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    Quote Originally Posted by Maven of Strings View Post
    I've never seen a mage user using Loest's Burden... is it because of its uselessness?
    I've watched a couple games where this card basically won it for the mage at the end. It's all about timing. If it's a close game at the end, and the mage can draw a fireball or lightning strike because the opponent has to use his SE ability, it changes everything. Not the strongest card, but not useless either. In the right circumstances, It can be a game breaker.

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    Good Contracts. I think it'd be a useful card if it applied to allies instead of Rogue Allies. There just aren't enough Rogue allies to justify the cost of Good Contracts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Davis View Post
    Good Contracts. I think it'd be a useful card if it applied to allies instead of Rogue Allies. There just aren't enough Rogue allies to justify the cost of Good Contracts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongoosey View Post
    I give you wooden staff. Vozitian Orders is useable imo.
    There is an attachment that says whenever you damage opposing allies with your weapon, that you freeze them for 2 turns. So if you are running some kind of freeze deck where you concede board control early, you can combine that attachment with your priest staff to keep foo's off you.

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    I strongly recommend to read this article by Mark Rosewater, Head Designer of Magic The Gathering.
    It's about why bad cards are important for the game, and most of the arguments can be applied to SE as well.

    http://www.wizards.com/magic/magazin...gcom/daily/mr5
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