Summary: Expensive Biolith Rare creature.

Race – Weapon
Affiliation – Biolith Castle


– While on biolith field, use attack pattern b (Magic Attack all enemy with selected race)
– While on non-biolith field, add 1 to summoning cost of all enemy creatures with the same element as the field the Centipede is on.

(A) a. N&E&W b. Magic all Race (C) None (B) S

Comment: Summoning cost increase ability was quite useful in the Set.2.  Since this creature allows you to control the target, perhaps this ability might be useful.  But again 6 mana seems a bit to expensive.




5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Triforce on October 9, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    This card is awesome! i dont think its too expensive, because it can do 3 to 9 damage if you place it on a field adjacant to the middle field. in this case it has always the summoning cost increase ability. 6 life isnt bad either…


  2. Posted by Motions on October 9, 2008 at 11:59 pm

    i don’t think it’s expensive. you would only cast this card if you could atleast hit 2 creatures. that’s 6 damage (9 in very rare situations) so that equals dragoon for only 1 more mana but you have +1 sc for enemy aswell. very nice.


  3. Posted by Fongy on October 10, 2008 at 3:03 am

    I think this with ascension is a winner, it will really restrict other players’ summoning ability, especially heavy element / race dependent decks… Again, use this with a blimp and yaksha disguise and you have an awesome combo…
    Love the design too!
    The only problem with this card is there are too many good biolith cards to choose from and this makes the decision harder!


  4. Posted by Paydak on October 10, 2008 at 5:31 pm

    Very expensive, but this is better than some of the other anti race deck cards that have been shown. Will only be useful if the metagame switches to essentially all race decks.


  5. Posted by Fongy on October 13, 2008 at 6:59 am

    This card is a winner!
    Especially after some of the new spell cards have been revealed…
    Good with resuscitation of mourning…


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