Bless of Juno OR Seer Vizak’s Bless?

Summary: 2 More cards. Both are the Sorcery Spells.

209. Seer Vizak’s Bless (R)

Type – Sorcery
Cost – 3

Fieldquake all fields with a chosen element on its reverse side (exclude biolith). This ends turn.

Comment: Essentially, Great Tolicore based on the reverse side.

210. Bless of Juno (R)

Type – Sorcery
Cost – 3

Select an element. All fields with the selected element creatures becomes the selected element during this and your next turn. This ends your turn.

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Rufus Omega on March 25, 2008 at 9:02 pm

    If I’m reading Bless of Juno right you select an element and all fields with creatures of that element become the selected element? That might help single colour decks, but it’s not a permanent change so it’s help is limited.

    Also, neither card seems powerful enough to warrant the “this ends your turn” ruling.

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  2. Posted by Spazzfish on March 26, 2008 at 6:15 am

    I’m struggling to see the use of either of these cards. They are expensive. I guess you could use the Bless of juno then on your next turn use a blinding skies if you haven’t already managed to flip the whole board with your biolith deck already. It would cost 2 less mana in the long run, but then the board change is only temporary.

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  3. Posted by houshasen on March 26, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    I just don’t see the power of Sorcery. Ending turn upon the use of Sorcery seems just too much to ask for especially when the game’s main objective is being creature summoning. Perhaps, with library destruction decks, this may change.. but I agree with you both that these two Sorcery is yet another spells that we won’t see much of use.

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  4. Bless of Juno would only be good for those cards that have 2 seperate abilities depending on what field the card is on. Health boost wise it sux cause Healing Shower gives you 1 more HP w/ 1 less mana to cast.

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  5. Posted by Overdrive on March 26, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    These cards are ass.

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