or Commander you have a larger selection of cards for your deck. Then you have too Homecoming // home payment to disposal. Homecoming has no flashback. For this, the reanimated creature does not end up in exile later. You can also play them for two black mana or two white mana, which makes the card much more flexible. In the later trains you can too Home payment interpret what the game can quickly decide for you.
(None) Great temptation in the draft
Flashback cards are always very strong in Draft and Sealed, as a card advantage is even more important here. Cards that revive creatures, on the other hand, are often difficult to play. First of all, you must first draw a creature in the game that is worth replaying. After that, you have to wait for the creature to be destroyed. And only then can you Great temptation play off. So long it is a dead hand card. In most cases it is better to have another creature instead Great temptation to be included in the deck.
How do you like the Great Temptation card? Do you think it will have an impact on the metagame? And do you like the horror setting of Innistrad? Please write us in the comments!
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